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Korg In-Ear Metronome

Item# KRG_IE1M
$16.49List Price $19.99
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Korg In-Ear Metronome IE-1M

The In-EarMetronome is an ultra-small metronome that fits easily in your ear. Since you can hear the metronome sound directly in your ear without it being overpowered by sounds around you, it's ideal for personal instrumental practice. You can choose from a variety of beat and rhythm variations, and while compact, it provides a full range of metronome functionality. Tempo can be adjusted smoothly using the jog switch, while a proprietary holding mechanism ensures that the In-EarMetronome remains firmly planted in your ear.

The In-EarMetronome is a unique style of metronome that you use by wearing it directly in your ear. Since the speaker unit fits directly in your ear, it's useful not only for personal practice with any instrument, but also when you want to hear an accurate rhythm without being drowned out by the sounds of your surroundings, such as if you are practicing while surrounded by high-volume instruments. The tempo setting range is a generous 30--252 bpm, and a wide variety of beats and rhythms are provided. In spite of its ultra-small sized body, the In-EarMetronome provides approximately 200 hours of continuous operation using a coin-type lithium battery. The In-EarMetronome also includes a well-cushioned ear pad and a carrying case that neatly stores the In-EarMetronome.

Practice your instrument while listening to the rhythm directly in your ear

Tempo ranges from 30-252 beats per minute

A wide variety of unique tempo, beat & rhythm settings

Comfortably and securely fits a variety of ear shapes

200 hours of battery life; Ear pad and carrying case included


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By Bozo
Perfect Practice Assistant
January 30, 2017
Exactly as described.
  • Keeps you on the mark
  • Personally, I HATE metronomes, BUT it helps me with the tendency to overplay the tempo.

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