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Korg DTR-2000 Rack-mount Digital Tuner


DTR-2000 Features:

  • Seven-semitone flat tuning mode supports dropped tunings up to 7 semitones (a worldwide first)
  • Adjustable calibration of 438-445 Hz. (Select either manual or auto)
  • Reference pitches can be output from the Sound jack (C2 – C6).
  • Two sets of inputs.

Precision Professional Rackmount Tuner!

The DTR2000 is a must-have item for professional musicians, packed with essential features for pro guitar performance. For live performance, this tuner features enhanced distance visibility: A moving LED tuning indicator that increases in brightness as the correct pitch is approached and a large note display. The DTR2000 has additional audio functions, including a Sound Out mode, which allows tuning against an audible reference pitch between C2 and C6. The pitch can be output from an amp, so that all band members can tune to the same reference. Multiple input jacks on the front and rear panels allow two instruments to be connected, and a built-in front-panel microphone permits the tuning of acoustic instruments. This is a professional single rack tuner that fit’s in with the rest of your professional rig.

  • Chromatic, guitar (6-string, 7-string)/bass, and open modes.
  • Five types of open tuning.
  • Three types of display: cents, hertz, or strobe.
  • Seven-semitone flat tuning mode supports dropped tunings up to 7 semitones (a worldwide first)
  • Adjustable calibration of 438-445 Hz. (Select either manual or auto)
  • Reference pitches can be output from the Sound jack (C2 – C6).
  • Two sets of inputs.
  • Built in mic supports acoustic guitar tuning.
  • Illumination function that lights up rack-mounted equipment below.
  • Dimensions: 18.94(W) x 4.45(D) x 1.81(H) in.
  • Weight: 3.09 lbs.

Tech Specs

  • Manufacturer Part Number:DTR2000

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