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Tama RW200 Rhythm Watch

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Metronome

  • Display with switchable backlighting
  • 30 Pre-programmable tempo settings
  • 9 Different clock settings
  • Program selection and start/stop function via footswitch (not included, matching footswitch Boss FS-6 available under article number

    173531

    )
  • Can be mounted on cymbal stand or percussion rod (holder not included)
  • 1/4-1/8-1/16 triplets individually adjustable
  • Tempo adjustable from 30-250 BPM
  • Tap function
  • Input for mains adapter
  • Stereo outputs for headphones
  • Input for footswitch
  • Two audio outputs for headphones and line-out (mini jack + jack - cannot be used simultaneously)
  • Includes battery (9 V block) and case
Adjustable time signature Yes
Tempo 30 bpm–250 bpm
Stepless adjustable Tempo Yes
Display LCD, LED
Headphone Output Yes
PSU Connector Yes
Output Signal Stereo
available since February 2015
Item number 357581
£69
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Great Product - Here's some tips
Geoff Curtis 19.05.2021
I've had one of these for a year as a drummer and used it in live situations many times.
1.You really need the related Tama holder as well, so get the package if available. A small piece of thin rubber material between the holder and the Rhythm Watch will clamp it solidly. It's easily fixed to any convenient 10mm rod.
2. The battery will of course give up when you haven't got a spare, so get the 9volt DC adapter. This has to be CENTRE NEGATIVE which is not usual, but your friendly guitarist may have a spare. When this is plugged into the Rhythm Watch it bypasses the battery which remains on full charge.
3. If you now tape down the tempo tapping counter to permanently "On" it keeps the backlight on permanently, instead of going out after 10secs. This is great for on stage use.
4. The mode selector at STAGE is useful. Listen to the tempo then join in with four (usually) stick clicks which kicks off the band. The metronome stops after eight bars and if that is too long it's easy to switch off anyway.

I tried using headphones but personally find them too fiddly, but the option is there. Volume controls are loud and variable. I have programmed our stage sets into the machine easily enough, and if you need to change the numbered order or change the tempo, it can be done on the fly with the press of a button, or the large control wheel.
One feature that should have been included would be the ability to store all the variations of subdivisions into each songs memory, but that's not much of a loss.
Overall a great metronome with features that you can explore, and make good use of. A professional piece of kit that's well worth the money.
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Absolutely great
Anonymous 20.02.2017
I'm using this as a clicktrack for live performances and for practice reasons.
It's a great piece of kit, really easy to use and configure. It's trivial to set up a set list and cycle through it live, which is perfect. It's durable too - I've hit it a few times by accident and there's no sign of any ill effects.
I only use a portion of the features, but it does them really well and has solid battery life, loads of volume and mounts easily to a stand.
There's really nothing not to like.
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Great product!
Anonymous 24.03.2016
Does what it says, sturdy and great for live use. Changing the tempo is quick and easy. Very happy with the purchase.
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Gutes Live-Metronom!
Moritz442 04.05.2015
Auf der Suche nach einem zuverlässigen und gut zu bedienendem Metronom für Proben und Auftritte bin ich auf dieses Gerät gekommen.

Die Bedienung ist einfach und intuitiv, somit für den Live-Einsatz gut geeignet. Mit der passenden Halterung zwischen HiHat und Snare befestigt, kann man schnell mal ein Tempo vorhören und einzählen. Dafür ist auch der "Live-Modus" gut, der nach 8 Takten aufhört - denn mir hat die Erfahrung gezeigt, dass es vor Publikum doch schwierig ist, konsequent nach Klick zu spielen.
Mit den einzelnen Reglern für Viertel-, Achtel- und Sechzehntelnoten sowie Achteltriolen lässt sich auch gleich das richtige Feeling generieren, was gerade bei langsamen Tempi ein Segen ist! Schade nur, dass sich diese nocht abspeichern lassen, sondern nur Tempo und Taktart. Heißt umgekehrt auch, dass man z. B. die Triolen bei Programmänderung zurückdrehen muss, wenn sie beim nächsten Song unerwünscht sind. Das kann man Live natürlich nicht brauchen, ist aber den Drehreglern geschuldet. Ich frage mich, warum Tama nur 30 Programmplätze "eingebaut" hat? Ist Speicher so teuer? Für nen Gig reichts natürlich, aber man muss ggf. vor jedem Gig neu programmieren und somit trotzdem wieder nen Handzettel mitführen.

Der Line-Out Pegel kommt mir etwas mickrig vor. Direkt auf einen Kanal des Millenium "HPA IN EAR" geführt war er im Monomix kaum zu hören, wenn man auf den anderen Kanal den Bühnenmonitormix legt. Hab ihn daher nochmal über meinen Bühnenmischer gejagt und über AUX in den Kopfhörer-Verstärker.

Trotzdem ein tolles Teil, dessen Verarbeitung vielversprechend ist.
Super ist auch die TAP-Funktion zur direkten Tempoübernahme. Mit ein wenig Übung schafft man es, das Tempo im ersten Takt zu tappen und gleich im zweiten zu starten (sehr nützlich, wenn man "Bad Moon Rising" spielt und der Gitarrist frei anfängt ;-) )
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