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All user reviews for the Korg TM40

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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 9 reviews )
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pulvonium's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good but could be improved"

Korg TM40
Tuner and metronome.
Each function is effective.
Two small areas for improvement in my opinion:

The jack is right and the buttons of the tuner are ... left! I'm wrong again on two.

The device does not slip feet. You put on your amp, you plug your jack to give you, and pulled by the weight of the jack, it breaks the g ...

ebrian's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
Briefly: tuner working well, mine is pretty accurate. I use it with a sensor which is very convenient especially with regard to acoustic guitars to give the bruit.Le metronome is also very practical with his choice of rhythms and tap.

mskjeux's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
Hello, I would like to acquire the model but I hesitate Korg TM40 Korg GA40 also with the fact that qu'accordeur.
Wishing to have a tuner and a metronome, the TM40 is it the ideal product or worth your GA40 and another for metronome?
Thank you

marc05400's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
To tune a guitar, it is correct. Its accuracy is good using the input jack for an acoustic guitar he is doing not too bad ... The pitch is adjustable which is essential when playing in groups with a non-adjustable type accordion ...
The metronome function is pretty useless as soon as the sound is ...
Big flaw in my model: the display is almost out of order, it has about 3 years!
Quality / price ratio still nice for an extra tuner ...

Tchix's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
I bought this after-noon, after reading other user reviews!

And frankly I am not disappointed!
This is a notice so hot!

I was using before the tuner in my POCKET POD ... accuracy was really poor.

It is very intuitive, and no need to book.

His response is very good compared to all the tuner that I could try.

I am delighted!

Good buy and cheap!

snoot58's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
I use it for six months, every day. I appreciate the versatility (use with all electric and acoustic instruments), its sensitivity and accuracy. Its visible diodes can easily check its agreement even placed several meters away from the tuner. It does not consume too much battery either ... The only (small fault) on the steps of the metronome, which are slightly larger by default. We must therefore look (a few seconds) the doc to see how to access a finer pitch (without a figure on the machine allows the process to guess). In short, it borders on flawless!
After testing the machine on all sorts of instruments (guitars, bass, basses, violins, piano), I could see that the no fault of the tuner (which will not even give an indication of the extreme octaves piano, physically false and tunable only by ear ... In a mixture of sounds, the tonic is well recognized (it is deducted with the third and fifth pure). I had to reference that old models larger and more specialized. None could hold a candle to this little machine.
The price / quality ratio is excellent. In fact, I immediately bought a second copy just to be always and everywhere!

keltic29's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
I come from the TM40 acqurir there just a few days. It replaces my old Ibanez tuner DAT6 beginning to show signs of weakness APRS trs of many years of loyal service: it often dsormais patting her back for the good he wants get under way, so it liminatoire.
This looks TM40 trs Full: tuner function, and function mtronome.
I find here in this tuner features I liked on my Korg WT12 I do not go out of my house because it is larger than the Ibanez TM40 and especially that which is very small. The 12 notes of the scale out by the HP internal and there is agreement and "ear", you can also use the built-in microphone so that the tuner analyzes the sound sent to it and tell us if c is good or not, but it is better if possible, use the jack between, so background noise does not disturb the tuning of the sound. One aspect that I find well liked here is the possibility to agree with instruments that are not forcment to 440 Hz because they "move" often, in the case of some traditional instruments. We are asking the musician that must accompany a given note, the TM40 analysis and said if it too high or vice versa. If the "La" is 445 Hz for example, the needle of the display of the cot looks right, it is sufficient to calibrate the new "The" by pressing the "calib" device to bring the needle in a central vertical. To tune our instrument, then we branch on the TM40, and when the needle is vertical and the LED is green, is that we agree with the guy that can accompany even then that it is at 445 Hz
Other internal function: the mtronome. It is comprehensive, easy to use. Here I also found AIM as a function possde one of my keyboards: the Tap. To find the tempo of a song, simply type the button in rhythm adquate metro and sets the pace: very practical.
So in conclusion: trs good little machine (small: it is based on its size).

It has a more SETTING THE volume and a headphone mini-jack format.
What she did not:
- No possibility of connecting AC power adapter thanks: it is not prvu, and it is not Gnant.
- No output jack to bring out the signal. And perhaps fortunately. In fact, I think that because of the lgret of this device, each movement of cable connected continuously on the tuner, it would fall down, and hello DGAT.

Battery life: not enough back so far to give an opinion. Stipulated in the user manual that the 2 batteries supplied with the unit costs are low and are mainly used to see if the unit working properly. Well, it is these cells that are still in the machine, and we'll see until when.

strobo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
A tuner / Mtronome it is to agree and mtronomer.

NB: it covers the whole gamut, not like some that are not limited to the notes of the guitar.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Korg TM40
Okay, metronome and tuner, volume control, access to the functions simple and fast, high sensitivity to match.