Anybody know if I can add an extra pad to my DTX700? UPDATE: I figured it out.

DanRH

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I recently picked up my DTX720K with an XP80 as the snare and XP70’s as the toms. I picked up an XP120 for the snare and moved over the XP80 to the FT position but now I have an extra XP70. I was wondering if I could add my XP70 as another FT. On the input side there are two extra inputs but they refer to HH-KICK and the others not labeled.
Just wondering what if anyone knows off the cuff...

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Never mind. I figured it out. 11 is an extra trigger I put. Works great.
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I was just in the process of making that suggestion when your updated post came through. Looks great!
 

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I was just in the process of making that suggestion when your updated post came through. Looks great!
Ya know, I swore off eKits but I'm really digging these. I think it's the pads compared to the Roland mesh pads.
 

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You should also be able to split some of your inputs for a pair of mono pads.

Getting ready to list some pads for sale.
 

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Ya know, I swore off eKits but I'm really digging these. I think it's the pads compared to the Roland mesh pads.
Hi Dan - I'm contemplating an ekit since gigs have dried up and I need to play without driving the wife and kids nuts. are those DTX pads the silicone type material? I'm just doing research now and don't know the first thing about any of it. thanks!
 

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Hi Dan - I'm contemplating an ekit since gigs have dried up and I need to play without driving the wife and kids nuts. are those DTX pads the silicone type material? I'm just doing research now and don't know the first thing about any of it. thanks!
Yes, they are the silicone type. They feel good.
 


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