KORG KDM-3 digital metronome with built-in resonator speaker and volume control 


 High Lights:

・Stylish design that’s reminiscent of a mechanical metronome.

・Eight metronome sounds, including a mechanical metronome sound.

・19 beat patterns support songs of any genre.

・Easy one-touch operation and an easily-readable display.

・Choose from three types of tempo settings to suit your needs

・Sound Out mode lets you tune while listening to a reference tone.

・Timer mode is convenient for practicing the basics.

・Memory Backup function and Auto Power-Off function.

・Long-life design ensures worry-free performance even during extended practice sessions.

KDM-3 Specifications

- Metronome mode -

Tempo range: 30 bpm to 252 bpm

Tempo settings: PENDULUM step, FULL step, TAP tempo

Beat range: 19 different kinds available (0 to 9 beats, duplets, triplets, triplet with inner beat omitted, quadruplets, quadruplets with inner beats omitted, son clave (2-3) (3-2), rumba clave (2-3) (3-2))

Tempo accuracy: +/- 0.2%


- Sound-out mode -

Reference Tone: C4 (261.63Hz) to B4 (493.88Hz) 1 octave

Calibration range: A4=410Hz to 480Hz (unit: 1Hz)

Tone accuracy: under 1cent


- Main Section -

Connections: Phone jack (3.5mm stereo mini jack)

Speaker: Dynamic speaker(φ36mm)

Power supply: Four AAA alkaline batteries

Battery Life: Approx. 120 hours (120 tempo, 4 beats, mechanical metronome, maximum volume, using standard alkaline batteries)

Dimensions: Dimensions (W x D x H): 60 mm x 73 mm x 113 mm / 2.36" x 2.87" x 4.45"

Weight: 167g / 0.37 lbs. (including batteries)

Accessories: User manual, four AAA alkaline batteries for verifying operation.

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Den er fed fordi den lyder bedre end andre digitale metronomer, og fordi man kan skrue op for den. Ikke så meget bip-bip her - den lyder faktisk som en 'rigtig' analog metronom. Og så har den en masse ekstra features, men dem har jeg ikke prøvet endnu.

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