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Intellitouch PT10c Mini Clip-On Tuner
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- Easy and Accurate Tuning using Vibration; It Ignores Background Noise
- Backlight changes from Red to Green when in Tune
- Compact - easily fits in Instrument Cases
- For Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Mandolins, Basses, Banjos, & More
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|Item Dimensions||4.7 x 6.9 x 1.1 in||1.8 x 1.8 x 3.5 in||2 x 4 x 3 in||0.07 x 1 x 1 in||2 x 2 x 2 in||4 x 6 x 4 in|
The Intellitouch PT10 "Mini" tuner pushes forward the boundaries for small, compact size while still having a large, easy-to-read backlit display. The PT10 Automatic & Chromatic tuner ignores background noise - it feels the instrument's vibration instead of using sound. It is designed to clip on electric and acoustic guitars, basses, violins, banjos, mandolins and more! The PT10 is from Onboard Research, creator of the original clip on tuner, and comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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They came on cards with plastic bubble. Included an extra battery in addition to one already installed. Both of the units that I received had the following problems: Turn it on by pressing the top button...it may come on...or not...or it may light up with a blank red screen and no matter which of the two buttons you press to how long you hold them...nothing! Open the back, take the battery out (or even substitute the spare battery) Same result. The instructions for setting the clock (who needs to know what time their tuner is messing up anyway?”) are fiddly and difficult...and of course, the next time you have to take the battery out to try to reset the unit, the clock is wrong again.
OK, so the the battery is back in, the clock is wrong, but at least the unit is responding now. Pluck a note and anything can happen...flashing from green to red and back with only a very loose correspondence o what you are doing with the tuning peg. The needle dances...sharp, no, flat, no sharp again. A flat, no E, wait! A flat again. Ooooh green...in tune! Give it a moment to settle and reset then pluck the same string...red sharp again!
Sending both units back. Sorry intellitouch. can’t send you love on this one. Please re-issue the good old PT10.
I talked to my music instructor and indeed, he corroborated my thoughts. This device was not calibrated correctly.
I tried to use it a few more times after I learned how to tune using other strings, and to my surprise, the product just stopped working.
I changed the battery, but it would display a bunch of lines.
I have to stress, that this review is for the quality of the product. I am very pleased with another product I purchased ENO ET-33.
It is always on tune and my 2 music instructors seldom ask me to retune my guitar.
Only drawback I found is that I'd like it to be more articulated. You clip it to the headstock and it will easily face any direction except you. You can face it directly toward you if it's upside down, but otherwise it's at an angle. I reversed the clip (mount is off center so it makes a difference) and mount it on the upper edge of the head, allowing the display to point up at me. But that plan might depend on your tuning keys. Either a double articulating mount or a rotating mount would be more useful. After all... what's the point of it facing the way the guitar is facing? The player's head is above the guitar. I'd ding the score by 1/2 star for this, but not a full star, so 5 stars from me.
Only unknown is how long will the 2032 watch battery last? But at $1.25 a piece (in a 10 pack) I don't expect it to be an issue.