CHROMATIC TUNER SAT500
PARTS OF YOUR TUNER AND THEIR OPERATION
Before use, install the batteries included with the tuner, following the instructions in
Note: The batteries included with the tuner are monitor batteries, and the battery life may be shorter than
the specified period.
With each press, the tuner is turned on and off alternately.
Auto power-off function
If no button operation is made or no sound is input into the tuner for approximately
20 minutes while the tuner is turned on, it will be turned off automatically to save the
Use the button to select the item of tuner setting. With each press, the setting item is
selected in order.
Reference pitch setting
* For details, see "TUNER SETTING".
Use the buttons to change the settings of the item selected by pressing the selector
. The two buttons change the setting of the selected item in the opposite
order. For details, see "TUNER SETTING".
Liquid crystal display
Setting item indication
The pointer "
" indicates the item currently selected.
It shows the difference in pitch between the note indicated on the display and that
given by the instrument.
Tuning mode indication
The tuning mode currently selected is shown.
Cent/reference pitch indication
The difference in pitch between the note indicated on the display and the one given
by the instrument is shown numerically. While the pitch setting is made, the
current reference pitch is shown.
AUTO mode: The tuner automatically identifies and indicates the note given by
MANUAL and SOUND modes: The note you have set is indicated.
The current key setting is shown.
As a guide in tuning, it visually shows the difference in pitch between the note indicated
on the display and the one given by the instrument by means of the LED lights.
• When the pitch of the input note is lower than that of the indicated note, the " " LED
• When the pitch of the input note is higher than that of the indicated note, the "
LED lights up.
• When the instrument is in tune, the LED at the center lights up in green.
To set the tuning mode.
To set the frequency of the reference
To set the note you wish to tune.
To transpose the key.