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Alesis DM10 Pro Kit
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Alesis DM10 Pro Kit

Electronic Drum Kit from Alesis belonging to the DM series.

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toto2000toto2000

Very good value, no competitors in this crneau

Alesis DM10 Pro KitPublished on 01/07/12 at 04:12
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We have the drumkit for over a month. Pay 749 euros TTC with a bundle stool kick drum + + + headphone sticks.

First printing: printing solidity everything is thick, stand, feet, etc. Second impression: real skin pads with Mylar, which inspires confidence. Surge Cymbals copper, good diameter, in needed, etc.

First Plug and ignition, ooh rgler will have the stuff, the DIFFERENT toms, rims, cymbals, dclenchent other stuff, etc. A quick tour of the doc, and especially on youtube and it was all good explanations for the cross rgler send / receive, the sensitivities of area thresholds dclenchement, etc. View forum DM10 Pro on audiofanzine I post links to these vidos who helped us much in......
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We have the drumkit for over a month. Pay 749 euros TTC with a bundle stool kick drum + + + headphone sticks.

First printing: printing solidity everything is thick, stand, feet, etc. Second impression: real skin pads with Mylar, which inspires confidence. Surge Cymbals copper, good diameter, in needed, etc.

First Plug and ignition, ooh rgler will have the stuff, the DIFFERENT toms, rims, cymbals, dclenchent other stuff, etc. A quick tour of the doc, and especially on youtube and it was all good explanations for the cross rgler send / receive, the sensitivities of area thresholds dclenchement, etc. View forum DM10 Pro on audiofanzine I post links to these vidos who helped us much in my posts. Within an hour, we obtained very satisfactory results, the drumkit reacts to a quarter of hair, etc. It was of course before the module vrifi his day was good, in fact, the latest update offers calibration options advances foot hi-hat that is certainly lment most sensitive kit (so it works well).

Before buying this drumkit was test Rolands TD4 and TD9 much Chres I will return it two days ago I returned home Milonga re-try these batteries to compare hot with Alesis . They had also tried a Yamaha 600 euros, I do not remember the exact model.

The particular feature we like best: deep toms with two zones and suitable diameter, skins mylar much better than rubber pads, cymbals (ride 3 zones) chockables which are very beautiful and do not toy, and the sounds that are in my opinion sounds Rolands superiors with whom we compar. FYI, the electronic drumkit Pearl 2500 euros has the same cymbals and the same sound module.

The peculiarity we like least: the hi-hat foot is difficult to calibrate. FYI, it is my opinion Necessary to enter the TRIM tab of the calibration, it has good results with trim values ​​60:40 open / close, while the values ​​of need with just F1 / F2 are 70/06 was also chang curve raction for log4 if I remember correctly and we adjusted the treshold and sensitivity. Thus we have reactions on the closed hi-hat that is much better when fighting the open / closed notes. Default of the pedal: it is necessary to raise the foot well, you can not play too much heel / toe, it generates weird positions. I am considering buying a real hi-hat foot and mount a pressure sensor in the middle like that sells for $ 95 musiciannearyou.com. But hey, I'm a movie review, but you'll see when I REJOU on Roland, I retrouv the same defects (those that have no real foot charley, and TD9 td4, yet more Chres).

Report quality price: I told you, I returned to try and td4 roland TD9. Ouch, looks like small toys ct cymbals, small toms, etc. The td4 with just the snare and toms mesh skin rubber, with its mini cymbals, made ple figure, it looks like a toy. Only the touch of mesh skin is more enjoyable, but it's pretty subjective. Sts skins are mostly quieter than mylar skins. The TD9 with skin mesh throughout and sound module is already much better, but also, cymbals, size and especially the sounds are my sense of quality infrieure. Reminder: The DM10 is 749 euros, roland td4 with just a mesh skin over 950 euros and TD9 over 1200 euros. I plan in the coming weeks to mount mesh skin on the Alesis to see if it is more pleasant (installation very simple, see vidos DM10 Pro forum here on audiofanzine not welding, etc.)

We prvoyons in the year to buy a 12-inch tom Alesis to mount snare and tom dplacer the current 10-inch second tom, buy a real hi-hat with the sensor which I have spoken and edit mesh skins everywhere. This drumkit is noisier than the Rolands, this does not Drange, we do not have neighbors, but consider if you're in an apartment.

Just FYI: we also have the drumkit connected via a module pro twelve o'clock Madcatz our game console and is recognized "out of the box" with Rock Band 3, which adds a fun thing lment.

So for whoever buys the drumkit and out of cardboard -> a ride on the forum for help vidos configuration. Vendors had we not advisable because this drumkit supposedly people could not the rgler but rather see this as an advantage: a better drumkit for much less than the competition! Great sound module, multi chockables areas cymbals, skins compatible mesh pads, a very solid look, etc. No one pays the brand as in the competition!
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batteur44batteur44

dm10

Alesis DM10 Pro KitPublished on 09/16/12 at 04:28
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I think that is a shame sai lack of explanation for regage module and skins milar his tro no noise plastic
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mk88mk88

Positive first impression

Alesis DM10 Pro KitPublished on 10/15/11 at 16:06
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Hi all,
I give you my first impression is pretty good on the DM10 pro kit. The drumkit was well protected in its packaging. The installation went well despite some tedious passages. The build quality seems excellent: in any case, more than a Yamaha DTXpress II possessed before.
(Quality of the bindings, visual, cabling, etc ...)
I have not yet connected. I'll post again when using the drumkit.
In any case, to € 729 in October 2011 (kick drum pedal not included), it seems a bargain considering the original price (over € 1,000)
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JoeGuilianJoeGuilian

Bluffing

Alesis DM10 Pro KitPublished on 12/15/10 at 13:02
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I have this drumkit two weeks ago and it blew me away. I was initially a Yamaha DTXPRESS then a kit with real leather and mesh and finally a true BFD acoustic drum for 3 years. And even with respect to the acoustic drums were found there with the DM10. Of course some subtleties can not be simulated by electronic drums but the sound is really great and varied.

Positives: plethora sounds really good (there's something for all tastes), the module with full settings, and especially the ability to add new sounds (proprietary format, so it takes reaming libraries, c is the case for the first few days since for fifty dollars), the Surge cymbals that make good once resolved, can create their......
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I have this drumkit two weeks ago and it blew me away. I was initially a Yamaha DTXPRESS then a kit with real leather and mesh and finally a true BFD acoustic drum for 3 years. And even with respect to the acoustic drums were found there with the DM10. Of course some subtleties can not be simulated by electronic drums but the sound is really great and varied.

Positives: plethora sounds really good (there's something for all tastes), the module with full settings, and especially the ability to add new sounds (proprietary format, so it takes reaming libraries, c is the case for the first few days since for fifty dollars), the Surge cymbals that make good once resolved, can create their own kits from existing sounds, the presence of effects (reverb, ...) and even a compressor and an eq, it is beautiful and inspires confidence in the rack, sensations when hitting the pads are realistic.
The negatives: you must set the module but it is not very complicated, hi-hat is a bit simple with a single area, I have a Roland hihat pedal as the original pedal did not work well on openings (should update the module?), the drumkit is noisy especially the bass drum pad (bring a mat in the back pedal and pad to cushion and prevent the vibrations are transmitted through soil, it bp with a recurrent batteries "silent"), the supplied headphones (sometimes) with the accessories pack sucks in providing a voucher to get the most out of the drums, the sound of the toms resonate too much for my taste, I would have preferred sounds clearer.
I do not often give advice on products that I gain here but I really wanted to say that this drumkit completely satisfy me and even surprised me (nothing to do with Yamaha DTEXPRES origins). After testing a TD12 quickly, I can say it is quieter but I prefer the sounds of the Alesis, especially as the realism of pads with their skin that are not mesh is really excellent.






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  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: DM10 Pro Kit
  • Series: DM
  • Category: Electronic Drum Kits
  • Added in our database on: 10/28/2009

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