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  • Raffy85
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    Originally posted by BtnkBndt:
    I get the idea you have not got the expansion? Try lowering the rim sensitivity. Its adjusted on the options page of the trigger screen.
    BtnkBndt, no I don't have the expansion card. I wish I did, but school comes first. I tryed adusting the rim sesitivity and it fixed it.

    Thanks,
    Raffy85

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  • BtnkBndt
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    I get the idea you have not got the expansion? Try lowering the rim sensitivity. Its adjusted on the options page of the trigger screen.

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  • antinucci
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    I had the same problem and gave up on the crossstick sound... I now have the standard... My snare head is set to a snare sound and the rim set to the same type snare's rim sound. So I get a tastey crack when I do a rim shot...

    BTW, I have the TD-10 with TDW-1 expansion card.

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  • Raffy85
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    Snare problem

    Does anybody have trouble with the rim of the snare triggering when trying to hit the head? I've got mine setup with a snare sound on the head and a side stick sound on the rim. Sometimes when I try to hit the head, the rim triggers. It's done this with all three of my pd-120s. Is it a problem w/the brain, or am I just hitting the rim?
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