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Yamaha DTX900K
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Yamaha DTX900K

Electronic Drum Kit from Yamaha belonging to the DTX series.

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gab_webgab_web

Excellent battery

Yamaha DTX900KPublished on 04/29/12 at 11:05
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How long you use it?
For 1 year

What is so special that you like best?
This drumkit is excellent for me by far the best on the market, although I have not tried the TD30. I always had my Roland (TD6, TD8, TD12) to this purchase, for me the feel of games on new pads and sounds of the DTX900 are much better. The module is practical and fairly easy to learn, but it is clear that I am far from using all its possibilities.

Did you tried many other models before buying it? How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...
I would do this choice without hesitation.

The minuses?
The price because we do not find opportunity, but we must know...…
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How long you use it?
For 1 year

What is so special that you like best?
This drumkit is excellent for me by far the best on the market, although I have not tried the TD30. I always had my Roland (TD6, TD8, TD12) to this purchase, for me the feel of games on new pads and sounds of the DTX900 are much better. The module is practical and fairly easy to learn, but it is clear that I am far from using all its possibilities.

Did you tried many other models before buying it? How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...
I would do this choice without hesitation.

The minuses?
The price because we do not find opportunity, but we must know what you want.
The GC pad, too noisy for my taste. I sold it to buy a Roland KD7, the pad ideal for me despite his age.
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GuillaumeFGuillaumeF

A great electronic drum

Yamaha DTX900KPublished on 01/29/11 at 02:51
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I use it for 3 weeks.
I tried everything from Alesis, Roland, Pearl and Yamaha.
I hesitated with the top model (same module but with a more robust and in place of a FT in 100 while 2 in 120). Good for 1000 EUR difference I am limited to 900.
I love the module - I find it much better than Roland, a little outdated in my opinion. I had a TD-10 are almost 10 years and to be honest I do not really see the difference with the TD-20. But this remains a matter of taste.
What I also like the pads on this batteriesont silicone slovakia does not bounce too much like the Roland and which has three zones plus a control.
I also like the USB connection that allows me to play on Superior Drummer...…
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I use it for 3 weeks.
I tried everything from Alesis, Roland, Pearl and Yamaha.
I hesitated with the top model (same module but with a more robust and in place of a FT in 100 while 2 in 120). Good for 1000 EUR difference I am limited to 900.
I love the module - I find it much better than Roland, a little outdated in my opinion. I had a TD-10 are almost 10 years and to be honest I do not really see the difference with the TD-20. But this remains a matter of taste.
What I also like the pads on this batteriesont silicone slovakia does not bounce too much like the Roland and which has three zones plus a control.
I also like the USB connection that allows me to play on Superior Drummer without using a MIDI connection (plug & play).
J'aimarais that one day it is a module more open, especially compatible with 24-bit samples just to be able to enjoy a maximum dynamic range.





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Anonymous

Very well

Yamaha DTX900KPublished on 01/09/11 at 00:20
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Purchase of 27 December 2010.
Dtx've owned 3 Yamaha, Roland TD6 KX
Size significantly larger drums meshed skin everyone swears by it I made the choice of silicone pads and frankly I'm an amateur that's not bad at all I could compare with my old TD6 with all meshed skin drums, the difference is quite small diameter of the drums very comfortable 10'en 12'pour toms and the snare of cymbles three areas! very comprehensive module can import samples, sounds very good chance the module driver Cubase directly by the module as a tape! etc.;;; a perfectly successful.
Competitor of the td 12KX my choice is correct, the 20 kx td it out of reach for my purse and not at all reasonable purchase as...…
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Purchase of 27 December 2010.
Dtx've owned 3 Yamaha, Roland TD6 KX
Size significantly larger drums meshed skin everyone swears by it I made the choice of silicone pads and frankly I'm an amateur that's not bad at all I could compare with my old TD6 with all meshed skin drums, the difference is quite small diameter of the drums very comfortable 10'en 12'pour toms and the snare of cymbles three areas! very comprehensive module can import samples, sounds very good chance the module driver Cubase directly by the module as a tape! etc.;;; a perfectly successful.
Competitor of the td 12KX my choice is correct, the 20 kx td it out of reach for my purse and not at all reasonable purchase as facing the dtx 900k.





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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: DTX900K
  • Series: DTX
  • Category: Electronic Drum Kits
  • Added in our database on: 04/08/2010

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Other names: dtx-900k, dtx 900k, dtx900 k

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