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A LOOOOOOT OF QUESTIONS...

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  • A LOOOOOOT OF QUESTIONS...

    hi first of all my english sucks so im sorry....
    i want to buy an electronic set and im between the club set and the studio set thats all the money i have : )...and i dont want to go ask to the store... ok now im gonna list my questions...
    1. when you buy them do they bring an amplifier to listen to it or u just can hear by the headphone???

    2. is the headphone enough loud??if its not can you buy something to make it louder?

    3. i want to have a china, splash cymbal another bass pedal and a tom more can i add them to the standart kit????

    4. if i want to tune each pad in a certain way can i?

    5. if i want to listen to my cd's and play at the same time??can i conect a stereo or a cd player???

    6. what can you do with a computer???some cool features??

    7. can you mix the sounds(for example) if i want to have a bass drum with the sound of the jazz set and a ride from the funk set (just a example)???and if i want(another example) put the bass drum on the mmmm crash pad????

    8. and what about to record??if i want to record to a cassete????and what about the recording device of the kits???

    9. can you save kit configurations????

    10. how much money cost to add all the stuff from the third question???

    i would be so happy if somebody answer and i really would apreciate!!!!!
    cyaaaa
    td-8

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    1. Make them fire those babies up if they want you to shell out the dough!
    2. Yes for practice no for live and yes you can purchase a headphone amplifier.
    3. Yes
    4. Yes
    5. Yes
    6. There are plenty of resources available
    7. Yes
    8. Yes if you have the right equipment
    9. Yes
    10. It depends on what items you select...

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    • #3
      Damn studioVjeff, I was about to post the same reply with a little less detail.
      :rolleyes:

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      • #4
        ok thats great now the 10th question is about the items i said in the 3rd question:a pad for a china,a splash,a tom more and another bass drum pedal.....so now im gonna ask another thing then what is the difference of the studio and the club set???which one is better?why is the studio more expensive??is better for me to buy the club now ( i already have the money) or wait to have the money for the studio???and another thing my english sucks so i didnt got the 1st one :P...
        thanx a looooooooot guys u are great i really apreciate....and im happy becasue im gonna be able to play all the time after a year of struggling to play....but i would like to clear this last thing
        byeeeeeeeeee and thanx a lot..
        td-8

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        • #5
          ohh and if theres a post that talk a lot of this kits plz tell me... but answer this anyways hehe thanx again and byee
          td-8

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          • #6
            The studio kit has the td8 module and the club kit has the new td6. Use the search on this site to see what each module has to offer. I believe that the club kit would be a qreat starting kit.

            Good luck and welcome to our edrum family!


            Kurt
            Kurt

            Pearl drums converted with hart adc, roland kd7's, pd 120 for snare, various roland rubber pads, hart e cymbals and pads, td8, td6, 2 mackie srm450s and mackie sub. mackie sr 24-4 mixer........and always growing.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rudi-mint:
              The studio kit has the td8 module and the club kit has the new td6. Use the search on this site to see what each module has to offer. I believe that the club kit would be a qreat starting kit.

              Good luck and welcome to our edrum family!


              Kurt

              Kurt,
              That was one of the nicest post I have read to a newbie. Times like this I wish everyone got along better

              than again.....who cares
              :rolleyes:

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jgel:

                Kurt,
                That was one of the nicest post I have read to a newbie. Times like this I wish everyone got along better

                than again.....who cares
                Aw cmon Jgel..don't act like your not a nice guy. I know better..

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Jgel:

                  Kurt,
                  That was one of the nicest post I have read to a newbie. Times like this I wish everyone got along better

                  than again.....who cares
                  I don't know what's come over me lately. Maybe I have been watching to many brady bunch reruns, or maybe it was the beer talking.

                  Kurt
                  Kurt

                  Pearl drums converted with hart adc, roland kd7's, pd 120 for snare, various roland rubber pads, hart e cymbals and pads, td8, td6, 2 mackie srm450s and mackie sub. mackie sr 24-4 mixer........and always growing.

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                  • #10
                    I'd like to add something about the headphone out (at least on the td-10). It really depends a lot on the headphones.

                    My wife bought me a set for my birthday, AKG somethings. Not loud enough, no matter how loud I set the headphone level. These particular ones are notorious for having to have a great headphone amp with lots of output to be powered right - unfortunately, they are also what is stuck on a lot of the demo kits in the store...you just don't hear them right.

                    I returned them and replaced my old Sony V600s. Huge difference. My old ones were just shot...Headphone volume up about half way is VERY LOUD, in fact sometimes too loud.

                    The difference is in the impedance of the phones. The AKG were 600 Ohms, whereas the Sonys are like 90 or something. Takes a lot less output to power the Sonys.

                    This also makes a difference in how they sound...not just the volume. Properly powered speakers/headphones ALWAYS sound better than if not properly powered. The AKGs sounded great on the home Hi-Fi, just not on my Yamaha DSP Factory or VDrums, neither of which powered them the way they wanted.

                    Hope that adds something.
                    redbrick
                    My Updated Website: https://blades.technology

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