Only at Sweetwater! ✅ 0% Financing, ✅ FREE Shipping, and ✅ FREE Warranty for your Behringer Racktuner BTR!. User Manual. RACKTUNER BTR Ultra-Flexible, Auto-Chromatic 2-Channel Tuner with. Metronome and Integrated Racklight. RACKTUNER BTR A multi-functional, auto-chromatic digital tuner with a standard ¼ ” TS input for electronic instruments and a built-in mic for acoustic.

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I gig no less than 12 times a month and this product has been right on it each time Seriously, save your money! If this is true if the Hz capped atand no, it is not a problem of user setting. Their lower end products accurately find the market hole and fill them in; whether it be a multi-use tuner for the rack or a 4 channel phantom powered mixer for an acoustic singer, it seems as though Behringer is a good company for that.

I bought this gadget because it allows me to verification of a simple phone if I am given, to enlighten my box and use the metronome.

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Its internal driven rack is solid and much thought was put into the function of this for the working musician. A band that tunes at a different note than concert A will find this unit helpful as it will memorize the setting of their detuned note and consider it ‘A’ when they tune, allowing for a quick job. In the studio it’s ideal for any instrument. There are probably other better, but for the price I use it for 2 years.


By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. I therefore serves to illuminate the rack, in any case up to that the remaining two bulbs fart too.

Most other models, while of similar or better quality, can’t seem to match price with functionability as Behringer does. This review was behribger published on http: I would hesitate perhaps with a CT Polytune for my guitar, even if it is different because it’s a pedal. This isn’t the care with this tuner, though.

J likes value for money and small loupiotte to illuminate the rack.

With Berhinger, s should not expect miracles, and yet And while walking niquel, with very little latency! There is also lines in and out for foot 200, making this an option when playing live.

In practice and for my copy of the tuner does not work at all. I may keep the housing and the guts to side projects, but I’m afraid that all components are vermin.

Write a user review. I bought this tuner rack there about 2 weeks Excelent value! But if it s done in the trouble, open the manual and you use potassium!

Bref to be seen as a gimmick interesting and useful little s’averrer. In conclusion, it is a light rack luxury because in addition, she metronome and can eventually help give its instrument.

htr Did you find this review helpful? I have been a bassist for over 22 yrs. Buy on a website used equipment, specifications were enticing.

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Indeed, there are a few cold delay in announcement of the correctness of the note. It lights up clearly and easily to be seen in the dark of a club. Provided by the person who sold me my amp, so used. Two years that I use. I tried Boss pedals, I have a tuner on my pod xt live, and being a violinist I know to give me the ear to give me a little “the”. I completely, fullheartedly recommend this product to any bassist needing an awesome tuning component. It also has a very nice lighting feature that lights up my whole rig and that makes it very easy to see during a gig It should be mentioned however that Behringer gear, on the low-end, can be a little fragile, however once this is racked it shouldn’t be removed too often so it will stay safe, it’s just that some of their gear has some kind of hard plastic stuff they use and it can easily take on scrapes, mars and even in some cases, knobs are usually found to be falling off or breaking.

With my active bass note detection is random with a very long latency, with passive bass and guitar, no detection I read and reread the manual f. It is also a metronome, which is helpful in rehearsal or even performance situations.

This rack unit should provide years of reliable use, taken care of.