Millenium MPS-600 E-Drum profi set
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Millenium MPS-600 E-Drum profi set

MPS-600 E-Drum profi set, Electronic Drum Kit from Millenium.

mikou30 02/09/2010

Millenium MPS-600 E-Drum profi set : mikou30's user review

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Value For Money : Excellent
* How long have you been using it?
I've used it for approximately two weeks. It's my first drum kit.


* Did you try any other models before buying it?
I tried the dtxpress IV and roland TD4 in the store. There's simply no comparison, but they don't cost the same either!


* Which feature do you like the most / the least?
The most:
- The price
- The USB port (and the possibility to play with software like EZDRUMMER or ADDICTIVE DRUMS) and everything without latency even though I don't have an external soundcard.
- The kit itself ─ unheard-of for the price ─, 3 cymbals, hi-hat, 4 toms, 1 snare, everything with dual zones, kick drum with pedal and 3-position hi-hat pedal.
- The ease of use.

The least:
- The brand ^^
- The module sounds (I play only with ADDICTIVE DRUMS and superior drummer)
- No mesh drum head for the snare


* How would you rate its value for money?
Great, for $750 I have an awesome setup and with my software programs I have a sound as good or better than with a Roland kit.


* Based on your experience, would you buy this product again? ...
I don't have enough experience with it, so I don't know what to say. In any case, I don't think it was a bad choice. For the same price, I'd get a Roland HD1, which is very small, has a ridiculous setup...but it sports the Roland name. The module sounds of the mps aren't great, but if you do the same as i did, it's great, and even with the module sounds alone, it's better than the HD1!