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Please note Earphones are not included.
The precursor to the Technopipes. It has no MIDI output so cannot be used with software instruments.
- Fits in your pocket: only 16 x 225 mm (5/8" x 9")
- Uses earphones (not included): therefore perfect to play on buses, trains etc. Ideal for the commuter.
- Natural C and F.
- Pitch alterable.
- Unforgiving at detecting crossing noise.
Designed using state of the art technology
- Surface mounting
- Technology throughout.
- Touch control for volume.
- Approx. 50 hours of playing without change of batteries.
- Contains all the electronics as well as the batteries: no extra box to plug in