2. Manual Development Group © 2018 Yamaha Corporation Published 08/2014 POMA*.*-**A0 ELECTRONIC DRUM KIT DTX482K Owner’s Manual EN Assembly Guide (1/2) To assemble the DTX482K, refer to this Owner’s Manual and the DTX402K, DTX432K, and DTX452K Owner’s Manual VAU5550 Fully Assembled DTX482K Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha DTX482K! As a high-end model of the DTX402 series, the DTX482K comes standard with three cymbal pads (two crashes and one ride) and the DTX-series XP80 Snare Pad. We recommend that you read this manual carefully so that you can fully take advantage of the advanced and convenient functions of the instrument. We also recommend that you keep this manual in a safe and handy place for future reference. Step 10 Step 9 Step 8 Step 5 Step 9 Before using this product, be sure to read the “PRECAUTIONS” on pages 4 to 5 on the DTX402K, DTX432K, and DTX452K Owner’s Manual. Step 7 NOTICE Additional cymbal pad Step 6 Some objects made of rubber and similar materials can easily stain the drumhead of the snare pad. Do not leave such objects in contact with the drumhead for a long period of time. Pay special attention to avoid stacking the pads when putting them in storage, for example. Cable band position 1. Package Content CAUTION Step 4 • Choose a flat, hard surface on which to assemble your electronic drum kit. After opening up the package containing your electronic drum kit, please verify that all of the following parts are present. Step 2 Step 1 DTX482K Package Content Rack (Large) • Take care to avoid mixing up parts or assembling them in the wrong direction. In addition, the assembly steps should be completed one at a time in the order described. Step 3 Rod for the snare pad Hi-hat holder Cymbal holders (×2) • The assistance of at least one other person will be required when assembling the electronic drum kit. Rack (Small) No Stopper Stopper Step 12 • Once a piece has been assembled, be sure to tighten the corresponding key bolts. Drum module Step 11 Pipe for TOM3 1. Crash cymbal pad 3. Slide the holder clamp onto the TOM3 pipe, and lightly tighten the clamp bolt of the cymbal holder. Loosen the (1, 2) key bolts and detach the pipe for TOM3. w Cymbal/hi-hat pads (×2) Step 12 Attaching the cymbal holder for the additional cymbal pad. KP65 Kick pad • To disassemble your electronic drum kit, carry out the assembly sequence in reverse. Pipe for TOM3 HH65 Hi-hat controller FP6110A Foot pedal Holder clamp r 2 Clamp bolt Sensor (bumps) e Nine-channel snake cable Drum key Cable bands (×3) 4. AC adaptor * May not be included depending on your particular area. Please check you’re your Yamaha dealer. q DTX482K Owner’s Manual (this booklet) DTX402K, DTX432K, and DTX452K Owner’s Manual KP65 Owner’s Manual XP70, XP80 Owner’s Manual Additional Cymbal pad Cymbal holder (×1) Stopper (×1) 2. 1 Pipe for TOM3 Loosen the clamp bolt of the cymbal holder. XP80 Snare Pad 5. Cymbal pad (×1) Attach the TOM3 pipe back to the large rack. XP80 main unit (×1) Clamp bolt (×1) Clamp bolt Stereo audio cable (×1) Tighten the key bolt ( in the above figure) on the large rack and the clamp bolt of the cymbal holder. Step 1 Cymbal holder Step 2 Step 3 Turn the entire large rack over and continue with the assembly by following the instructions on pages 13 and 14 of the DTX402K, DTX432K, and DTX452K Owner’s Manual Continue to the other side. 1 2. Step 4 1. 3. Assembly Guide (2/2) 8. Attaching an additional cymbal pad Attaching the XP80 Snare Pad Attach the rod for the snare pad to the small rack, and then tighten the key bolt () by using a tuning key to secure the rod. Rod for the snare pad Attaching an additional cymbal pad requires a stopper. By properly attaching the stopper prevents the cymbal pad from spinning during your performance and protects cables from damage. 1. Pass the end of the cymbal holder shaft through the large hole at the center of the cymbal pad, and the stopper pin through the small hole in the cymbal pad (fig. 6). NOTE If the stopper pin does not reach the small hole in the cymbal pad, the stopper will not hold the cymbal pad properly. Make sure to secure the stopper position as shown in Step 6. Rotate the cymbal holder upward and tighten the clamp bolt, and then bring the cymbal tilter upward (fig. 1). 9. Place the other felt pad on the cymbal holder (fig. 6). 10. Screw the wing nut to secure the pad to the cymbal holder (fig. 6). Cymbal holder Setting up the drum module Before you start using the drum module, power it up while simultaneously pressing number button . Doing this optimizes the settings on your drum module for the DTX482K. Once the setup for the DTX482K is complete, there is no need to perform this procedure every time you turn on the drum module. 1. While holding down the number button , press [ (Standby/On) button. ] Wing nut cymbal tilter 2. Felt pad Lightly screw the clamp bolt into the socket on the snare pad. (Rotate the clamp bolt five to six times.) Stopper Cup Pad Clamp bolt 3. XP80 Snare Pad Hold Cup Pad Smaller hole The number button  flashes while the settings on the drum module are updated. (fig. 1) 2. 3. Loosen the key bolt on the stopper with a tuning key (fig. 2). 4. Slide the stopper onto the cymbal holder’s shaft (fig. 4). Bolt cover Remove the wing nut, two felt pads, and the bolt cover from the cymbal holder (fig. 3). Pin Cymbal holder Stopper NOTE Attach the XP80 Snare Pad to the rod, and then tighten the clamp bolt to secure the snare pad. Rod for the snare pad Felt pad If the key bolt was not sufficiently loosened in Step 2, it may not be possible to slide the stopper onto the cymbal holder’s shaft. If this occurs, loosen the key bolt as much as possible without removing it. 5. (fig. 6) NOTICE Screw down the bolt cover to secure it into position (fig. 4). Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Stopper XP80 Snare Pad Key bolt Step 14 Follow the instructions on pages 18 to 20 on the DTX402K, DTX432K, and DTX452K Owner’s Manual. For Step 12 and Step 14 , refer to the example for DTX452K. Using the cable bands, secure the cables to the kit rack at the positions. Clamp bolt CAUTION Tuning key Leave a gap of about a half inch between the base of the rod and the snare pad. 1 Connecting an additional cymbal (fig. 2) Bolt cover Wing nut 1. Connect the L-shaped plug of the stereo phone cable into the [OUTPUT] jack of the cymbal pad. 2. Connect the other plug to the [PAD > IN] jack on the KP65 kick pad. Felt pads Cymbal pad Stopper Bolt cover 2 KP65 Kick pad Cymbal holder Cymbal holder 4. Adjust the angle of the snare pad by first loosening the key bolt (1 and 2 in the above figure). Tighten the key bolt securely after the adjustment. Stereo phone cable (fig. 3) 6. Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Follow the instructions on pages 15 to 17 on the DTX402K, DTX432K, and DTX452K Owner’s Manual. With Step 5 , refer to the example for the DTX452K. Place the stopper to make full contact with the bottom surface of the bolt cover and tighten the key bolt with a tuning key to secure the stopper (fig. 5). (fig. 4) Bolt cover Full contact Stopper Step 9 Step 10 (fig. 5) 7. This completes the setup. Place one of the felt pads removed at Step 3 to the cymbal holder (fig. 6). 2 Initializing the drum module erases the settings for the DTX482K. After initializing the drum module, make the initial settings for the DTX482K by carrying out the procedure shown above.
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