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HOW TO CALIBRATE KORG DT-10 TUNER TO 440 TUNING

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From the user manual:

While the setting is shown in the display, press the CALIB key to

set the calibration.

Each time you press the key you will cycle through the following

settings.

0: 440 Hz 2: 442 Hz 4: 444 Hz 8: 438 Hz

1: 441 Hz 3: 443 Hz 5: 445 Hz 9: 439 Hz

When you have made the desired setting, wait approximately two

seconds without pressing the key.

The indication in the note display will blink three times, and the

calibration setting will be completed. You will then return to tuning
mode.

Just do it and stop on the 440 one.

Posted on May 19, 2011

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