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Cat: 675886 Rel: 15 Mar 18
 
Portable, pocket-sized, high-precision chromatic tuner
Notes: The CA-50 features high-precision tuning functionality and a slim and compact design. The new CA-50's display is now, even easier to read. Long considered the standard in chromatic tuners, the CA-50 offers simple and intuitive operation and a satisfying tuning experience for every instrumentalist.

The LCD screen of the CA-50 shows a needle-type meter to quickly and accurately show the pitch, and provides a note name indication in the middle of the display. The note name indication is now larger and even easier to read. This ensures simple and smooth operation even for beginners.

The CA-50 features a detection range of A0 (27.50 Hz) to C8 (4186.01 Hz). For wind instruments from piccolo to tuba, or string instruments from violin to contrabass, you can tune band or orchestral instruments of any pitch range. A high-sensitivity mic is built in, allowing the note name to be detected accurately even without a contact mic. By using the separately sold CM-200 contact mic, you can tune with confidence that nearby sounds will not affect the result.

The calibration function supports a variety of concert pitches. It can be adjusted in 1 Hz units in the range 410-480 Hz, allowing flexible tuning that matches the song or key.

The meter scale of the CA-50 provides marks that indicate pure major and minor third intervals. By tuning to these marks you can play beautiful harmonies when you're in an ensemble. This is convenient not only in a brass band or orchestra, but also for vocal or a cappella practice.

The "Sound Out" mode lets you listen to a reference tone emitted by the internal speaker, allowing you to tune by ear. A reference tone in the range of C4 (261.63 Hz) to C5 (523.25 Hz) can be output. You can check the pitch using both eye and ear, allowing you to tune more accurately, and also providing an ideal method of training your sense of pitch.

The CA-50 can be used for approximately 135 hours (when using zinc-carbon batteries). When the remaining battery capacity runs low, the display shows an indicator, letting you know that it's time to replace the batteries.

A new mechanism reduces the possibility that the unit will overturn, making it less likely that the tuner will slide off and fall when placed on a music stand. You'll be able to concentrate on your playing without fearing that the tuner might fall during the performance.

The memory backup function remembers the calibration and sound out mode settings even when the power is turned off. (Settings are initialized when you replace the batteries.) The auto power off function automatically turns off the power when 20 minutes have passed without sound being input.

The folding stand allows the tuner unit to be more stable on its own. The sliding battery cover is designed as a single piece with the unit itself, so there's no worry that the cover might be lost when replacing the batteries.
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Cat: 703182 Rel: 13 Dec 18
 
Electronic metronome with improved display, loud, crisp sound, and additional functions
Notes: The MA-1, a compact card-type electronic metronome, has been further improved. The MA-2 is an indispensable unit for rhythm training, and solidly covers the functions of a metronome. In addition to basic functionality such a wide tempo range and a generous number of beats and rhythm patterns, it also provides user-friendly features including an improved display, a loud, crisp sound, and additional functions such as a newly provided "timer mode."

Larger and more easily readable display:

The MA-2's display is 30% larger than that of the previous model, drastically improving the visibility. Within the display, a digital needle moves between left and right, providing a visual indication of the beat in additional to the audible indication. A triangular icon shows the beat position and the timing at which the measure changes.

Enhanced volume and crisp sound for easier detection:

The MA-2 is equipped with a newly designed electronic buzzer. It's more powerful, providing easily audible sound that won't be buried by high-volume instruments or high frequencies.

Covers all the needs of rhythm training:

You can choose from three different methods of setting the tempo: pendulum step lets you specify a numeric value just as on a mechanical metronome, full step lets you specify the tempo in one-step increments, and tap tempo lets you specify the tempo by pressing a button in time with the song you're playing. You can also combine a time signature of between 0-9 beats with eight types of rhythm, supporting many types of musical practicing.

Equipped with "timer mode" and "sound out mode" for daily practicing:

The MA-2 provides basic metronome function, but also includes a "timer mode" and a "sound out mode" that are useful for daily practicing. Use the MODE button to switch between these at a touch.

All-new body design & improved functionality:

The folding stand lets the metronome stand on its own in an easily visible location. The sliding battery cover is designed as one piece with the main unit, so there's no danger of the cover being lost when you replace the batteries.

Up to 400 hours of continuous use:

When using alkaline batteries, the unit provides approximately 400 hours of continuous operation. As the remaining battery power runs low, a battery indicator appears in the display, making it clear when the batteries need to be replaced. Even for extended practicing sessions, you can concentrate on your performance without worrying about battery life.
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