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  • Boingo
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    Originally posted by CAH2112:
    I may be way off here: It seems to me you would have to have 2 piezos.
    You have PS on PD-9's and PD-7's. It's also on the VTom sounds and only 1 piezo is being utilized (PD-100's and 120's).

    I'm believe Feefer has covered this before. If you want to know bad enough, spend some time on the search. My understanding is it's not something easily accomplished with the DIY crowd.

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  • CAH2112
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    I may be way off here: It seems to me you would have to have 2 piezos.

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  • Nisse Nas
    started a topic Positional reading

    Positional reading

    Does anyone know how the positional reading works in practice? Is it possible to build a own pad that utilizes this feature?

    Regards
    Nisse
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