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Yamaha DTX 502 with Jobeky and Roland Triggers

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    Yamaha DTX 502 with Jobeky and Roland Triggers: would that combination work?
    ATV and Roland Cymbals and Pads with drumtec Diablo Snare. Audiofront eDrumIn Modules. Triggering AD2, SD3 and SSD5.

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    Yes and no.

    yes, the center piezo will trigger, and you snare and toms will be single zone only.
    Crashes should work, but I believe the wiring is inverted, so you might need to make your own cables.
    The ride and crashes will not be 3 zones either.

    Unfortunately, a DTX module is not DIY friendly, mostly because Yamaha uses a lot of switch triggers to get all their zones.

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      Originally posted by holzi2000 View Post
      Yamaha DTX 502 with Jobeky and Roland Triggers: would that combination work?
      Yes. For any dual-piezo pad simply use the dual piezo inputs, ie. TOM1, TOM2, TOM3 and KICK.

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