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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sorry ...you haven't enough channels to mix all the kit ... you will have to run a stereo pair from the td8 to mg82 and mix it from the td8
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
The owners manual is here:http://lib.roland.co.jp/support/en/manuals/res/1811143/TD-10_eG.pdf Try initializing the TD-10. Check page 137. Check page 132 and 133. If the problem is still there, you likely have a jack problem. There might be a bad solder joint where the jack is mounted to the circuit board. If the warranty is up you can do it yourself if you are confident. Otherwise take the module in to have it serviced. Check here to contact Roland:http://www.roland.com/index.html
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Testimonial: "I check all that all ready ,but I think there is a component damaged on the jack board .o even worse on main board."
I have repaired one of these before.
On the version I repaired, there was a TINY trimpot accessable thru a hole that is semi-hidden. In the case I had, someone had actually destroyed the trimpot by forcing too big a screwdriver into the hole and smashing the trimpot.
It was relatively easy to open the unit and replace the broken trimpot...
WARNING, if that set has those "foam" cones under the snare type heads, expect trouble with them and the cones are NOT available anywhere for replacement. Essentially you have to MAKE your own now...
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
SOURCE: My Roland TD-6 Bass drum
There should be a nut and a cylindrical tightener at the bottom of the spring. If you loosen these, you should be able to pull the spring up and get the ring back onto the post. Then just tighten the nuts back down to where the tension feels right.
V-Drums don't all come with the same kick pedal--in fact they are often sold seperately--but this should be enough to help you with most basic kick pedal designs.
let me know if this doesn't make sense and tell me anything else you can about the pedal itself and I'll find a picture so I know what you have. This should work though. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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