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News Korg PC-1 Pitch Clip

Pitchclip is a chromatic clip-on tuner for guitar.

 

The Pitchclip is designed to be clipped to your headstock. As you play a string, the built-in piezo sensor will sense the instrument’s vibrations and indicate the pitch in the meter.

 

The battery compartment has been integrated into the clip itself. The meter display uses a design with no protrusions.

 

Accuracy is ±1 cent, and detection range covers from A0 to C8. The Pitchclip’s LED display is adjustable through 120 degrees. The display reverse function reverses the meter display, switching top and bottom. This is designed to prevent the player from having to view the display information upside down; regardless of whether the tuner is attached to the front or the rear of the headstock.

 

When powering on, you can hold down the power switch for an extended time to reverse the display.

 

By relocating the battery compartment to the clip section, the meter display section has been made lighter and slimmer, lowering the overall center of gravity, according to Korg.

 

The lithium coin battery (CR2032) provides a declared 17 hours of operation. The Auto Power-Off function automatically turns the Pitchclip off when no sound has been detected for approximately ten minutes.

 

Pitchclip specifications

  • Scale: 12-note equal temperament
  • Range (sine wave): AO (27.50Hz) – C8 (4186Hz)
  • Precision: +/-1 cent
  • Power: CR2032 lithium battery (3V)
  • Battery life: approximately 17 hours (A4 input)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 52 × 24 × 34 mm/2.05" × 0.94" × 1.34""
  • Weight: 18 g/0.63 oz. (including battery)
  • Included items: CR2032 lithium battery (3V) for checking operation

 

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