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  • Bluetooth Receiver for TD-20

    Hi All! - I've mostly switched from my old TD-20 to an acoustic kit, but recently I've had reason to go back to the TD-20 for very small-room gigs. My problem, though, is that my newer phone/music player lacks an earphone jack, so I cannot plug it into the TD-20 module like I used to be able to do with my old phones in order to play along to songs. I'm curious if anyone's found and experimented with any sort of Bluetooth receiver that plugs into the TD-20's "Mix In" jack that would allow it to receive music broadcast by my phone. If so, what products would be available for that? I've seen a few cheap things for cars--would those work for the TD-20 module, too? Thanks for any insights you can provide!

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    I have two. I use one that cost me around 10 which I use in the car and the sound is great. It has no psu so is charged with a usb lead. I have an iPhone 7 and a td30 and bought one that has a psu with it for about 25 and this is plugged into my td30 and mixing desk as it has a mini jack and phono outputs which both work together. This useful as I can play through the td30 and listen through my headphones and play along or I can listen through my speakers connected to my desk

    sinple answer is yes they sound ok.
    Roland TD30 module on TD20 kit SD3 with various kits. Pearl Masters Kit, Yamaha 9000RC original natural wood finish. Cymbals from Zildgian Pasite and Sabian. Loads of percussion bits. Cubase and Wavelab always current versions.


    • #3
      Wonderful! That's extremely helpful--thank you for taking the time to share that!