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The portable Humidi-Beat Metronome by Korg not only provides accurate beat counting ideal for practice and song creation but also offers a built-in thermometer and hygrometer. These tools allow you to monitor the temperature and relative humidity inside your case so you can properly protect and care for your instrument.Other convenient features include a helpful beat-counting display, Beat Mode, smart memory backup and a battery-saving, auto-power off function. What's more, the tempo can be set using traditional pendulum steps, full steps or tap tempo.
Portable, full-featured metronome provides enhanced rhythm training for every instrumentalist
Built-in thermometer and humidity detector, plus convenient clock
Beat-Counting display makes it easy to practice rhythms and phrasing
Tempo can be set using traditional pendulum steps, full steps or tap tempo
Beat Mode offers from 0 to 9 beats, plus 5 patterns to practice any style of music
Convenient memory backup function recalls the users favorite settings
Battery-saving, auto-power off function
In the Box
Korg Humidi-Beat Metronome (White)
CR2032 Lithium Battery (3.0 V)
Limited 1 Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Quarter Note: 30 to 252 BPM
Pendulum Step Full Step Tap Tempo
Total 10 beats: 0 to 9 as Quarter-note Rhythm
Duplets, triplets, triplets with inner beats omitted, quadruplets and quadruplets with inner beats omitted
Loud, Soft and Mute
Celsius: 0 to 50° Fahrenheit: 32 to 122°
20 to 90% RH
Display: 24 hours Monthly Difference: Less than ±30 seconds
1 x CR2032 Lithium Battery (3.0 V)
Approximately 80 hours (With Tempo at 120, Quadruple time and Full Volume) Approximately 1 year (In case of Clock mode)