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The volume cymbals are too low

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  • The volume cymbals are too low

    I have a problem with my td-8, when i listen the set with the headphones it's ok, but when i try to listen with an amplifier i lost my cymbals (i've two Pintech) the volume is too low, i tried to put the volume to the max for the cymbals, and put down the volume for the rest of the set, but it's the same. another question: anyone of you know the way to reduce the noise of the pintech cymbals? Thank you
    Andrea ITALY

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    Try changing the sensitivity setting to increase the signal, just check to see if you are clipping. I have used a thick mouse pad to quiet my visu-lite china and it is as quiet as my Roland cymbals. I can not roll on it but it is quiet. Besides it is a china so I hit it very hard anyway.

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    Ted H.
    www.tocsinrocks.com
    Ted H.

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    • #3
      Are you using the "direct" or "master"
      I'm a drummer. I don't play the timpani! Hire a percussionist!!!

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      • #4
        Hey aircele, are those pintech cymbals the old ones without the rubber padding? I have a few of those on my kit and notice that sometimes, I guess they werent well made, thats my only thing about them i can think of that would casue this.

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