Boss TU-2

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Boss TU-2
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Key specs
Detection Accuracy Stream/Cent
Our test: ±2.88 centsCOMPARE
Flat: ±2.98 cents | Sharp: ±2.78 cents
Accuracy is within manufacturer's spec of ±3.0 cents
Detection Range 16.35-4186.01 Hz (C0-C8) COMPARE
Calibration range 438-445 Hz (In 1-Hertz steps) COMPARE
Responsiveness Not tested COMPARE
Notes:
Tuning
Instrument tuning modes Chromatic, Guitar, Bass
Transposition options 1-2 semitones flat
Programmable? No
Memory? Yes
Polyphonic? No
Display
Display type 3-color LED
Display resolution 11 segments (5-/5+)
Optional meter display modes? Yes: Stream or Cent
Features
Bypass mode Buffered
Volume/Boost? No
Mute? Yes
USB? No
Power
Power source 9V battery or 9V AC adapter
Battery life 6 hours
Auto-off/Power save? No
Battery indicator? Indicated by dimming of "Check" indicator light
DC out? Yes
Power consumption 55 mA max
Physical
Enclosure Steel
Dimensions 73 x 129 x 50 mm (2.87 x 5.08 x 1.97 in)
Weight 420 g (15 oz)
Fine print
Warranty 5 year parts, 2 years labor
Release date 1998
Nade in Taiwan
Included features Dual signal outputs, silent switching
Available accessories Boss PSA-120S Power Adapter — Buy on Amazon ($26.99)
Boss PCS-20A Parallel DC Cord — Search on Reverb
Notes Discontinued, replaced by the Boss TU-3
  Corrections? Suggestions? Please contact us.
Pros
  Top-notch build and materials   Dual outputs   Simple controls, easy to use   Reliable
Cons
  Poor ±3.0 cent accuracy   Limited calibration and transposition options   No longer in production

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About the Manufacturer

BOSS is a brand name of the Roland Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of musical equipment founded in 1972. In the U.S., Roland is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

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5100 S Eastern Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90040

US: +1 (323) 890-3700





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