Chances are, yes!. The BT2 syncs with any Bluetooth equipped tablet, computer or smartphone, using Bluetooth v2.1 or newer. Basically if your device was purchased after 2006 you should be totally fine. If you’re unsure, try connecting a Bluetooth keyboard to your device…if that works, then so will your pedal.
Probably! We have a recommended list of apps here. If your app is not mentioned please try connecting a Bluetooth keyboard to your tablet or computer and utilize the left/right arrows, up/down arrows, page up/down, space/enter…if any of these work then so will your pedal.
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Coda Music Technologies offers a 1 year, hassle-free warranty on all products purchased from an authorized dealer. Warranty returns/repairs are very rare but when they do happen we make things very simple: send us an email and include the order# from your purchase, and a brief description of what's wrong.
When the pedal is turned on you'll see a flashing light.
Green = above 60%, Yellow = above 30%, Red = under 20%.
Yes! There are many useful applications for going hands-free. We’ve used the Page Turner to control slides on a Teleprompter, controlling slides for a church service or business presentation, starting and stopping recording sessions in Ableton, Logic, and Pro Tools, starting and stopping backing tracks in iTunes, and many more! If you’re wondering if your specific application will work, try connecting a Bluetooth keyboard to your tablet or computer and utilize the left/right arrows, up/down arrows, page up/down, space/enter…if any of these work then so will your pedal.
The 1/8th" jacks are for external switches, if you prefer an external switch such as the Roland® FS-5U, you can bypass the unit’s primary pedals and use external switches instead by using a mono 1/4" to stereo 1/8" cable. You can purchase the proper cable on Amazon here.
Yes. If the battery dies you can charge it while connected/in use, however it’s best not to charge it until the battery it is at 20% or lower (red LED indicator), which takes a very long time (50+ hours). You will know how much battery life is left based on the power light on the face of the pedal; it will change from green to yellow and then yellow to red.
The back of the pedal consists of a charging indicator “led” which let’s you know that the Page Turner is plugged in to power and charging.