DTX582K/DTX720K 1 Manual Development Department © 2015 Yamaha Corporation Published 12/2015 POAP*.*-**A0 Printed in Vietnam ELECTRONIC DRUM KIT Assembly Manual EN ZU86750 After opening up the packages containing your electronic drum kit, please verify that all of the following components are present. Components of DTX582K/DTX720K XP80 Snare Pad (x1) This manual describes the standard assembly procedure for the DTX582K/DTX720K electronic drum kits. It covers assembly and wiring of the kit as shown below. When you have completed all of the steps described, you will be ready to turn on the drum trigger module and start playing. Illustrations show the DTX502 drum trigger module. IMPORTANT Open the boxes to reveal their contents. PCY135 Cymbal Pad (x2) RHH135 Real Hi-Hat Pad (x1) Stand base for RHH135 (x1) Hi-hat clutch for RHH135 (x1) Stopper for PCY135 (x2) Felt pad for PCY135 (x2) Cable band (x6) Cable band for RHH135 (x1) RS502 Electronic Drum Rack (x1) RS502 Owner’s Manual (x1) NOTICE This manual describes the process of assembling a drum-pad set and drum trigger module to an already assembled RS502 Electronic Drum Rack. Before starting the steps below, therefore, be sure to assemble your RS502 as described in the Owner’s Manual that came with it. HS650A Hi-hat Stand (x1) KP100 Kick Pad (x1) NOTE Example of standard assembly If using double foot pedals and want to position them relatively far apart from one another, please setup as shown below. Cymbal pad Real Hi-hat Pad Before starting assembly, lay a drum mat (sold separately) on the floor. Alternatively, you can place cardboard from the drum kit packaging or the like on the floor to prevent it from being scratched. This is particularly important when using the HS650A Hi-hat Stand and KP100 Kick Pad. Cymbal pad DTX502/DTX700 Drum Trigger Module (x1) Tom pads Module holder (x1) Nine-channel snake cable (x1) Tuning key (x1) Tom pad DTX502/DTX700 Drum trigger module * The illustration shows the DTX502 module holder. Power adaptor (x1) XP70 Tom Pad (x3) Clamp bolt (for XP70 or XP80; x4) DTX582K/DTX720K Assembly Manual (this booklet; x1) PCY100/135/155 Owner’s Manual (x1) RHH135 Owner’s Manual (x1) XP70/80 Owner’s Manual (x1) KP100 Owner’s Manual (x1) * May not be included depending on your particular area. Please check with your Yamaha dealer. Module holder screw (x2 for DTX502 / x4 for DTX700) DTX502/DTX700 Owner’s Manual (x1) Hi-hat stand Kick pad Snare pad 2 Assemble the RS502 Electronic Drum Rack. 3 Assemble the pads and the drum trigger module to the electronic drum rack. For instructions on how to assemble the RS502 Electronic Drum Rack, refer to the Owner’s Manual that came with it. Electronic drum rack Safety Precautions Assembling the snare and tom pads Please read carefully before proceeding. The purpose of the precautions detailed below is to ensure that this electronic drum kit can be used safely without fear of injury or property damage. As a means of indicating the severity and immediacy of any risk of injury or property damage resulting from incorrect operation, these precautions are classified as either WARNING or CAUTION. The instructions displayed together with these precautions are extremely important in terms of ensuring safety, and therefore, they should be fully observed. Tom pads XP70 2. Push the snare pad onto the rack’s snare holder. Ensure that the rod section is fully inserted into the snare pad’s mounting hole, and then tighten the clamp bolt to secure the pad in place. * After reading this Assembly Manual, ensure that it is kept in a safe, convenient location for future reference. Snare pad * Be sure to also read the Assembly Manuals and/or Owner’s Manuals that came with your pads and rack. Snare holder WARNING Failure to observe the precautions described below can result in serious injury or even death. CAUTION Failure to observe the precautions described below can result in injury and/or property damage. • Young children using this electronic drum kit should be supervised by a guardian to eliminate any possibility of injury. • Mind your fingers when adjusting clamps. They can easily be crushed if care is not taken during this operation. • Holders for cymbal and tom pads have sharp tips. In order to avoid injury, therefore, you should take special care whenever handling these components. • Be careful with the tips of supports, arms, screws, and the like. Fingers can easily be injured by sharp tips if these components are not handled carefully. • The anti-slip stoppers on kick pads and foot pedals have sharp tips. In order to avoid injury, therefore, you should take special care whenever handling these components. • Do not place hands or feet under a kick pad or foot pedal. Doing so could result in injury. • Be sure to securely tighten nuts and other fasteners when setting up this electronic drum kit. In addition, be sure to proceed slowly when loosening nuts. If this precaution is not observed, pads may fall off or the rack may collapse or fall over, possibly causing injury. • Do not setup this electronic drum kit on a slope, on an unstable platform, or on any other unsafe surface. If this precaution is not observed, it may topple over or fall, possibly causing injury. • Whenever setting up this electronic drum kit, ensure that cables and the like are arranged safely. If someone were to trip on a cable, the kit could topple over and cause injury. Rod section Each time, ensure that the tom holder’s rod is fully inserted into the tom pad’s mounting hole, and then tighten the bolt to secure the pad in place. Rod section Insert 3. Loosen bolts A to D as shown below to adjust the height and angle of the snare pad. When correctly positioned, be sure to securely retighten the bolts before proceeding to the next step. Snare pad 1. • When connecting and disconnecting cables, be sure to hold the plug and not the cable itself. In addition, avoid placing heavy items on top of cables and do not allow them to touch sharp edges. Failure to avoid these precautions can lead to cable breakage and disconnection. Clamp bolt Tom holder 3. Loosen bolts A to C as shown below to adjust the height and Attach a clamp bolt to the snare pad and provisionally tighten (by five or six turns). angle of each tom pad. When correctly positioned, be sure to securely retighten the bolts before proceeding to the next step. Bolt B Bolt D • Do not climb onto the electronic drum kit and avoid placing heavy objects on it. Failure to observe this precaution can result in malfunction. • Avoid cleaning the electronic drum kit with organic solvents, paint thinner, or alcohol as these substances can cause warping and discoloration. Instead, we recommend you remove dust using a soft dry cloth or wipe clean using a moist, tightly-wrung cloth. If the electronic drum kit is very dirty, first wipe the dirt away using a cloth moistened with a neutral detergent solution and tightly wrung. Following this, wipe away the detergent solution using a cloth soaked in water and tightly wrung. 2. Push each of the tom pads onto one of the rack’s tom holders. Clamp bolt NOTICE: Usage Precautions • Do not sit or stand on the rack. Doing so could cause it to fall over or break, possibly causing injury. As with the snare pad, attach a clamp bolt to each of the three tom pads and provisionally tighten (by five or six turns). Insert • Do not use the electronic drum kit’s rack to hold acoustic drums. Doing so could cause clamps to break and the drums to fall off, which in turn could lead to injury. • Avoid using or storing the electronic drum kit in very hot locations (i.e., in direct sunlight, in close proximity to a heater, or in a closed vehicle) or in highly humid locations (i.e., in a bathroom or outdoors in wet weather). Failure to observe this precaution can lead to warping, discoloration, malfunction, or breakdown. 1. Tom pad: XP70 XP80 Snare Pad • Under no circumstances should this electronic drum kit be disassembled or customized. Failure to observe this precaution can result in injury or malfunction. Tom pads Clamp bolt (tighten in the direction of the arrow) Bolt B Bolt C Bolt A Snare pad (rear side) Bolt A Bolt C * Specifications and descriptions in this owner’s manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer. Continued on other side 1 4 Assembling the drum trigger module and cymbal pads PCY135 • Ensure that you do not lower the electronic drum rack’s center strut too much as doing so may cause it to come into contact with the kick pad. of the bolt cover as shown below, tighten the stopper’s key bolt using the tuning key. Key bolt Drum trigger module 5 Bolt cover Stopper 2. Remove the wing nut, the two felt pads, and the bolt cover 1. Cymbal holder 6. Place one of the felt pads removed in Step 2 on the cymbal Wing nut A cymbal pad’s built-in sensor is located close to the Yamaha logo found on the top surface. In order to achieve the best performance from your pad, position it such that the area around the logo can be easily struck. (See the figure above.) 7. Felt pads Bolt cover Secure the module holder to the bottom of the drum trigger module using the module holder screws. Mount the pad on the cymbal stand. Lower the pad into place with the cymbal holder’s shaft passing through the central hole. When mounted, the stopper’s pin should rest inside the pad’s smaller hole. Pads * If you were to play your cymbal pad without the stopper’s pin positioned well inside the smaller hole, the pad could rotate, causing the pin to be pulled out. It is very important, therefore, to ensure that the stopper is secured as shown in Step 5 above. Cymbal holder 8. Assemble the felt pad that came with the cymbal pad. Module holder * The second felt pad removed from the cymbal holder in Step 2 above is not required for assembly. 3. Place the stopper on the cymbal holder. * If the key bolt was not sufficiently loosened in Step 1 above, it may not be possible to pass the stopper over the cymbal holder’s shaft. In such a case, loosen the key bolt as much as possible without removing it. 2. Push the module holder into the holder clamp and tighten the * Turn the bolt cover to tighten it onto the threaded section and firmly secure it in place. clamp bolt to secure it in place. DTX502 jack names CRASH DTX700 jack names SNARE q SNARE q SNARE TOM1 w TOM1/!0 w TOM1 TOM2 e TOM2/!1 e TOM2 TOM3 r TOM3/!2 r TOM3 RIDE t RIDE t RIDE CRASH y CRASH y CRASH1 KICK u KICK/i o KICK/!0 HI HAT o HI HAT i HI HAT HH CON HI-HAT CONTROL HI-HAT CONTROL RIDE HI HAT HH CON TOM3 SNARE TOM2 3. In the case of snare and tom pads, wrap the cables around the cable clips to prevent them from being pulled out. Wing nut Felt pad that came with cymbal Cymbal pad TOM1 Excessive bending can damage pad cables. Ensure, therefore, that these cables are not bent at an extreme angle when wrapped around the clips. NOTICE Smaller hole 6 Felt pad Threaded section Insert Locations of pad jacks KICK Cymbal pad Bolt cover Stopper Drum trigger module + module holder 9. Tighten the wing nut to secure the pad to the cymbal holder. Stopper’s pin 4. Replace the bolt cover. Front side Plug the straight ends of the nine-channel snake cable into the trigger input jacks on the back of the drum trigger module. 2. Plug the L-shaped ends of the nine-channel snake cable into the corresponding pads. holder. Drum trigger module Drum trigger module (rear side) As described below, connect the output of each pad to the corresponding trigger input jack on the drum trigger module. • When using the standard setup, the stickers on each of the snake cable’s plugs will indicate the name of the corresponding pad. from the cymbal holder. * Two screws for DTX502 / Four screws for DTX700 Connect the pads to the drum trigger module. Full contact Tuning key Module holder screws • Lay a drum mat (sold separately) on the floor underneath the hi-hat stand and the kick pad. Alternatively, you can place cardboard from the drum kit packaging or the like on the floor to prevent it from being scratched. 5. With the stopper making full contact with the bottom surface Using the tuning key, loosen the stopper’s key bolt. Stopper 1. NOTICE Cymbal pads 1. PCY135 Arrange the hi-hat stand and the kick pad as shown in Example of standard assembly on the other side of this sheet. Bolt cover Pin 1. Cymbal holder Stopper Clamp bolt Connect the drum trigger module to a power supply. Cymbal holder Plug the power adaptor’s DC cord into the the cord clip to secure it in place. connector. Hook the power adaptor’s DC cord around Drum trigger module’s rear panel Holder clamp connector Assembling the hi-hat stand Cord clip 1. If a drum mat (sold separately) is not available, lay a sheet of cardboard on the floor to protect it from being scratched. 2. Loosen the hi-hat stand’s wing bolt a. 3. Open up the three legs as shown below and then retighten the wing bolt a to lock them in place. 4. Insert the footboard stabilizer rods into the frame holes as shown below. 5. As shown on the right, loosen the hi-hat clutch’s wing bolt b 6. Remove the hi-hat shaft 7. Insert the hi-hat shaft the lower tube Wing bolt a Hi-hat clutch and remove the hi-hat clutch. * The illustration shows the DTX502 drum trigger module. * The hi-hat clutch is not required when assembling the electronic drum kit in the standard fashion described in this manual. Instead, the hi-hat clutch that came with the RHH135 Real Hi-Hat Pad will be used. from the upper tube . from Step 6 as far as it will go into and screw in the tip. Felt washer 2. Using the cable bands, secure the cables to the electronic drum rack at the positions circled in the figure b on the right. ( Cymbal support plate Cymbal support plate 3. Plug the adaptor’s AC cord into a domestic wall socket. c 8. Insert the upper tube over the hi-hat shaft and tighten the wing bolt c to secure it in place with the cymbal support plate approximately half way between the top of the lower tube and the top of the hi-hat shaft . 7 9. Remove the felt pad attached above the cymbal support plate. It is not required when assembling the electronic drum kit in the standard fashion described in this manual. 10. Assemble the RHH135 Real Hi-hat Pad. Footboard stabilizer rod Footboard stabilizer rod * For detailed instructions, refer to the Setting Up section in the RHH135 Owner’s Manual. Setting up the drum trigger module. [For DTX582K Owners] [For DTX720K Owners] Select the “DTX582K” trigger setup on the DTX502 drum trigger module. (For details on the trigger setup procedure, see “Trigger Setup” from the DTX502 Owner’s Manual.) If “DTX582K” is not displayed on the selection screen, select the “DTX562K” trigger setup, and then make the following adjustment. Select the “DTX720K” trigger setup on the DTX700 drum trigger module. (For details on the trigger setup procedure, see “Selecting a Sensitivity for the Entire Kit” from the DTX700 Owner’s Manual.) If “DTX720K” is not displayed on the selection screen, please upgrade your DTX700’s firmware version. Visit the following web page for information on the latest DTX700 firmware version and to download firmware version upgrades. http://download.yamaha.com/ • Kick pad output (LEVEL) adjustment: Adjust the trigger output to your desired setting by using the KP100 kick pad’s level adjustment knob. For details, see “Adjusting the Output Level” from the KP100 Owner’s Manual. Assembling the kick pad 1. ) If a drum mat (sold separately) is not available, lay a sheet of cardboard on the floor to protect it from being scratched. Spring washer • Kick pad output (LEVEL) adjustment: Adjust the trigger output to your desired setting by using the KP100 kick pad’s level adjustment knob. For details, see “Adjusting the Output Level” from the KP100 Owner’s Manual. Flat washer Wing bolt 2. Remove the two wing bolts, spring washers, and flat washers from the kick pad frame, and line up each set If you would prefer not to upgrade your firmware version, select the “DTX700K” trigger setup, and then make the following adjustment. nearby in the order of removal. 3. Join the base section to the frame as shown on the right, and then secure it in place by assembling the wing Frame bolts, spring washers, and flat washers removed in the previous step from the base side. Base Frame Your electronic drum kit is now ready. 2 * For instructions on turning on the drum trigger module, producing sounds, and other subsequent steps, please refer to the Owner’s Manual that came with the module.