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  • Double Bass Drum

    I know that you can use a double pedal on the KD 120. But what I want to know is, can two KD 120's be used on a single input to the TD10 module. Can it be split some how?


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    Originally posted by ee5:
    I know that you can use a double pedal on the KD 120. But what I want to know is, can two KD 120's be used on a single input to the TD10 module. Can it be split some how?

    There should be a mix in input so you can chain one kick to another. You don't need to connect to the TD-10 to get them both to trigger. You are stuck with using the same sound for both unless you get exotic. You are a long way from even thinking about that.

    I know you feel like a kid on Christmas with a new toy, but you really would do well to reserve a couple hrs a day and take things in a logical order using the manual.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Boingo:
      There should be a mix in input so you can chain one kick to another
      Hi Boingo,

      I chained a KD-7 with a KD-120 via the mix in from the KD-7. I'm on my work now so I cannot look, but I never noticed a mix-in on my KD-120. If there is, i'm very happy!

      Groeten, Peter


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      • #4
        I don't own one so I don't know for sure and the Roland site doesn't mention it. I would assume you could be creative and use something like a y connector/cable or maybe a send/return cable to make it happen. I'm positive others have this set up and are successful in chaining two together.
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        • #5
          I have two KD-80's on one input on my TD8 using a y cable. Works perfect and you can assign two individual sounds.

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          • #6
            There is no mix in jack on the KD 120.

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