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Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300
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  • To start and again ...

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 01/03/14 à 03:15
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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......
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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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  • Useful but should not be pressed

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 07/11/13 à 13:58
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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......
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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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  • Practice but I was let go after 6 months

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 05/19/12 à 08:40
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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......
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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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  • Simple and practical

    Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 05/18/12 à 04:23
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    I read a lot of negative opinions on this tuner.

    It is true that the battery compartment is not practical (I do not care it is on AC power. Yes it does not display the notes instantly for a bass guitar (I use with a bass) so what? The time is not 60 seconds either and I do not contest in the category of the type that matches the fastest in the world.

    However what 's really remarkable is that it does its job tuner and a lot sooner.

    In fact that's all I ask.
  • Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 04/08/12 à 07:10
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    Behringer pedal, so plastic and not very solid, but does its job, very practical REPET to tune silently.
  • Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 09/27/07 à 08:53
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    Well, might as well say right away that I bought this piece of plastic for very little. What makes his intrt is just the price and we pay for: achte on the cheap, you pay crap. The contraption has held a week before lcher. I'm all like crazy (well no, it's a tuning pedals) is when I changed the battery contact plate + / - I rest e in the fingers. Rsultat: I have to buy a transformer. Otherwise it is not super prcis, cheap, not ergonomic, boring death to change the battery (it is better to have two pens on oneself and patience, I'll say no more, try) .. . short, much more money to have something reliable.
  • Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 12/26/07 à 02:11
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    Well, that's all there is is simple as chromatic tuning pedals. Possibility of DIFFERENT types of tuning. I use it for good six months now and I'm pretty happy, used on a pedalboard so did a lot of scne also.
    The tuning is plutt prcis I find as I compared with 2 tuners tuning APRS portable KORG DIFFERENT and I had nothing retouching.
    But the default one is necessarily a price, the Casing plastic which will take care and be mticuleux with a. Same in regard to changing the battery, the Systm is really bad and the air of being the same for the pedals of the same size in the brand. Any fawn, do not count on using batteries, the tuner you empty in no time. I therefore used on my......
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    Well, that's all there is is simple as chromatic tuning pedals. Possibility of DIFFERENT types of tuning. I use it for good six months now and I'm pretty happy, used on a pedalboard so did a lot of scne also.
    The tuning is plutt prcis I find as I compared with 2 tuners tuning APRS portable KORG DIFFERENT and I had nothing retouching.
    But the default one is necessarily a price, the Casing plastic which will take care and be mticuleux with a. Same in regard to changing the battery, the Systm is really bad and the air of being the same for the pedals of the same size in the brand. Any fawn, do not count on using batteries, the tuner you empty in no time. I therefore used on my pedalboard with a multi-power.
    If you want a tuner of this type for a fist fig, know that it is reliable but he must take care because it is fragile.
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  • Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 03/28/08 à 17:22
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    While this tuner is certainly not a lifetime investment, but for a non-business use is good enough.
    Side flaws: sometimes gets upset by the harmonic resonances, the latency may seem quite long (~ 1 / 2 to 1s) on the low E (I advise against a bass).
    If you do not jump on it studded with rangers and if you do not have € 90 on hand (for a DT-10 or TU-2) it can be done without problem. The plastic housing does not bother me, I take care of my stuff in general.
  • Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 05/25/09 à 08:50
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    Ok good do not spit all the time Berhinger is a PDAL 30 euros, and its price makes it good job trs.

    Level precision tuning,
    ba she is very well, with two display modes of LED: percent (the LEDs light up one time) and stream (the LEDs light up "cascade" from the green in the middle)

    7 tuning modes: standard and with a guitar and two flats, standard bass (5 string) and then with one or two flat, and finally color.

    Quality / default
    - An indication of a note "saying" is limited to a point and is not visible trs

    - It's true that battery replacement is boring, IDAL is to have a mini jack on hand (it works well with trs) and drinks like pedals on the battery quickly not change......
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    Ok good do not spit all the time Berhinger is a PDAL 30 euros, and its price makes it good job trs.

    Level precision tuning,
    ba she is very well, with two display modes of LED: percent (the LEDs light up one time) and stream (the LEDs light up "cascade" from the green in the middle)

    7 tuning modes: standard and with a guitar and two flats, standard bass (5 string) and then with one or two flat, and finally color.

    Quality / default
    - An indication of a note "saying" is limited to a point and is not visible trs

    - It's true that battery replacement is boring, IDAL is to have a mini jack on hand (it works well with trs) and drinks like pedals on the battery quickly not change every year ...

    - Color mode notes are recognized serious with a good second latency, but using the harmonics that fixes the problem ...

    + Not much for a quality more than correct

    + Bypass that does not color the sound at all, and choice of two exits, one that cuts the signal tuning mode, which lets a

    + Good visibility of the LED

    + Solid as correct given that the purpose of a tuning pedals is made to match, and not jump in Newrock in the heat of the moment during a song.

    and finally,
    - The genre snob "Berhinger is shit, just a bad copy of the boss" will forcment not satisfied, but I used in concert for several months, and I quickly connected trs thanks it so good sailing ... and I'm not an "anti-boss" I possde, but an "anti-cons berhiger"
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  • Behringer Chromatic Tuner TU300Publié le 06/08/09 à 11:59
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    -15 Concerts, she just let me go. A 4-hour concert is 60 hours of use.
    "I like it much except the price: It is much slower than the PT-100 Fender (I do not even speak the BOSS TU-2, the switch is anything but straightforward, the case playshool ...
    "I have a BOSS TU-2 (Excellent) and a Fender PT-100 (Trs correct), I bought it because I played with 3 guitars and it was starting to do much for tuning.
    -The ratio Q / P is not good.
    -I do not have that choice probably would do, I do not waste my time, I wait a deusime fender.
    Voila, I knew the reputation of the brand but, not even gonna dpanner.
    Otherwise sometimes I'm a guy positif.Dudu. ...
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    -15 Concerts, she just let me go. A 4-hour concert is 60 hours of use.
    "I like it much except the price: It is much slower than the PT-100 Fender (I do not even speak the BOSS TU-2, the switch is anything but straightforward, the case playshool ...
    "I have a BOSS TU-2 (Excellent) and a Fender PT-100 (Trs correct), I bought it because I played with 3 guitars and it was starting to do much for tuning.
    -The ratio Q / P is not good.
    -I do not have that choice probably would do, I do not waste my time, I wait a deusime fender.
    Voila, I knew the reputation of the brand but, not even gonna dpanner.
    Otherwise sometimes I'm a guy positif.Dudu.
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