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Turbo Td-7 Volume Fades in & out ? Help

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  • Turbo Td-7 Volume Fades in & out ? Help

    I reciently got a used turbo td-7 the volume seems to be on a constant swing every 6 seconds or so I get a loud response even with a light or moderate hit. Then volume drops and hard hits have low volume. The good news is one third of the time it works great. I have a manual but the word volume never really is discussed. This manual and module is much more difficult to use than my old alesis. I can't find anything about reseting everything back to factory specs. I think the last owner my have it out of wack. Or do I have a problem? Also the volume on the cymbals and especially the hihat are low compared to the drums. Can anybody shed some light? Thanks !!!!

  • #2
    Which pads do you use?
    The TD-7 is very sensitive to its own Roland pads. Not to others.
    Robert

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    • #3
      Thanks for the response. I use a set of full size yamaha acoustic drums, with quiet triggers laid over the heads . these triggers are from the same guys that make the visulite cymbals. The thing is I use a PD 120 Roland for my snare and a FD 7 Roland highat contoler plus visulite cymbals. They all seem to do the same thing.
      Originally posted by puttenvr:
      Which pads do you use?
      The TD-7 is very sensitive to its own Roland pads. Not to others.

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      • #4
        Last thing to do: re-initialize the td-7. Otherwise: go and see the Roland doctor
        Robert

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        • #5
          Hi thanks for your help. The manual says nothing about how to re-initialize the module. How do you do that? also where can I find the Roland Dr.
          Originally posted by puttenvr:
          Last thing to do: re-initialize the td-7. Otherwise: go and see the Roland doctor

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          • #6
            It was long ago I played a td-7 but somewhere behind the system button is the initialize all function. Scroll through the menus, please.

            With the Roland doctor I ofcourse meant the Roland distributor for service and repair.
            Robert

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            • #7
              Hey ! Your right I found it it's one sentence buried in with the highat initialization instruction. I'll try it. Thanks!!!
              Originally posted by puttenvr:
              It was long ago I played a td-7 but somewhere behind the system button is the initialize all function. Scroll through the menus, please.

              With the Roland doctor I ofcourse meant the Roland distributor for service and repair.

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              • #8
                Hello again. Tried the initialize all function . Didn't seem to change anything. I love the fast response of the turbo module. Know of any other modules with fast response without spending $1000 like td-8 or td-10 might cost.?
                Originally posted by puttenvr:
                It was long ago I played a td-7 but somewhere behind the system button is the initialize all function. Scroll through the menus, please.

                With the Roland doctor I ofcourse meant the Roland distributor for service and repair.

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                • #9
                  Okay since re-initializing doesn't work: go to the Roland dealer for a repair.


                  Know of any other modules with fast response without spending $1000 like td-8 or td-10 might cost?


                  The TD-6 is out now...
                  Robert

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