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    Hi
    I need to know if a Power conditioner will do the job.
    When Im playng in locals with bad energy some pads wont sound.I assume this happens when the energy is low there.How does a power conditioner work in these cases??
    I think they are suposed to work with high energy, not low.will it charge the energy if it goes low??
    Thanks
    Jojo

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    Originally posted by funkyjojo:
    Hi
    I need to know if a Power conditioner will do the job.
    When Im playng in locals with bad energy some pads wont sound.I assume this happens when the energy is low there.How does a power conditioner work in these cases??
    I think they are suposed to work with high energy, not low.will it charge the energy if it goes low??
    Thanks
    Jojo
    I doubt your problem is power. Look at trigger settings instead.
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      what you described is impossible....if your drum brain is on the power threshold,then you'd see the power go on and out of stability........consider everything after your brain to be a parallel circuit.if the brain works(powerwise)then the drums will.cannot have one without the other.
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