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  • szvook
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    Originally posted by sepdrums:
    szvook - see you at the Hart booth
    Erik
    SEPdrums
    Word. I thought you weren’t going to make it?

    Couldn’t stay way huh.... could it be that the T3 from Hart has tempt your fancy too much not to try?

    See ya at NAMM.

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    Outboard gear: Focusrite Compounder, Drawmer MX-30, BBE-482, Aphex C-104, Behringer T1951 4-Band Parametric Tube EQ, Lexicon MPX1, Mackie 1402-VLZ, (Crown K2 amp & Cerwin Vega V-253 speakers = 1600 watts @ 4 ohms continues power, peak at 3000 watts) and Sony MDR-V700DJ headphones.

    [This message has been edited by szvook (edited January 09, 2002).]

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  • Stoovey
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    I'd give Hart pads a try, but I don't like the 7/8" mounting arms. I'd prefer them to be L-rods like Roland and Pintech. So I'm out of luck unless Hart will make them custom for me...

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  • sepdrums
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    Now you are catching on!

    Hart does in fact offer immesurable service. Cannot wait to test the T3 at NAMM
    (szvook - see you at the Hart booth)

    Erik
    SEPdrums

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    Thanks for the feedback, you guys.

    Jason

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  • Technique
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    Hey Smoke,

    I talked to Peter Hart about the new technology and szvook is correct about the transducer being protected. The other key feature they are promoting is that the unit is simple plug'n'play with all modules. No fine tuning or tweeking to get it to work. He also explained some differences in the actual cone material and design, but I cant remember the specifics. The 'immeasurably better than Roland's ' part comes from the fact, in my opinion, that I could call up Peter Hart and have him personally explain this info to me. There is nothing at Roland that compares to that.

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  • szvook
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    Originally posted by Smoke:
    Does anyone know how Hart's TE3 triggering system works? Their website claims that it's immeasurably better than Roland's foam cone approach. Can anyone describe its design?

    Thanks,
    Jason

    Not sure if the design can be described aside from the unique sensor plate which protects the transducer and that is what the difference might be when it comes to Hart trigger technology from Roland's. Beyond that, you should contact Hart your self and have them give you some more insight (if they wish to do so without disclosing the secret of their Pro line triggers).

    As far as immeasurably, Hart kick Rolands ass.



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    Hart TE3 triggering

    Does anyone know how Hart's TE3 triggering system works? Their website claims that it's immeasurably better than Roland's foam cone approach. Can anyone describe its design?

    Thanks,
    Jason
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