Step ahead with the BT-105 Pedals for tablets and computers. For hands-free page turns and app controls so subtle, no one will notice that your hands never touched the screen.
Sleek: No messy cables to clutter your setup. The BT-105 connects wirelessly to tablets or computers up to 60 feet away using secure Bluetooth technology. And its internal rechargeable battery keeps you going for up to 100 hours.
Silent: No one else needs to know, right? The dual ATFS-2 pedals connected to the BT-105 are designed to be drop-dead silent. Their “mechanism-free” design means no clicks, no squeaks, and no distractions.
Simple: Turn it on, pair it up, get to work. Already paired? Then it’s even simpler – just turn it on and go. The right pedal turns pages forwards and the left one goes backwards.
Sturdy: Made of the same materials as bullet-proof glass, the ATFS-2 pedals are nearly indestructible and built for lead-foot stompers. The non-slip pedal board keeps it all together. Best of all? The BT-105 and ATFS-2 are made in the USA with a 1-year warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee.
The BT-105 works with nearly 100 apps for iPad, iPhone, Android tablets, and Bluetooth-equipped Mac and PC computers for page turns, teleprompters, backing tracks, and so much more!
Dimensions: 4"x7"x7/8" (cables extend beyond these dimensions)
Weight: .94 lbs
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Posted by Unknown on 16th Aug 2014
It works exactly as described: easy to set up, totally silent, turns pages. What I have found frustrating is that you have to hit the pedal exactly in the right place for it to turn the page. Usually that means I have to look at it, or feel around and then get distracted from my playing. I'm not giving up, I just need it practice with it more than I thought.
Posted by Tris on 13th Aug 2014
It does everything it needs to! Very easy to set up too.
Posted by Mick on 7th Aug 2014
When I purchased my new Samsung Galaxy Note I made my next purchase the BT-105. I write, arrange, and play music for our worship band at church. I want my music digitized for easy access and I though a foot pedal would make flipping pages much easier. I was kind of right, if you land your foot directly where it needs to be when flipping pages, and somewhat wrong in that I often have to feel around to find the pedal for flipping the page. I do find that I have to be right on and not a bit off the pedal to make the turn happen.
Coordination of events for someone who is new to this technology is simply taking a bit longer to get used to than I thought it would.
I do like the design of the product and it rigid, hefty feel. I do find that I must press the pedal a bit harder than expected to get pages to flip over.
My biggest challenge isn't in the design of the unit... it is in my struggle to find the pedal after I have drifted deeply into the music I am playing. Many, many, times I find myself simply reaching up and flipping the page because of several bad experience hitting the wrong pedal or missing it altogether.
Most all of this is the result of me being very new to interacting with the foot pedal. As I said I love the design and feel of the the BT-105 and would recommend it to anyone wanting to use this type of device.
Thank you for the opportunity to review your product.
Posted by Brian on 28th Jul 2014
Great to have the ability to page through set lists and lyrics without having to finger-swipe the iPad. The bluetooth wireless setup is a HUGE bonus - no additional wires on stage, and after the initial sync-up I've never had any trouble at all getting the pedals and iPad to connect.
The design with no mechanical parts and no electronics is also a great engineering decision. My band recently played a "beach party" gig where we were set up directly on the sand, it was fantastic to have at least one pedal that I didn't have to worry about sand getting in the works.
I only wish there was a function (like maybe tapping both pedals at the same time) to switch between lyrics view and setlist view. Still need to put hands on the iPad to accomplish that.
Posted by Ian hanchet on 25th Jul 2014
This does everything i expected it to. I have entered my current repertoire into an app called Chordpro and i can practice my repertoire without manually manipulating the iPad. I hate the scrolling, so the Air Turn is perfect.
Posted by Justin Francoeur on 25th Jul 2014
There's really not much to say. This pedal is one of the most useful tools a reading musician can have. I'm impressed that it just exists! I've never had an issue with it, and for reading music on my iPad on a gig or in the pit of a musical, it makes life beyond easy.
Posted by Cindy on 20th Jul 2014
I have only used it 4 or 5 times but it has worked very slick. Very durable for the price
Posted by Unknown on 9th Jul 2014
I love this product because I no longer have to touch my iPad when I'm changing pages words. customer service was great telling me which application would work best with this seem to be forScore.
Posted by Dave on 26th Jun 2014
I have been using the BT-105 in my gigging. I used an iPad to store all of my music and establish sets. The BT-105 allows me to flip to the next song before I release the last chord of the previous song to create a virtual seamless transition from one tune to another. It has also made it possible to download multi-sheet digital music that has been requested and turn pages during performance without touching the screen. At this time after using it for a little over a month I would recommend this device as trustworthy and worth the investment for me.
Posted by Wayne on 26th Jun 2014
I used the Air Turn the very nite I recieved it and it worked great with no major learning curve. I use Onsong for my lyrics on my I pad and the I pad holder on my mic stand. This gives my a more unobrtucted way to check on lyrics than a bulky music stand.
I love it.
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