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Korg WR-01S Wi-Tune - Wireless Tuner

B&H # KOWTWR01S Mfr # WR01S WITUNE SAX
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Product Highlights
  • Strap Mount for Brass Instruments
  • Transmitter and Tuner
  • Large Backlit LCD
  • Internal Microphone for Non-Wireless Use
  • Sound Out Mode

The WR-01S Wi-Tune from Korg is a wireless tuning system allowing you to tune a saxophone, clarinet, etc., in any situation, unobtrusively, accurately and easily. The wireless tuning systems come as a set, consisting of a transmitter that attaches to your instrument, and a main tuner unit that receives the wireless signal. This setup allows a great degree of freedom, letting the musician watch the tuning meter at a natural angle of sight without being tethered to the tuner by a cable.

Large, backlit LCD offers excellent visibility with pitch variance and note name shown in the large liquid crystal display for excellent visibility. Built-in backlighting assures tuning with confidence, even on a dark stage, or at a distance. The wireless status and the remaining battery amount are also clearly indicated by icons, providing this important information at a glance.

The main tuner body has a built-in microphone that allows you to tune your instrument without using the transmitter. The tuner also provides a Sound Out mode that produces an audible reference tone from the internal speaker, which you can use for tuning by ear, or for ear-training practice.

Inaccuracies of the harmonies in a triad are particularly easy to notice when played by an ensemble such as a brass band or orchestra. By slightly adjusting the pitch of a major or minor third relative to the equal-tempered interval, a pleasing pure third can be obtained. The meter scale of the Wi-Tune includes markings to indicate pure major and minor thirds relative to a specified pitch.

Wireless tuning with no cable required - the transmitter straps onto your instrument and sends the signal wirelessly to the tuner
The large backlit LCD offers excellent visibility and assures tuning with confidence, even on a dark stage, or at a distance
The newly designed meter follows even slight changes in the sound and provides a large note name display
Signal range extends to five meters allowing the tuner unit to be placed on a music stand or other convenient location
The integrated cover/stand allows the tuner to be placed on a table, or on the floor to accommodate any situation
Internal microphone allows tuning using the main unit alone
Sound Out mode produces a reference tone from the internal speaker for tuning by ear
Markings indicate pure major third and minor third intervals relative to a specified pitch for exceptional ensemble harmonies
The wireless signal sent from the transmitter is coded to an ID on the tuner unit, ensuring that you can tune reliably without interference
Designed to provide environmentally-friendly extended battery life
Temperament Equal
Measurement Range A0 (27.5Hz) to C8 (4186.01Hz)
Reference Pitch C4 (261.63Hz) to C5 (523.25Hz)
Pitch Calibration Range A4 = 410Hz to 480Hz (1Hz steps)
Precision Within +/-1 cent
Sound Precision Within +/-1.5 cents
Speaker 23mm
Wireless Frequency 2.4GHz
Power Requirements Tuner: 2 x AA batteries (alkaline recommended)
Transmitter: CR2032 battery
Korg WR-01S Wi-Tune - Wireless Tuner
  • Strap-On Transmitter
  • Tuner
  • One (1) Year Warranty
  • Batteries & Power

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