KORG KDM-2 Digital Metronome

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Best metronome for a band out there

by Brian Z on 4/29/2009

This is the best product available for a band because of the light that blinks onthe beat. We have an electronic band that occasionally needs to work on maintainig timing. I wish the light were bigger sometimes, but it is the only metronome that has a visible light currently. THe seller shipped the item quickly and sold it for a good price. Read More

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Product Overview

Included - Owners Manual, Four AAA alkaline batteries for verifying operation : Korg's original, cylindrical resonator speaker provides powerful sound, now with even more volume and improved tone : An LED provides visual confirmation of the tempo, a convenient feature for practicing with the metronome muted : Newly added beat variations range from basic to sophisticated rhythms like son clave and rumba clave : 19 beat patterns cover your practicing needs in numerous musical styles : An audible Reference tone in a range of C4-B4 is available, allowing you to tune your instrument : An encoder-type TEMPO/CALIB dial and switch provide direct access to the desired setting or function : Long battery life, with approximately 120 hours of continuous use : Tempo Range - Quarter note 30 to 252 bpm PENDULUM step, 30 to 250 bpm FULL step beats/minute : Tempo Setting - PENDULUM step/FULL step : Beat Range - 0 to 9 beats, duplets, triplets, triplet with inner beat omitted, quadruplets, quadruplets with inner beats omitted, son clave (2-3) (3-2), rumba clave (2-3) (3-2) : Reference Pitches - 12 reference pitches (C4 to B4); C4 (261.63 Hz) to B4 (493.88 Hz), 1 octave : Calibration Range - A4=410 Hz to 480 Hz (unit - 1 Hz) : Reference Pitch Precision - Within 1 cent : Connector - 3.5mm phone mini-jack : Power Supply - Four AAA alkaline batteries (6 V) : Battery Life - Approx. 120 hours (120 tempo, 4 beats, PULSE, maximum volume, using standard alkaline batteries) : Dimensions - Width 4.17 x Depth 1.91 x Height 4.19 (106.0x48.5x106.5mm) : Weight - 7.41 ounces / 210 grams including battery

Specifications

Manufacturer Korg
Mfg Part# KDM-2
SKU 210401935
UPC 603384033611
UPC 14 00603384033611
Features
19 beat patterns cover your practicing needs in numerous musical styles
An audible Reference tone in a range of C4-B4 is available, allowing you to tune your instrument
An encoder-type TEMPO/CALIB dial and switch provide direct access to the desired setting or function
An LED provides visual confirmation of the tempo, a convenient feature for practicing with the metronome muted
Battery Life - Approx. 120 hours (120 tempo, 4 beats, PULSE, maximum volume, using standard alkaline batteries)
Beat Range - 0 to 9 beats, duplets, triplets, triplet with inner beat omitted, quadruplets, quadruplets with inner beats omitted, son clave (2-3) (3-2), rumba clave (2-3) (3-2)
Calibration Range - A4=410 Hz to 480 Hz (unit - 1 Hz)
Connector - 3.5mm phone mini-jack
Dimensions - Width 4.17 x Depth 1.91 x Height 4.19 (106.0x48.5x106.5mm)
Korg's original, cylindrical resonator speaker provides powerful sound, now with even more volume and improved tone
Long battery life, with approximately 120 hours of continuous use
Newly added beat variations range from basic to sophisticated rhythms like son clave and rumba clave
Power Supply - Four AAA alkaline batteries (6 V)
Reference Pitch Precision - Within 1 cent
Reference Pitches - 12 reference pitches (C4 to B4); C4 (261.63 Hz) to B4 (493.88 Hz), 1 octave
Tempo Range - Quarter note 30 to 252 bpm PENDULUM step, 30 to 250 bpm FULL step beats/minute
Tempo Setting - PENDULUM step/FULL step
Weight - 7.41 ounces / 210 grams including battery
Included - Owners Manual, Four AAA alkaline batteries for verifying operation
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