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  • 2 Cymbals and a splitter?

    Hey guys I'm new here. I wanted to add an extra cymbal to my Ekit. I want to use a splitter to connect them both. I know this will produce the same sound on both which is fine. So I hook it up but I notice a significant decrease in sensitivity. No matter what settings i make on the brain side, I cant get it any more sensitive. This brings me to my questions:

    1) Could this damage anything?
    2) Is there any way to boost the output to make it work better?

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    Anyone? I just want to make sure Im not damaging anything.

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      Originally posted by gentvdinner View Post
      Hey guys I'm new here. I wanted to add an extra cymbal to my Ekit. I want to use a splitter to connect them both. I know this will produce the same sound on both which is fine. So I hook it up but I notice a significant decrease in sensitivity. No matter what settings i make on the brain side, I cant get it any more sensitive. This brings me to my questions:

      1) Could this damage anything?
      2) Is there any way to boost the output to make it work better?
      Welcome aboard gentvdinner. It is very important to give as much information as possible so people are able to help you out. When you get a chance please look at this post: http://vdrums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=44315
      Post a little more info about your set-up and I think more people will try to help.
      alesisDRUMMER.com

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