1. What do I do if the product will not turn on?
a. Please check that the battery is properly installed. If installed, please check the battery charge. Press the Power button to turn on or shut down.
2. My product does not turn on. What can I do?
a. Contact the dealer where you purchased the unit
3. The screen colors are lighter.
a. Check the battery to see if it needs replacing.
4. My product automatically shuts down. What is the problem?
a. If there is no input signal for five minutes, the power saving mode function of the product will turn the power off.
5. How do I use the clip?
a. The clip is strong enough to be clipped onto the headstock or bell of your instrument without shaking loose.
6. The metronome voice has become distorted or not loud enough.
a. Please change the battery(s)
7. How do I use a clip-on pickup?
a. A clip-on pick up is used in the same manner as a headstock tuner. Clip it to the headstock or bell of your instrument and plug the phone jack into the input of your tuner.
8. What is the tuner function display and the corresponding tuning ranges?
C: Equal temperament/ Chromatic
Key of F, Bb, & Eb: School band instruments (i.e. French horn, saxophone, trumpet, etc.)
G: Guitar Tuning (The tuner displays the note & string number)
B: Bass tuner (The tuner displays the note & string number)
V: Violin tuner (The tuner displays the note & string number)
U: Ukulele Tuning (The tuner displays the note & string number)
E: Erhu (The tuner displays the note & string number D & A)
P: Pipa (The tuner displays the note & string number, A, D, E, A)
G: Guzheng (The tuner displays the note & string number, 2D ~ 6D)
a. 4A is the A in the fourth octave on the piano. This is the standard tone
b. Some instruments play music With the geography and different types of instruments is slightly different requirements on the 4A, so any of our company produced a product can be
According to your own needs to be adjusted.
10. What are the metronome display and functions?
a. Beat: time signature adjustments (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9) define different signatures & rhythm patterns
b. Tempo: the speed adjustment in beats per minute, BPM (smaller value; slow, higher value, the faster the tempo)
c. Rhythm: Rhythm adjustment