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All user reviews for the Korg DTR-2

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
 2 reviews67 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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Dark_chameau's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A "must-have""

Korg DTR-2
I have several tuners and I was looking for this one for a little 10 years ...
The previous opinions are explicit except that everybody says use the front entrance for its practicality not to mention the ensuing ...
So, like all his cronies dtr 2000 pitchblack, lag etc, entries are not "buffered" which emits a constant hiss in use before anything.
I am surprised that not many people have noted, however, that this detail seems crucial.
His only use for drinking a guitar / bass rack will be "dead end" So, receiving the signal from somewhere in the following chain, and there attention to accuracy if the login after a multi-effects for reasons that include well (chorus, flanger, reverb or delay to the death are all obstacles to understanding the signal received by the tuner). Finally the circuit "audio" the gadget is not quite a. So unless you connect a DI before the whistle will be part of your sound and loss of momentum generated will be an obstacle to the sound.
Out of it, this is an excellent tuner, precise and sober, which is not the case for her little brother who is dtr2000 a fucking tree, its only advantage is to set out the notes played, the opportunities "dropped tunes" being unnecessary, in my opinion.

jmabate's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Tuner 19 ""

Korg DTR-2
I use this rack since 2001, I have no worries for tuning!
1 TRS jack to plug his guitar
1 mute input TRS to connect a footswitch on / off
1 mute button
One button calibration for special tunings
1 input / output TRS for wiring in series in your effects chain
1 mute input TRS to connect a footswitch on / off

easy to use ... we plug, we agree it is part and hop ...
precise enough ... I must say that I could not try a lot of tuners and none allowed me to say what was the best!

I use the rack, pre-wired for output loop of my preamp out of my effect chain.
I have a wiring effect rack that allows me to give me choosing a patch in "mute" ... so silent tuning and dial the "Cylon" or "K2000" large gives some comfort during tuning on small and big stage.

rack size advantage is that once installed, you do not touch anything ... it does not work on him etc ...

excellent value for money in time, since it is no longer manufactured!
Korg also has the DTR-1, DTR-1000 and DTR-2000 offers more options, but for a tuner, are super flux, unless you really need ...

so if he lets me, I will try to take the same or one of those Korg brothers!

francklechti's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Practice if we have space in the rack"

Korg DTR-2
Installed in the rack for only one year.
Specific use easy to understand (see other review)
Tuning is easy to visaliser, while not being too Christmas tree.
The entry facade and rear façade output allows you to pass the guitar signal to the rest of the rack so clean while conenctant front.
Note that there is also an input on the rear panel, if this module is not the first to receive the signal, it is very convenient.
Interesting to me: jack rear façade, to mute the output of the DTR, it is connected to the control module Midi and just dedicate a program for tuning that can be done silently.
Fell 2 times, no damage.
50th OCCAZ paid, we will not refuse!