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Correct choice for DIY 2 zone into TD-6?

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  • Correct choice for DIY 2 zone into TD-6?

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    Three choices for dual piezo on a TD-6V: PD-80R, PD-120 or PD-125 (and perhaps RT-5S).

    Start with PD-80R, unless one of the 12-inch types happens to work out better (unlikely).

    Bruce

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    • #3
      Originally posted by BarT View Post
      Three choices for dual piezo on a TD-6V: PD-80R, PD-120 or PD-125 (and perhaps RT-5S).

      Start with PD-80R, unless one of the 12-inch types happens to work out better (unlikely).

      Bruce
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      • #4
        Thought I'd try posting a few pics of the beast. Needs some finessing, but overall seems to work nicely for a first effort. There is a hot spot in the middle as you'd expect, but the tension is not final yet, and it's possible I have the height a little too hot. There's not much room here for the cone approach with these practice pads, without further alteration.

        The rim piezo was pre-existing from when I got the pad and is a small one cut down around the edges, but works alright if you hit near it.

        rc

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