AirTurn Quad BT106 Transmitter with 4 Pedals & Pedalboard

4-pedal board kit with Airturn BT-105 Bluetooth Transceiver and Four ATFS-2 silent pedals
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Control your apps hands-free!

Multi-switch control is often a recipe for long setups and cable mess. No more. Airturn's BT-105 Quad is a four-pedal board kit that gives you hands-free control of your apps on your Bluetooth-equipped Mac, PC, iPad, or Android device, letting you concentrate on your performance. Activate effects, play media, teleprompt, advance slides, scroll tabs and lyrics, or read music - all hands free. With easy setup and secure communication, the Airturn Quad is a no-brainer solution for your control needs. Get yours from Sweetwater today!

Airturn Quad Features at a Glance:
  • Four switches for increased controlling power
  • Works on Bluetooth-equipped Mac, PC, iPad, or Android device (supported app required)
  • Easy Pairing with tablet or computer
  • Included ATFS-2 footswitches are durable and silent
  • Mechanism-free footswitch design means no clicks, no squeaks, and no distractions
  • Mounted on a custom pedal board to keep your BT-105 and pedals conveniently together and always portable
  • Two 3.5mm (1/8") stereo ports
  • Internal rechargeable battery with 100 hours of standby usage per charge (3.7v 430mA Lithium Polymer)
  • Built-in debounce feature to prevent unintended multiple signals
  • Multiple profiles are available for different uses
  • Package includes:
    • AirTurn BT-105 Bluetooth Transceiver
    • Four ATFS-2 silent pedals mounted on a pedal board
    • Mini USB charging cable
Control you apps with AirTurn Quad!

Tech Specs

Compatibility Mac, PC, Android, iOS
Computer Connectivity Bluetooth
Made For Wireless controller / trigger
Manufacturer Part Number QUAD

Customer Reviews

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A great buy!

This pedal works like it should. It charges pretty quickly and on a full charge, it will last the full day. I use planning center's music stand as well as onsong to view music and this pedal works great with both. The only problem I have with it is the piece that sits underneath that elevates the far side to angle the board comes off pretty easily. The piece is held on with some weak glue/double sided tape. Since i'll never want the piece off, I super glued it and haven't had a problem since.
Music background: Travel band and Worship leader on the side.

Quick response, fast delivery, and good quality

I wanted a foot pedal to operate my ipad while playing my bass guitar. I was not sure on what to get. After talking to your salesperson, I bought the Air Turn Quad Four-pedal Board kit. I am very satisfied with this and use it while performing. Great decision. Thanks to Sweetwater and their staff for all they do.
Music background: Musician

Getting a bit long in the tooth...

Okay, I like what this pedal does... gives me great flexibility when leading worship with my iPad. However, for something that has been around as long as it has, I think it's WAY overdue for some upgrades. First of all, the power/bluetooth/everything else button is quirky at best. If you're not careful when you're turning it off and hold it too long, you can go into programming mode, which can cause some headaches, for sure. Second, the whole thing just feels fragile. I have travelled with mine extensively overseas, and am always wondering if the wear and tear of being in a suitcase/backpack is going to do it in somehow. The way that it is wired and put together, it honestly looks like a prototype, rather than a made for production item.Next is the pedal feel/construction. In the world of guitar stomp boxes, heavy-duty metal switches are the standard. If something is going to cost this much, and get stepped on a lot, it should not be made of plastic. Third, they should develop a way for this to sync with the bluetooth on an iPad, while being able to retain the use of the on-screen keyboard. Having to power off the Airturn to make minor revisions in a song on the fly is a pain, and honestly rather goofy... if watches, fit-bits, and other bluetooth devices can do it, this one should, as well. The whole thing feels like it was put together from left over parts from a bin at Best Buy. Plus, the rubber feet on the bottom come off constantly, causing the whole thing to wobble.I am waiting on a better alternative... either from AirTurn or another company. Yes, it gets the job done, but I do not have a lot of confidence in it. If another company were to come out with a good alternative, even at a higher price point, that would be fine with me... so long as it was built to match the price.

Air Turn Quad Review

I talked to people at Sweetwater and they recommended the Quad. I thought that I had read enough reviews and asked enough questions but evidently not. I'm using the Air Turn with forScore. I had thought that having 4 pedals would allow me to move forward, backwards, and then skip back for D.C. or D.S. that needed to go back multiple pages, but alas this doesn't work. I should have got a Duo. The Duo is actually set up more reliably. The Quad has exposed wires that, if you pull on them accidentally, disconnect pedals. It's really easy to do this accidentally which means that you have to check the functionality of each pedal before use. The Duo doesn't have these exposed wires. This is very plain if you look at the underside of the both pedals, but these pictures don't exist.
See also: iPod Accessories, AirTurn, AirTurn Miscellaneous Computer Accessories, AirTurn Tablet Accessories, AirTurn iPad/iPhone Accessories