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Will the DTX500 compatible with pads on the Roland HD1kit? I have a HD1 find that the options in its module are limited. Thanks in advance for your help. Yours truly, Mike Ellison

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Others have had trouble mixing brands on these devices. Best to BORROW one to try before commiting. Maybe rent one if you can.

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No pad sound


Not sure what module you're using this with, but I'm familiar with Roland electronic drum pads and modules, and guess the following would stand true for any pad / module combo....
I would check the following:

  1. Is the cable correctly connected at the pad?

  2. Is the cable correctly connected at the module?

  3. Is the module sound turned up?

  4. Are your headphones / speakers turned on & up
    (do other pads sound)?

  5. Is the fader for the specific pad (or pad group) turned up?
    (On a Roland module, where the pad is AUX1 to 4 - the 'fader' button needs to be pressed in order to operate the AUX slider).

    The next couple of things are less likely, but possible.

  6. Does the pad have a polarity switch on? - try switching it.

  7. Has he correct pad type been assigned in the module?

  8. Has an instrument been assigned to the pad
    (Roland: Press INSTRUMENT, hit the Pad, select a sound)

If you get no joy with this - please drop me a message.

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Analog test eror onroland td5


I have the same problem with my module and I can\'t find the solution anyware for the thing.Closest solution that I could find is something about Roland power adapter.Apparently module won\'t work with any adapter with the same voltage,only Roland or Boss B.R.A. adapters works.I have original Roland adapter and still shows an Analog test error.


Have you find the solution in meantime by any chance?

Sep 09, 2012 | Roland Music

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My roland td3 drums are playing the crash noise on every drum i am hitting even when crash is disconnected, why is this please?


Your Xtalk filter is set too low. Refer to the owners manual for how to adjust individual triggers' sensitivity to "cross-talk" (vibrations carried from other pads)
My bet is you unplugged the crash trigger, but not the cable from the actual module (the brain). If you have a cable connected to the brain but not to a trigger, than any little bump to the end of the cable that isn't connected can be picked up as though you hit the pad normally. (play with the end of the cable a little, you'll see what I mean. It's kind of neat.)

Jan 14, 2011 | Roland A: TD-4 Electronic Drum Set Pads,...

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Pad wont respond


Hi, had similar problem too. What i did i tested the module and by removing the plug on one of the drums and test with another, drum pad,, if it doesn't work, that means you will have to open the electrical part of the pad and test if the wires are intact. I guess that would do.

You can pass your comment for more help.

Thanks for using fixya....

Jan 09, 2011 | Roland A: TD-4 Electronic Drum Set Pads,...

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What does the polarity + - switch do on Roland PD7 & KD7 pads do? also is it possible to purchase replacement internal triggers for these & how do the thin plastic actual trigger parts work...


The polarity switch selects whether the pressure causes a positive or negative electrical spike. This can affect whether your drum MODULE fires on the hit or when the hit is lifted.

Thin plastic triggers are an electret plastic and have piezoelectric properties.when their shape is changed by pressure, etc.

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Hooking up two roland brain modules.


No need to connect via MIDI. Just connect the pads to whichever and run audio out of each into seperate mixer input.

Unless you were going to use built in rhythms there is no real need to synchronize the units.

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