Node 8001

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The Node 8001 12-Wheel Strobe tuner has a very streamlined analog interface that vividly shows you 12 wheels…one per scale note. The fundamental and its overtones are simultaneously displayed in a single chromatic backlit display that is bright, vivid, and easy to see. The small footprint and “as compact as can be” Node brings an easy-to-use interface to a complex process with unrivaled accuracy and seven octave coverage (C1 to B7).

All of the controls are focused around one large rotary Vernier dial, making quick adjustments a breeze. Easily make adjustments for calibration and concert pitch and get into the device via our onboard condenser microphone or line input….it’s as easy as that! Only our microprocessor controlled, computer grade motors offer the lightning-fast wind-up/wind-down times that round out this fully featured package!

STREAMLINED CONTROLS

Front panel selectable concert A range from 435Hz to 445Hz avoids the need for complex electronic menus.

Large vernier knob makes on-the-fly cent adjustments easy and fast. Globally offset the Node 8001 to match tuning to non-standard pitches (such as piano).

Built-in mic for open room tuning such as in bandroom or quickly isolate an instrument by attaching a micr or pickup to the front panel microphone input.

12 WHEELS / 7 OCTAVES

The Node 8001 offers one strobe wheel for each note in the scale with a full 7-octave display of each note.

Easily view harmonic content with stunning accuracy.

SELECTABLE FLASH RATE

The Node 8001 comes with a user-selectable frequency control. Use the RECT (rectangular wave) reference for best imaging on pure tones while complex, harmonically-rich tones can be best viewed using the SINE (sine wave) option.

Power Supply: External (Included)

Note Range: C1 to B7

Note Selection: All Notes Visible

Stretch Tuning Tables: No

Peterson Connect Compatible: No

Accuracy: 0.1 cents

Form Factor: Desktop

Display Type: 12 Analog Strobe Discs

Display Resolution: Infinite (Analog)

Construction: Wood Casing

Product Dimensions LxWxH: 20" x 13.5" x 6.5"

Product Weight: 25lbs

USB Port: No

Power: AC 100V to 240V

Built-In Microphone: Yes

Built-In Speaker: No

Inputs: 1/4" Microphone

Outputs: None

Concert A Range: 435Hz to 445Hz

Global Cent Offset Range: +/- 50 Cents

Frequency Response Range: 32.70Hz to 3951.04Hz

Warranty: 1 Year

Sweetened Tunings: No

User Presets: No

Historic Temperaments: Equal Only

Is the accuracy the same for all Peterson tuners?

Yes, the accuracy is within 0.1 cents (1/1000 of one semitone) as with all Peterson Strobe Tuners. An important thing to note is that Peterson Strobe Tuners have ultra high definition displays, so not only are they highly accurate in detecting a note but they have the ability to display that accuracy. Other products claim accuracy but do not have the high definition screen to display the level of accuracy in which they claim. If you cannot see the accuracy, it is of little value. Only Peterson provides High Definition Strobe Tuning.

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How do I read a strobe display?

Basically, the strobe image appears to travel to the left if your instrument is flat of the desired pitch and to the right if it is sharp. On earlier models such as the StroboStomp 1, StroboStomp 2, VS-1, VS-II and V-SAM, the strobe image travels upward if your instrument is sharp and downward if your instrument is flat of the desired pitch.

Adjust your instrument until the pattern is as close to still as possible. Strobe displays are 'real-time' and extremely high definition. They require very precise tuning adjustments to stop the display because the frequency/pitch of any instrument is never totally stable.

You'll quickly learn to read the display, make the most precise adjustments and appreciate the high resolution that only a Peterson provides.

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What should I do if my new Peterson product doesn't seem to work properly?

If you've first tried all of the solutions offered here, please contact Peterson directly. It is important that you do NOT return the product to the store in which you purchased it without Peterson instructing you to do so. If your unit is problematic, we would like to limit the chances of another customer purchasing the returned unit. Always arrange for product service or replacement directly with Peterson.

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Which Peterson products work with Peterson Connect?

Currently, the StroboPLUS HD and the Stomp Classic Pedal Tuner / Active DI are compatible with Peterson Connect.

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How do I find out how far out of tune my guitar is in cents?

Pluck a string and adjust the cent value by simply adjusting the cent control until the strobe image is stationary (only fluctuating around a fixed position and not shifting in one direction over time). In this case, you are tuning the tuner to the instrument. When the image comes to rest, the accompanying numeric cent display indicates the distance from 00.0 cents.

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