SKU: AW3T Categories: ,

$49.00

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Overview

The Dolcetto Series of tuners are the latest orchestral instrument models in Korg’s AW series of clip-on tuners, which can be clipped directly to the bell or other part of an instrument for convenient tuning. The lineup now includes three new models: the Dolcetto (AW-3M), which features all-around support for large or small orchestral instruments, the Dolcetto-T (AW-3T), which is optimized for attachment to a trumpet or trombone and the Dolcetto-V (AW-3V), with a special clip and dedicated mode for violin and viola. Choose the model that’s suitable for your instrument.

  • Dolcetto features all-around support for large or small orchestral instruments, including a transposition function
  • Dolcetto-T is optimized for use with the trumpet and trombone
  • The high precision and sensitivity that you expect from Korg
  • New type of display providing superb visibility that’s both bright and readable from any angle
  • High durability that stands up to impact and aging
  • Easy-to-understand operation, with buttons placed on the front
  • Calibration function that supports all concert pitches
  • The Auto Power-off function saves the battery even if you forget to turn off the unit.
  • Memory backup function

Spec

Tuner

  • Scale: 12-note equal temperament
  • Range (sine wave): Chromatic: A0 (27.50 Hz) – C8 (4,186 Hz)
  • Precision: +/-1 cent
  • Reference pitch: A4 = 410 – 480 Hz (1 Hz steps)
  • Transpose range: C, F, B-flat, E-flat

Metronome

  • Tempo range: A quarter note = 30 – 252 per a minute
  • Tempo accuracy: ±0.1%
  • Beat range: 0 – 5 beats, duplet, triplet
  • Dimensions: 56 (W) x 42 (D) x 34 (H) mm
  • Weight: 30 g (including battery)
  • Battery life
    Tuner: Approximately 8 hours (tuner continuously operating, A4 input)
    Metronome: Approximately 8 hours (Metronome continuously operating, Tempo = 120, 4 beats, Sound)

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