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  • Menestrel de malheurMenestrel de malheur

    Good tool that does the job

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 06/04/14 at 05:35
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    This is a good tool that does its job ie "VAGUELY MEASURING VOLTAGE SKINS" Those who expected more or taking that for a miracle tool is wrong.

    Let's be clear:
    -So it takes and this was measuring tool
    -Placing the pulling tool near 1 or by placing two fingers spacing between the tool and the circle
    We squeezes her skin by applying a voltage equal to each tie by reading the value on the tool
    We have honed ear if necessary

    Or faster or longer than traditional tuning, except that most people believe that equal voltage on the meter gives a perfect tuning, what is wrong when the flexibility and deformation of one knows skin throughout his life.
    More logically more correct setting …
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    This is a good tool that does its job ie "VAGUELY MEASURING VOLTAGE SKINS" Those who expected more or taking that for a miracle tool is wrong.

    Let's be clear:
    -So it takes and this was measuring tool
    -Placing the pulling tool near 1 or by placing two fingers spacing between the tool and the circle
    We squeezes her skin by applying a voltage equal to each tie by reading the value on the tool
    We have honed ear if necessary

    Or faster or longer than traditional tuning, except that most people believe that equal voltage on the meter gives a perfect tuning, what is wrong when the flexibility and deformation of one knows skin throughout his life.
    More logically more correct setting is low unless the device is accurate. For eg kick drum I found the device useless.
    Knowing all that we can approach the machine for what it really is.

    Useful to have a solid base setting and close enough to be called identical preset each time, useful for identifying "the shallow draft." Useful to quickly check the voltage.

    Here is a useful tool but not necessary when you know how to use it or wants to use the base.
    I take 3 points due aberrant price.
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  • ZavierxpZavierxp

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 10/31/04 at 11:10
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    I just bought it, well, might as well say right away, it's a nice gadget, expensive, and I doubt the real accuracy (no control of weights and measures, for example).. For utility, ca can assure just before a concert, to install the gear, help if there is a lot of hype about ... For a drum tech for example?

    But let the tests:
    Well, setting the snare .... And much to my surprise ... I'm not that bad ...
    My tension, taken in the ear, are almost all just ... And for the rest, it's the same ... So at home, no use! ... But I still noted the tension .... slol
    For a pro? I'm not, so I know Po .... lol
    It is not a cherry stem for us poor amateurs drummers, artists or pseudo proven ...
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    I just bought it, well, might as well say right away, it's a nice gadget, expensive, and I doubt the real accuracy (no control of weights and measures, for example).. For utility, ca can assure just before a concert, to install the gear, help if there is a lot of hype about ... For a drum tech for example?

    But let the tests:
    Well, setting the snare .... And much to my surprise ... I'm not that bad ...
    My tension, taken in the ear, are almost all just ... And for the rest, it's the same ... So at home, no use! ... But I still noted the tension .... slol
    For a pro? I'm not, so I know Po .... lol
    It is not a cherry stem for us poor amateurs drummers, artists or pseudo proven ...
    Go, a small 2 j'met for doubt (well, j'vous say with time, if 1 or 3) ... lol

    Go to the ENT, it is more useful!

    A promise due
    He that never changed my mind I cast the first stone!
    I took all my tensions, and spent two days to test ... Well, it damn well!
    I noticed each time (no chance of losing the right setting !)...
    My sound is much better! And the kick, my god ....
    Unfortunately, a snare drum core, is a snare ..... Basic ... snifff
    Come on, the jewel is worth more than 3 ... An 8 would be more appropriate!
    But it's mega expensive! Qd same ...
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  • SanSan

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 03/02/05 at 08:08
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    For a few years I have, I'm not ...
    APRs have remont disassemble and changed his skin,
    m'tre and muffles used in pulling his own hair
    order to eliminate the spurious harmonics
    tension caused by poor skin,
    I finally bought the watch tension ...
    Well, I must say that it's great:
    More bad harmonics, just a well-rounded good reason.
    I play with Remo Ambassador in strikes and Evans resonant reasoning.
    I tend a little less skin typing ...
    It was quite a CONTRL prcis voltage (for single skin) ...
    I deprecated for skin type Pinstripes ...
    Operation: trs simple.
    You put on a flat surface to calibrate (the zero-rgler)
    and then you put it on the skin 1-2 cm from the pulling…
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    For a few years I have, I'm not ...
    APRs have remont disassemble and changed his skin,
    m'tre and muffles used in pulling his own hair
    order to eliminate the spurious harmonics
    tension caused by poor skin,
    I finally bought the watch tension ...
    Well, I must say that it's great:
    More bad harmonics, just a well-rounded good reason.
    I play with Remo Ambassador in strikes and Evans resonant reasoning.
    I tend a little less skin typing ...
    It was quite a CONTRL prcis voltage (for single skin) ...
    I deprecated for skin type Pinstripes ...
    Operation: trs simple.
    You put on a flat surface to calibrate (the zero-rgler)
    and then you put it on the skin 1-2 cm from the pulling and you will be ...
    So for all tie ... For good measure,
    place it 2-3 times and average of the measure.
    The measurement is given by the quadrant of a rod intermdiaire
    located on the bottom ...
    It's a bit expensive but it works well and you do not need
    to stick anything on the skin to control the sound ...
    And it is more reliable than the cls dynamomtriques ...
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  • mariogiacomonimariogiacomoni

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 01/03/06 at 16:31
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    Completely agree with everyone, great product, I have 6 months from now, and I must say that this product made me service several times when I did not lose any time rergler when the skin is a YAM dtendent les3 all day! pti one shot live with my note-taking and I fall on a rglage prcis and that sounds the best possible!

    TAMA personal congratulations, five paintings for me or if you prfrez 10/10!
  • scrawlscrawl

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 05/13/06 at 03:46
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    I use this little item from two months.
    It's super useful for adjusting the skin, all rings true and if it does not change skin types, there's tension to reapply once Previous to find the m its me.
    It will advise the same voltage Watch for beginners, guitar players use a tuner at the beginning because it is difficult to give a trs instrument when the ear is not used to it. Why should the batsmen play with his rotten their debuts?
    His absence, the price, but is it better to buy a splash in excess or play an instrument that sounds right?

    In short time saving, accuracy of tuning.
  • Court_toujoursCourt_toujours

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 08/21/06 at 06:08
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    Well, I did that for three days, but I had to share it.

    Date (ie for more than 10 years) I set my drumkit to the ear, which seemed like a good choice. Well, besides that, I have long had his eye on the voltage Watcher, but I decide to buy it. I found the price a little overrated, I changed my mind lately, well I can ...

    I work a lot in the studio, we all know the importance of sound in such conditions (as in all the way): the search for any default of the harmonic grating, vibration, a raid correct toms , the regularity of the sound of the snare drum, etc ...

    Well, what have I done all these years without this object. In 5 minutes, without any specific research, I just checked the …
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    Well, I did that for three days, but I had to share it.

    Date (ie for more than 10 years) I set my drumkit to the ear, which seemed like a good choice. Well, besides that, I have long had his eye on the voltage Watcher, but I decide to buy it. I found the price a little overrated, I changed my mind lately, well I can ...

    I work a lot in the studio, we all know the importance of sound in such conditions (as in all the way): the search for any default of the harmonic grating, vibration, a raid correct toms , the regularity of the sound of the snare drum, etc ...

    Well, what have I done all these years without this object. In 5 minutes, without any specific research, I just checked the voltage of my barrels, 80% correct it will say, and immediately it sounded impeccably.

    There I am sure make the most of my kit, and again, just to tensions adopted, because with this object you can test almost infinite tuning and vary depending on the skin too. In fact it opens a field of incredible opportunities, as far I preferred to keep his "walking" on my kit, now I know I can change, test, record, etc ...

    I use only the skins Aquarian coated for striking, and Evans G1 in resonance. Configuration: 12x9, 16x16, 22x18 on a full Mapex maple snare is a Tama Starclassic hammered bronze. These are my tensions taken from each 10mm bolts (center of the skin, it is "20" below):
    Snare: 90 hits in 75 at resonance.
    Tom Viola: 70 for strikes, 65 to the resonance
    Floor tom: same
    Bass drum: 60 for striking and resonant.

    In conclusion:

    With simplicity and blinding speed is adjusted the entire kit, minting as resonance.
    This accessory is what I bought more useful for a long time. I recommend strongly.
    The price new in Brussels: 100 euros is not cheap, but good sound that is priceless ...
    I give 10 out of 10.
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  • gengis Khangengis Khan

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 08/11/07 at 08:25
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    I have this toy for almost a month. I am a novice Contents acoustic drum, until I n Submitted played on my yamaha DTXTREME II s. I have taken the plunge and bought a tama starcalssic performer BB. The surprise when I dballe, tom 14 "bass drum and the skins do not montes: bone (requires conditioning)
    N'tant not at all to my ear, I ordered this tension watch (and skin for the remo bass drum by the way).
    In fact it is neither more nor less than comparator mcanique.
    Rgler for my drums, it's easy, I look table and applies the rglages "standards" on all skin types (knocks and reasonable). So good, sounded just the first time! Even if some tie rcalcitrants measures are not pile hair on trais…
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    I have this toy for almost a month. I am a novice Contents acoustic drum, until I n Submitted played on my yamaha DTXTREME II s. I have taken the plunge and bought a tama starcalssic performer BB. The surprise when I dballe, tom 14 "bass drum and the skins do not montes: bone (requires conditioning)
    N'tant not at all to my ear, I ordered this tension watch (and skin for the remo bass drum by the way).
    In fact it is neither more nor less than comparator mcanique.
    Rgler for my drums, it's easy, I look table and applies the rglages "standards" on all skin types (knocks and reasonable). So good, sounded just the first time! Even if some tie rcalcitrants measures are not pile hair on trais gave a harmonious tuning trs.
    Satisfied with the feedback, I changed the skin of my original Evans bass drum and I put the remo coated bought ... L t is not so easy, rgler tension is almost mission impossible! I tried to stretch and relax to death to get there, do anything, whatever the technique, the ties are either barely in tension is not tight at all (they are moving the hand without any effort) to the latter, no one is turned on and ADI has over 50!
    I put the skin and the rglage evans only took 3 minutes!

    So that conclusion, it's a great device for the toms as demand exceeds the voltage 40, below and above for skin oil, it is better to trust his or orreille a cl dynamometrique.
    I do it again this choice without concern given the precision of the tuning that only rsulte BMOL trsdtendues for skin that become almost impossible rgler.
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  • Tina ArkosTina Arkos

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 05/05/08 at 01:50
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    APRS reading all the rave reviews on the Controller pressure Tama TW100, I bought lai (66 euros at Total Music the cheapest jai could find) and I just got it. APRS testing trs cest actually good but beware! Its also annoying and trs rglage the drumkit fully taken my Lapras afternoon! I mexplique. Dj rglage 1 cm of the tie seems to me (as some opinion) a bit limited and APRS have test in every sense a good compromise seems to be two fingers (you NPRF ground not a whiskey before?) and anchors. Then following the fawn to ask the Controller cards can go as far as 10 units! If you just dry OPDs will swell the measure. The technique adopted jai is to position the TW larrte on two fingers of the d…
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    APRS reading all the rave reviews on the Controller pressure Tama TW100, I bought lai (66 euros at Total Music the cheapest jai could find) and I just got it. APRS testing trs cest actually good but beware! Its also annoying and trs rglage the drumkit fully taken my Lapras afternoon! I mexplique. Dj rglage 1 cm of the tie seems to me (as some opinion) a bit limited and APRS have test in every sense a good compromise seems to be two fingers (you NPRF ground not a whiskey before?) and anchors. Then following the fawn to ask the Controller cards can go as far as 10 units! If you just dry OPDs will swell the measure. The technique adopted jai is to position the TW larrte on two fingers of the drawing, and then adjust lil good position in front of the tie rod ugly the top of the TW and then can ask as dlicatement THE CONTROL to make a correct measurement (try several times to be sure). I recommend also good uninstall, lies flat on a table Because, I said to beginners jme eyeGO to the ground a larrache dune and after half an hour when t vertbres have the neck strength to play spin the measures and that your always on the snare you TDIs, eyeGO want to take a table and chair!
    Another remark, with the toms (Skins transparent dorigine Pearl) jai rglages could do fairly quickly, but with the snare jai galr lot. I think that was just the snare dorigine (Pearl Export drum) which is pretty basic. Dailleurs on the snare drum, snare cot, there is a lightweight mplat on wood made for the passage of the stamp completely distorting measures, such as mplat close ties surrounding the stamp. Short! Rgler shit!
    Anyway, once all these points ngatifs oversights, I am satisfied because of the same facts rglages, drums sounds. Rglages indicated by the Tama are those jai utiliss for toms and bass drum sounds and frankly a plutt well (the bass drum mconnaissable) on the other hand for the snare ( because of the quality of it and hides Pearl original post, I think) the show too rglages prconiss dharmoniques and jai rglages the review based on my taste (82 hits and stamp 70).
    Finally, for those who have a lot of patience, this tool will be to test INTERESTED rglages DIFFERENT and especially note any rglages INTERESTED, presss for those who do not want sfaire shit, go your way! For beginners like me (jsuis guitarist in fact) it can Savre necessary because even if jai a good ear for the guitar in any case, a drumkit rgler nest not as simple as your guitar and jai daccord seen quavec technology to tighten the screws on the cross with your fingers to go to dpart dun rglage homogne tie rods does not really as long quune screws a little hard and the tension is wrong on my statement with the toms jai TW100 card tie between some 15 units. Voil jespre jai that all could clearly indcis.
    Conclusion II (the return) regardless of the drumkit and use whatever rglages, cest one who hits it that does it all! In addition to the drumkit, cest much more obvious that the guitar, cest lnergie you put all that heard lon! LSAC lot when you play anything in a dung!!
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  • DreammerDreammer

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 09/28/08 at 12:23
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    In a nutshell: a tuner efficient drumkit saving time before a recording or concert.

    With this tool, it saves time and focuses on the essential: to play ^ ^

    The voltage to be applied will depend on two things:
    - From you, the sound you like
    - The skin of the drum
  • teddymickteddymick

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 10/21/09 at 09:03
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    I think

    drumkit APRs 12 years for me is the tuning of non qqchose Aquis ....
    As with most of the drummers ...

    APRS plusiursjours of DCID galre I buy this tool has frankly not worth at all!
    To avoid! demonstrate the number of TW100 sell opportunity.
  • saftisafti

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 10/22/09 at 00:20
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    It's been a year and a half that I use

    Personally if you think you get your grant thanks ft this unit, go your way

    For my part I made the grant ft by a professional, however, over time they tend to dsaccorder

    With this device, there is always sound with remarkable accuracy Previous

    Over time we arrive refine his ear, and I do not use To check.

    In price is not given, but what use is a professional drumkit if it is poorly given.
  • sebsonordrummersebsonordrummer

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 10/22/09 at 06:59
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    user for 5 years from the TW100, I think I have done the trick!
    is this a gadget? no!
    This miracle is the tuner that will ring the fire god your drumkit? either!
    short, only the combination of TW100 followed by an ear that will give you the results of the first order.
    for standard tuning, you can use the values ​​of prregles tama toms and hop on a sound that will satisfy many drummers! for the snare and bass drum, that is a little warmer to find a good sound!
    so what is a serve? Well, when you set up a new skin on a tom, The TW100 can check that all bolts are the correct voltage and we can see its settings so it's repeatable! can then provide a finer skin and then apply the same s…
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    user for 5 years from the TW100, I think I have done the trick!
    is this a gadget? no!
    This miracle is the tuner that will ring the fire god your drumkit? either!
    short, only the combination of TW100 followed by an ear that will give you the results of the first order.
    for standard tuning, you can use the values ​​of prregles tama toms and hop on a sound that will satisfy many drummers! for the snare and bass drum, that is a little warmer to find a good sound!
    so what is a serve? Well, when you set up a new skin on a tom, The TW100 can check that all bolts are the correct voltage and we can see its settings so it's repeatable! can then provide a finer skin and then apply the same setting rso skin or typing and hear the small changes in sound (attack, sustain, etc), stretching or DTEND sparingly without losing adjustable base!
    I used to give other batteries than mine, it's very practical!
    Briefly, using a lot unless you tune your ear drums like a pro!
    batteries when I hear high-end sound like a pot, I think that some should invest in this little instrument! <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" />
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  • rygel4rygel4

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 12/09/09 at 12:24
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    <strong>For how long have you been using it?
    </strong> About 6 months

    <strong>What thing do you like most/least about it?</strong>
    Plus: gain incredible time
    the least: its price

    <strong>What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    </strong> Plea, it could be cheaper

    <strong>Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?</strong>
    Yes without hesitation

    <strong>Global opinion:

    </strong> I use it to apply any adjustment that I found after several hours of research. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">This is not a magical object that will do everything alone!</span> It will especially help you to <span style="text-decoration: underline;">refine y…
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    <strong>For how long have you been using it?
    </strong> About 6 months

    <strong>What thing do you like most/least about it?</strong>
    Plus: gain incredible time
    the least: its price

    <strong>What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    </strong> Plea, it could be cheaper

    <strong>Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?</strong>
    Yes without hesitation

    <strong>Global opinion:

    </strong> I use it to apply any adjustment that I found after several hours of research. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">This is not a magical object that will do everything alone!</span> It will especially help you to <span style="text-decoration: underline;">refine your settings and replicate them in the infinity and the shortest time.
    </span>
    I now use it again before each concert and recording. Within minutes, my kit is adjusted accurately and always with the same key. No more wasted time at all to settle each time the ear.

    I would have been 10/10 if it did not cost so much, so my final score was 8 / 10
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  • fry1985fry1985

    Not bad at all

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 08/03/10 at 04:58
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    If you're new and want to give you REALLY like no 3 / 4 drummers ... who never change twice in the way ... I ^ m it is a good tool
    I was buying my first when I could not give my drumkit (hours and hours of lost).

    Once received the tension watch, my drumkit was given in 15 minutes.

    This tool shows the voice to find agreement, and offers several types of tuning.

    I do not doubt we could reach as low bass drum and the snare as hard.

    I almost could not give me now, but I keep it always to keep the tension uniform m ^ me of my skin after each change of skin, just to keep his m ^ me.

  • lunchienlunchien

    Although practice

    Tama TW100 Tension WatchPublished on 11/25/10 at 07:28
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    Very convenient to mount a proper skin and quickly obtain a balanced tension points on each of the hoop. One little easily choose the general tension of the skin and have an idea of the sound that one wants to have its shaft. However, to refine the tuning, I continued working in his ear. Say the Tama TW100 Tension Watch lets make a good half of the job. After that also depends on the quality circles and fittings. With molded circle, I think it's a little easier ...
    I do it again without hesitation that choice, it allows me to have a sure footing quickly, to give my drums!





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