Millenium MPS-400

Millenium MPS-400

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MPS-400, Electronic Drum Kit from Millenium.

6 user reviews

Millenium MPS-400 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Millenium
  • Model: MPS-400
  • Category: Electronic Drum Kits
  • Added in our database on: 04/23/2008

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Millenium MPS-400 user reviews

Average Score:3.5( 3.5/5 based on 6 reviews )
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Parcel's review"I was on the rebound....."

Millenium MPS-400
I got this excellent kit in 2014 as I had a really cheap kit (all mono pads) before that.
The first thing I did was to convert to mesh heads, just like the cheap kit..

This is a simple conversion, the end result I now have a much quieter kit with a better response and its lighter as well as u dont have the steel plates to cramp your style.

Then I changed the snare pad for a larger 10" Alesis Real drum module.
So it's even better.
The cymbals are dual zone and the hi hat has 3 modes: Open/closed an of course that "chip" sound.
The kit now sounds great, its got plenty of sounds and the ability to change the parameters.
Its very versatile. I mainly use it for practicing new songs. Ready for playing in my local praise band..

After 6 years of playing it, I now use a Roland TD-8 drum module, with this excellent kit..........

Meuric's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MPS-400
- How long have you use it?

It's been a few weeks, carefree but I fear for the quality of toms that are just a stretched plastic skin ... in any case the warranty is 3 years (Thomann) so it is possible to play in If a problem. Eventually I will replace all the pads with mesh.

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

Let's say for a budget of less than € 500 it's a luxury two cymbals and snare bi-zone, a good reaction, about fifty kits (kits editing possibility and panel / volume / tone each volume), USB connection for ...

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?

I tried the Roland HD-1 that I have quickly forgotten as it is for beginners, I tried the Yamaha DTXplorer: more expensive, the pads are better but there is no bi area, no connection to the usb ... about the quality of the module I have not able to test long enough to judge ... it looked slightly better air.

- How would you rate the quality / price?

Simply excellent, purchased with headphone, stool and two pairs of chopsticks to 485 € at Thomann, this is a boon for small budgets.

- With experience, you do again this choice?

I would say yes given the price. After he is sure that if the Yamaha which the pads and the module are a little better quality but that has not possibilities bi-zone, the hi-hat was a little over budget can prefer is a pad, too. So if maybe it was the budget and it is better from the Yam leaves changing three cymbals rapidly and then gradually toms ... You think, try Yam is often available in stores for the MPS is 30 days money refunded Thomann ( if you want to hear the quality of sound card).

Update 22/04/10: more than a year I had the time to break the Charleston, the skins are softened, thus providing less rebound. I use a lot by connecting computer and reworking everything to someone else. The choice is simple: This drumkit is for a term court investment (if one has an acoustic door but on which we can not play often, for example), but if it is to invest in real e put € 300 more in a DT-Explorer that will be well upgradable or so save directly to Roland or DDrums. The MPS-400 does not really interest in being upgraded (right module for the price but quickly exceeded) and will be difficult resalable.

boulou29300's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MPS-400
- How long have you use it?

July 2008

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

most: practical, simple to use

Cons: fragile (I broke the pedals playing normally in November, one playing the cymbals a little strong in February and finally some cracks begin appearing in the snare)

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

no, just acoustic drums

- How do you report qualitprix?

trs good batteries for the price, perfect for beginners!

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

No, I would opt for a stronger drumkit

estolosa's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MPS-400
I use this product for several weeks.

I like the fact that it is a good product Designed. Simple assembly and utlisation. The electronic box is full trs while being easy to use.
The rebound on the pads is done right over the competition even if it is not a sound.

I tried it in under the name Drumtech Milonga and was able to compare the different MODELS store.

The report quality price trs good to see the best now.

If c'tait again, yes, no problem.
A friend, testing the drumkit at home, to sell its adcid HD1 to take it

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