Xm mini tuner car kit
Tuners are delicate--you don't want to drop it or bang it around. I keep mine inside a small camera bag to help protect it. Tuners are vital for guitarists. Whether tuning by ear or using computer software or a pedal, tuning is necessary before one can maximize performance of his/her instrument and perform at his/her best.
They're an authorized repair center for many high-end brands and one of the few options for Tandberg owners. Visit their website for more information. They're like family sedans that you wouldn't even expect to have mods. It's like you hear this shitty sound, as if someone punctured "speed holes" ( :D ) into a flowmaster. They're hard to retrofit on old guitars because the grommet and tuner shaft are a little small, thus require some shimming. The gears are not nearly as good as Waverlies and you'll notice some slop in them when there's no tension on them.
Tuners travel locally in order to visit customers. Sighted tuners usually travel by car. Tuner Baker has been tuning pianos for 40 years—Alaskan pianos for eight. In such inaccessible outposts as Moose Pass, he charges as high as $25 a job. Tuners behave like frequency counters, measuring the frequency of an instrument's notes. Scientific frequency counters measure frequency (or cycles per second) in Hertz (Hz), but this can be a bit unintuitive for musical purposes, and so Cents are used where one semitone is split into 100 equal units, each being one Cent.
Modern metronomes are electronic. Look for models with a flashing light and which can be run with and without an audible sound. Modern 88-key pianos have over 200 strings and can be tuned in one to two hours, depending on the condition of the piano.
Plug the XM antenna into the Mini Tuner dock, and you will be all set to listen to XM. At this point, go into the menu and make sure that the FM Frequency is set to OFF, otherwise the line out is disabled and you will get no audio out of the line out. Plug-and-play tuners are packaged with car docking kits.