19-inch 1U rackmount tuner for guitar/bass
Large “3D” style visual meter for unprecedented visibility
Lightweight, thin, with removable; not limited to rack installation
Three meter display modes: regular, strobe, and half-strobe
Cable Checker warns of broken or shorted cables
Buffered output minimizes any change in audio quality
Mute function lets you tune silently
Since producing the world's first rackmount tuner, the DT-1pro, which appeared in 1987, Korg has continued to produce classic models that define the era, including the DTR-1/DTR-2 in 1994 and the DTR-1000/DTR-2000 in 2002. Now, in 2013, Korg unveils its latest rackmount model. The pitchblack Pro features a new “3D” visual meter with a three-dimensional expression of light that delivers an unprecedented visual element. Although it's in a rackmount form factor, the body is ultra-lightweight and slim, allowing it to be used anywhere. This is a new generation of rackmount tuner that every guitarist/bassist with professional aspirations should experience.