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  • RMP-5 or 3

    Can anyone give a quick overview of the major differences between the Rhythm Coach 5 and 3 (aside from price)?
    Just wondering if the 5 is worth the additional $$.

    TIA


    http://tinyurl.com/My-E-kit

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    RMP-3:
    Internal pickup (amplifies mesh head)
    Metronome Tempo Range: 20-260
    5 click sounds
    18 Rhythm Types
    5 Rhythm Coach Modes

    RMP-5:
    54 PCM Drum & Percussion Sounds
    Dual Trigger input
    Metronome Tempo Range: 20-300
    15 Click Sounds
    24 Rhythm Types
    22 Patterns
    6 Rhythm Coach Modes

    Both models have an 8" mesh head, a Mix-in jack, headphone /output jack, use a 9-Volt battery or power adaptor, and can be mounted on a PDS-2 stand.
    Last edited by Guest_User_DA; 04-19-08, 01:03 PM.

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    • #3
      Thanks, Drew!


      http://tinyurl.com/My-E-kit

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      • #4
        Yep, this was very helpful to me too!

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        • #5
          I own a set of TD9KX. So will RMP-3 be enough to me for practice?

          I suppose the advantage of RMP-5 is the connectivity to external triggers so you will get a basic edrum kit for practice. Am I right?

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          • #6
            The RMP-3 will be fine for practicing, it just doesn't have internal sounds. When you plug in headphones you just hear the head and click. It does have all the metronome and rhythm coach functions.
            Here is an idea - get a cable to plug the headphone out into an unused trigger input on your TD-9 and you have another mesh pad. It will then trigger whatever sound you want to assign to it.
            Quazi

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            • #7
              is that correct?! can these actually be used as another pad to trigger a module?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Rrrob View Post
                is that correct?! can these actually be used as another pad to trigger a module?
                Quazi is absolutely correct!

                http://www.vdrums.com/forum/showpost...1&postcount=16

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