AirTurn: Quad - Four Pedal Controller

Catalogue No: ATQUAD
Have you ever tried to use tablet-based apps and effects on stage and found that it's impossible to navigate them mid-performance? Well worry no more with the AirTurn Quad Four Pedal Controller, putting all your tablet-needs at your feet.

With the AirTurn Quad Four Pedal Controller, you can turn pages, navigate setlists, transpose keys and control Guitar, Bass and Amplifier effects. The AirTurn Quad uses a Bluetooth transceiver that connects the silent pedals to whichever device you are using. Just a tap of your foot can control the effects and systems that you use, mid-performance, without having to mess around with buttons or touchscreens. Featuring a non-slip pedal board and a USB charging cable, this comes with everything you need to put on a fantastic show straight away.

The Bluetooth transceiver features an internal lithium battery which can be used for up to 100 hours on standby. Connecting wirelessly to your tablet or PC/Mac, you can easily configure it for multiple uses, such as scrolling up or down, toggling songs, toggling a metronome, transposing, changing tempo and changing volume. The transceiver can also be detached and used as a handheld controller. The pedals are constructed from durable plastic and also feature a mechanism free operation, making them practically silent, perfect for those sneaky changes to your performance!

For a list of apps that the AirTurn Quad is compatible with, check out this list.
Published on: 19 December 2014
Language: English
Publisher: AirTurn
 

    AirTurn: Quad - Four Pedal Controller reviews verified by reevooReevoo

    Build quality
    9.0
    Value for money
    9.0
    Overall rating
    10.0
    Scores 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
    10 out of 10

    John

    GB
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    I already owned a two pedal version of the product. I just needed the extra functionality of the four pedals. The unit works well and does what it is supposed to do!
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    Confirmed purchase: 26 June 2017
    Published on: 10 July 2017

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