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Thomann CTM-700

3020

Metronome and Chromatic Tuner

  • Suitable for guitar, bass, ukulele and violin
  • Transpose function for C, F, Bb and Eb instruments
  • Voices via jack input (signal loop through), clip pickup or built-in microphone
  • Meter Mode (Auto) or Sound Out Mode (Manual)
  • Tuning range: 430 - 450 Hz
  • Tuning accuracy: +/- 0.5 percent
  • Metronome: 30 - 260 bpm
  • 6.3 mm jack input
  • Headphone output: 3.5 mm jack
  • Volume control
  • Includes clip-on pickup and batteries (2x AAA)
Adjustable time signature Yes
Tempo 30 bpm – 260 bpm
Stepless adjustable Tempo Yes
Display LCD
Headphone Output Yes
PSU Connector No
Output Signal Stereo
available since August 2009
Item number 228423
Chromatic 1
Tempo min. 30 bpm
Tempo max. 260 bpm
Integrated Microphone 1
Integrated Metronome 1
Design Desktop
Special Features Tuner, Metronome
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£8.30
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Decent metronome and tuner
neeko 30.10.2018
I use the metronome/tuner for guitar practice.

For the price the product is good, it has a lot of features and is easy to start using right away. However it has a software problem with tuner, where it would show a completely wrong tone until the battery is removed - which fixes the problem for a while.

Pros are ease of use, design and features. Really big display makes it really easy to see, and it is really bright with decent viewing angles (except from above, those aren't good). Sound output of metronome is decent and allows for practice, but is a bit quiet if you're practicing drums (need headphones + mufflers). Case is robust and looks nice. It is fairly easy to figure out without the use of manual. Tuner is full chromatic (with different modes for guitar bass etc.) and metronome has several rhythm modes. You can plug your electric guitar to tune (silently) in noisy environments.

The con is the bug with tuner showing the wrong tone - it has happened to me several times now on 3 separate units I've bought (I own 4) - hence the 'okay' for quality. Removing the battery for 10 seconds fixes the problem temporarily. The tuner response is a bit slow, but I haven't found it to be an issue.

Overall good!
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Slightly cheap feeling case, but not bad
stobbsyboy 03.01.2021
As it says on the tin, it's a tuner and metronome - tunning accuracy is excellent when compared to other tuners I own (boss, qwik tune) mic and jack input both work equally well, the clip on pickup works as intended although I would never use that for tuning.

The stand is a little difficult to unclip but can be levered with a plectrum or strong fingernail, the quality of the casing plastic isn't anything to write home about, but it's sturdy and does the job and at the end of the day it cost less than £10 and get's you in tune, what more can you ask for?

The metronome is great, isn't just a straight 4/4, you can choose a whole host of different beat divisions so practically does everything you would need it to for normal practice, probably the only thing it doesn't do is specific weird time signatures but I'm there's a workaround I haven't found yet.

In short if you need a cheap, accurate and reliable tuner which also happens to have a diverse and handy metronome and you're making a thomann order anyway - throw this in your cart and you won't be disappointed.
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Great value and accurate - one stupid flaw
JakGVT 27.09.2021
I can´t complain about the value as it´s very accurate and I used it for intonation several times now with good results. It´s practical that you can use the built in mic, the clip or plug the instrument in directly.

My biggest issue with it is that there´s no indication on the display if someone has pressed the M/T button and shifted the chromatic tuning to a different key, so you can´t tell if it´s in a "strange" mode I don´t see any use of in the first place. I sent my 10-year old to guitar class with a guitar tuned to D because of that and I also saw another review claiming there is a bug making it show the wrong notes until you remove the battery.
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Recommend this to everyone
JustinasK 07.12.2017
This is better than I've expected. Has tons of options for this price range. You can change between guitar, ukulele, bass and other instruments when using this as a tuner. When switching to metronome there are options for quarter notes, eights, sixteens, triples and many more. Gives a good sound and has a fast tuner response. The LCD monitor is very bright, shines blue with white numbers and letters. I've bought this mostly for learning a double bass: tuning and keeping a steady tempo. Together with the tuner I got a micro microphone with an extension cord. You can mount it on a double bass bridge and get the best accuracy.

Build quality is ok, this thing is made of plastic, so there are some minor details here and there. Buttons feel right and everything is very easy to use. One thing I especially like is a metal support leg on the back. It feels very stable.

Recommend this to anyone. Either you play electric or use it for an acoustic instrument.
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