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Pyle Portable Drums, Tabletop Drum Set, 7 Pad Digital Drum Kit, Touch Sensitivity, Wireless Electric Drums, Drum Machine, Electric Drum Pads, LED Display, Mac & PC - PTED01
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|Model Name||7 Pad Digital Drum Kit, Touch Sensitivity Wireless Electric Drums,|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||23.5 x 6.75 x 16 inches|
|Item Weight||7.28 Pounds|
About this item
- VERSATILE DIGITAL DRUM KIT: The portable drum set is developed to resemble, sound and play like an actual drum set at a fraction of the size! Play the drums to pre-recorded drum kits and songs or record your own
- CONNECT TO MAC & PC: You can connect the drums table to your computer using the USB cable – it’ll function as a MIDI controller for your favorite computer software to get even more functionality
- PLAY THE DRUMS ANYWHERE: This portable drum kit is powered by the included AC adaptor or you can go wireless and runs on batteries (6 "C" size batteries). Take your drum kit wherever you go
- PLAY FOR ONE, PLAY FOR ALL: Pump up the volume with the digital drum machine and play for a crowd or take advantage of the headphone jack and plug in your headphones for a personal drumming session
- EDIT & RECORD: The drums digital top panel control center comes equipped with an LCD screen and a ton of audio configuration controls that will allow you to create some truly unique and customizable music
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- 7 Drum Pads with Touch Sensitivity
- 2 Different Voice Metronome System
- 215 Percussion Voices & 128 GM Voices
- 25 Preset Drum Kits & 5 User Drum Kits
PylePro Portable Drums
This electronic table top drum kit is an all-in-one wonder. It's super-customizable, lightweight, and portable - the ultimate tabletop kit for the drummer on-the-go. Each of the seven pads has touch sensitivity for an accurate response. Use one of the built-in 25 presets, or create and store your own kit by choosing from 215 different percussion voices.
- LED Control Display
- Headphone & USB Outputs
- Kick Hi-Hat & DC Power Inputs
- USB Port Doubles as MIDI In/Out
CONNECT TO MAC & PC
You can connect the drums table to your computer using the USB cable – it’ll function as a MIDI controller for your favorite computer software to get even more functionality
EDIT & RECORD
The drums digital top panel control center comes equipped with an LCD screen and a ton of audio configuration controls that will allow you to create some truly unique and customizable music
HEADPHONE & USB INPUT
Pump up the volume with the digital drum machine and play for a crowd or take advantage of the headphone jack and plug in your headphones for a personal drumming session
PLAY FOR ONE, PLAY FOR ALL
hat will allow you to create some truly unique and customizable music.
7 DRUMS PAD
This digital drum kit is powered by the included AC adaptor or you can go wireless and runs on batteries (6 "C" size batteries).
2 DIGITAL FOOT PEDAL CONTROLLERS
this kit comes with two pedals so you can get the real feel of a kick drum and hi-hat pedal. You can connect this unit to your computer using the USB cable.
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PylePro Model : PTED01Tabletop Digital Drum Machine KitElectronic Table Digital Drum Kit Top w/ 7 Pad Digital Drum Kit System Features: LED Control DisplayHeadphone & USB Outputs Kick, Hi-Hat & DC Power InputsUSB Port Doubles as MIDI In/Out7 Drum Pads with Touch Sensitivity2 Different Voice Metronome System215 Percussion Voices & 128 GM Voices25 Preset Drum Kits & 5 User Drum KitsDimensions: 19. 65" (L) x 14. 5" (W) x 6. 2" (D)This electronic table top drum kit is an all-in-one wonder. It's super-customizable, lightweight, and portable - the ultimate tabletop kit for the drummer on-the-go. Each of the seven pads has touch sensitivity for an accurate response. Use one of the built-in 25 presets, or create and store your own kit by choosing from 215 different percussion voices. Use the internal speakers, or envelope yourself in percussive rhythms by plugging in your own headphones. There's more: this kit comes with two pedals so you can get the real feel of a kick drum and hi-hat pedal. You can connect this unit to your computer using the USB cable - it'll function as a MIDI controller for your favorite computer software to get even more functionality You can also play along with the built-in songs. This kit includes a built-in metronome and reverb effect. It runs on batteries or the included AC adaptor. With the PTED01, you'll be making beats in no time.
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The part that I don't like about it is the midi aspect. When I plugged this into my computer via USB, I excepted it to be better than it was. This, to me, is probably the biggest downfall of the machine. It still plays drum sounds when plugged in, much like a midi interface even. Also, it is WAY too quiet when functioning as a midi controller. I don't know if this is Logic's drum plugin's fault or what, but I found it better to record the line out through the headphone jack. This is kind of a shame because I could edit the drum rhythm had it played well through midi, as well as quantize and add "swing" to the groove this way, aside from also choosing specific kits or drum sounds. I haven't completely given up on the midi functionality yet, but it does seem to be more functional using its own sounds.
Overall, I think this is a really nice piece of equipment, and highly recommend it to anyone and everyone pretty much.
This is actually the second time I gave her this same unit. The first was when she was four or five. I did warn my brother that I was buying her a drum set for her 8th birthday, but I couldn't wait that long. Unfortunately, that one stopped working in the first year, no sound was produced from hitting the pads. I have no idea why, or what kind of abuse it suffered to get to that point.
Fortunately, it's inexpensive enough that I didn't mind buying the same set again. I might even get one for myself, as I've been trying to learn drum basics, but don't have the space for a full set. I'm sure as soon as that happens, my brother will send the kids to my house for babysitting in revenge so I can experience some of the percussion hell I put him through. That's ok, there's plenty more loud instruments and kid birthdays coming up.
Out of the box, we used the AC adapter to plug the unit into an outlet because we didn't have the necessary 6 C batteries on hand. Once we buy those he'll enjoy having the set more portable. I worried that it would be too loud and possibly annoying to listen to so I had some headphones on hand for him to use (you need ones with a fairly long cord to reach from the back of the unit under or around it thus out of the way and to the user), but we never plugged those in because it is more pleasant to listen to than expected and of course there are volume controls. We downloaded a song he knew onto my iPhone and started that so he could play along. He set the volume so it matched the playing song and did pretty well.
His major complaint was that occasionally a drum head doesn't sound as it should which would distract his rhythm. You do need to hit them 'just so' to get the response. I guess when you're used to a full size kit, it's a bit awkward to hit these small pads consistently and in the right place. There are 'dead spots' at the edges of the pads and sometimes when he hit two pads at once in a faster riff, one might not sound. That might have been a product of his inexperience, but it's something to think about if you expect to use this kit for more than practice and play.
As a listener, I thought the cymbals and some other sounds should have more reverb than they did, but that may be something you can set. There are a lot of options for settings.
The thing that ended up entertaining us all for a long time and was totally unexpected was that in addition to the many choices for drum set sounds, there are over a hundred other sounds to choose from. Everything from explosions, thunder, various animal sounds, laughter, footsteps, a creaking door, an eerie scream to car sounds and convincing war sounds. You can set each pad and pedal separately and save the configuration just like you can with the drum set sounds, so my young drummer ended up creating sets to match stories he made up and then punctuated them in the telling with various sounds. That was a lot of fun.
Bottom line: It was easy and fast to set the unit up initially using one of several preconfigured drum set combinations assigned to the pads and pedals that are pretty standard, I guess, as he was able to instantly identify which pad represented which corresponding drum set piece and was satisfied with the sounds, but I was amazed at the options available to set things up to suit specific needs. He had no trouble figuring out how to do this without the instructions and spent hours at it, making up stories to punctuate with sound effects as well as playing along with provided loops and demos and real songs playing on other media. If he sticks with his lessons he'll need a higher end set than this, but for now this is fine and decent value for the price.