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USING OUTPUTS YAMAHA DTXPRESS II

I would like to know how coul I use both OUTPUTS simultaneously (R and L/MONO so i can get differents EQS, I would like to have an exclusive outPUT for the kick and the other ONE for the rest.

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You have to use a splitter, but it must be a single stereo to a dual mono splitter. This will allow you to trigger two sounds with one input such as the 9/10 on your kick pedal.

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