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Roland CY-12R / C
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Electronic Drum Pad from Roland belonging to the CY series.

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    Roland CY-12R / CPublished on 11/15/07 at 06:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Obtained a week ago.

    What I have a cymbal AIM offers a choice of onboard sensors / body and body / dme.

    What I will appreciate the less dtection the dme is a bit difficult ... it is not enough to hit it, it is still necessary to do so with some precision (in particular force level). Otherwise, it's a body blow that will sound. I will soon try to change the type of cymbal: if I believe in the module that it is a snare PD-80R, I will be able to modify the sensitivity of the body only from the dme, d 'o more rglages possible. But it's a bit of DIY.

    Note: I have made the adjustments of types, sensitivity and all, prconiss in the mini-manual reu with the cymbal.
    I did try the other cy…
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    Obtained a week ago.

    What I have a cymbal AIM offers a choice of onboard sensors / body and body / dme.

    What I will appreciate the less dtection the dme is a bit difficult ... it is not enough to hit it, it is still necessary to do so with some precision (in particular force level). Otherwise, it's a body blow that will sound. I will soon try to change the type of cymbal: if I believe in the module that it is a snare PD-80R, I will be able to modify the sensitivity of the body only from the dme, d 'o more rglages possible. But it's a bit of DIY.

    Note: I have made the adjustments of types, sensitivity and all, prconiss in the mini-manual reu with the cymbal.
    I did try the other cymbals Submitted in the TD-3KW -> no big comparison. In any case it has almost exactly the size of a CY-8 (small dception I, who thought it had more to do a "real" ride).

    The report seems qualitprix best affordable than her sisters suprieures sizes. But still expensive compared with cymbals offered in the basic kit.

    J'hsiterais remake that choice. May be that I would choose a more direct (but more CHRE), or I'd forget about the possibility of the dme-detection.

    For now I put a score of 7 because it seems cool but rglages prconiss do not operate the way we want the cymbal. J'investiguerai and I will perhaps be the notice date;)

    EDIT: here is the time of the update
    Premire on the TD-3 I found no other possibility of rglage.
    I now pass on a TD-20, and the dme Ragit a little better, but you still type specially strong. For those who esprent to play finely on the dme typing slowly, it's rats. So I keep the score of 7. Yes there are three sensors, a whole works, but it's not as fine as hyper sensitivity of the DME.
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