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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Any pro-audio interface with a midi input would do the trick. There are numerous products out there that offer this. You can get a simple usb midi interface, and connect the Yamaha up with a midi cable running from the midi out of the drum module to the nidi in of the interface.
one of the simpler ones:...
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
SOURCE: sampling into yamaha dtxpress iv
If you have a sampler, you could midi out of the DTX brain into the midi in of the sampler to trigger the sounds. If not ,try downloading KORE2 from Native Instruments onto your computer and triggering it using the above mentioned method . Midi out from your brain to Midi in on your computer. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
Likely a filter capacitor in power supply is failing if it has started doing this. SOMETIMES devices have a very small amount of hum normally. Also sometimes unbalanced instrument cables can pick up hum.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
You should immediately quarantine what you plugged in and compare it to the correct one.
IF you put too low aq voltage of the CORRECT polarity nothing should have happened.
If you put backwards polarity of any voltage the regulator is probably fried internally and possibly an input bypass cap. Also if you put an AC adapter and it wants a DC the same destruction could happen.
if you put too high a voltage, possibly the power input cap may be bad.
It appears that the correct supply is the PA3C which is a 12 volt, 700ma with positive on the center pin.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
I see pictures that show an extra device beneath the Hi-Hat and the ads mention a "stereo hi-hat controller"... on the RHH130 there is a clutch to improve the feel of the Hi Hat... I think this is what you see in some ads.
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This hi-hat pad design attaches to a standard hi-hat stand. Inside of the pad is a sensor system and built-in hi-hat clutch that feels,realistic when pressed. The RHH130 also features a dual zone design consisting of pad and edge sections that offer greater dynamic realism. The pad can also produce a foot splash.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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