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Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300
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Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300

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Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 12/03/08 at 17:55
(Originally written by psychofanfan/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
The low E string is hardly recognized and I have to hit the string really hard in order for it to be detected by the tuner. It's a really lousy pedal!
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voxydrivevoxydrive

To start and again ...

Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 01/03/14 at 03:15
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Case all plastic but sturdy enough if you are not a bully that will not break by activating the foot but be careful at the opening of the pedal to access the battery compartment lugs, this n is not practical and if it breaks the pedal goes straight to the trash, favoring an AC adapter.
The blue LED indicates that the activation of the pedal is blinding, depending on the output level of the guitar strings and attack the note detection is more or less rapid. It's pretty accurate, but should not be pressed ...
The worst point this pedal not "true-bypass" distorts the sound a lot.
Instead, direct your purchase to a Korg tuner pedal, TC Electronic, Digitech or Boss, serte more expensive...…
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Case all plastic but sturdy enough if you are not a bully that will not break by activating the foot but be careful at the opening of the pedal to access the battery compartment lugs, this n is not practical and if it breaks the pedal goes straight to the trash, favoring an AC adapter.
The blue LED indicates that the activation of the pedal is blinding, depending on the output level of the guitar strings and attack the note detection is more or less rapid. It's pretty accurate, but should not be pressed ...
The worst point this pedal not "true-bypass" distorts the sound a lot.
Instead, direct your purchase to a Korg tuner pedal, TC Electronic, Digitech or Boss, serte more expensive but you will enjoy using and accompany you for many years.
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SlapKidSlapKid

Useful but should not be pressed

Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 07/11/13 at 13:58
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Six months I have in my service between repeat and overdrive the amp.
A priori there is no DC output (to feed another pedal like the boss) is unfortunate, but I fed another pedal on the same power supply and TU300 buzzes and rumble maousse beefy therefore dedicate it to a power supply s 'indispensable.

Advantage for me, it is not true bypass and allows long cables without worry. Bypass the sound is okay, not as good as her sister OD400 but better than the boss ds1 for example.

The tuner output is muted when agrees, and gradually comes back when you leave the tuner mode, nice.
The bypass exit leaves all the time his passing, we can use the driver for TU300 two amps.

The...…
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Six months I have in my service between repeat and overdrive the amp.
A priori there is no DC output (to feed another pedal like the boss) is unfortunate, but I fed another pedal on the same power supply and TU300 buzzes and rumble maousse beefy therefore dedicate it to a power supply s 'indispensable.

Advantage for me, it is not true bypass and allows long cables without worry. Bypass the sound is okay, not as good as her sister OD400 but better than the boss ds1 for example.

The tuner output is muted when agrees, and gradually comes back when you leave the tuner mode, nice.
The bypass exit leaves all the time his passing, we can use the driver for TU300 two amps.

The tuning is readable, accurate but rather slow and it is often necessary to take 2-3 times for the note appears. I use color in default mode, with guitars mid or take're good agreement. Not tested or low tunings (accessible via buttons on the bug).

Very useful for me, it allows me to use true bypass pedal and change guitar in silence without touching the amp.
For the price it is very correct in fact.
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Big Bad BluesBig Bad Blues

Practice but I was let go after 6 months

Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Published on 05/19/12 at 08:40
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I bought this tuner for its price and I must say I was rather satisfied with a slight latency but good for the house no problem, as stated Bidibule for the battery is too yuck but j 'used a power supply for my pedals
The catch is that I was dropped after six months and return to my provider (Germanic everyone knows!) Would have cost me half the price of the pedal so the garbage, I does not the little discouraged because I may have stumbled upon a wrong number, the more I have another pedal from Behringer works pretty well (well for the price!) I will invest in a mini PolyTune which I hope to will use more.
In conclusion it was my first pedal tuner (it's still better than a camera...…
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I bought this tuner for its price and I must say I was rather satisfied with a slight latency but good for the house no problem, as stated Bidibule for the battery is too yuck but j 'used a power supply for my pedals
The catch is that I was dropped after six months and return to my provider (Germanic everyone knows!) Would have cost me half the price of the pedal so the garbage, I does not the little discouraged because I may have stumbled upon a wrong number, the more I have another pedal from Behringer works pretty well (well for the price!) I will invest in a mini PolyTune which I hope to will use more.
In conclusion it was my first pedal tuner (it's still better than a camera with a mic that poses its gnougnou!) If no sub is just try it but if you can put a little more please
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Chromatic Tuner TU300
  • Category: Tuners/Pitch Pipes/Tuning Forks
  • Added in our database on: 01/28/2007

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