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ELECTRONIC DRUM SET

USER MANUAL

Operation Warning

Instruction for Prevention of Fire, Electric Shock, & Physical Injury

About Warning & Caution Signs

WARNING

This sign indicates the risk of serious physical injury or even death. Please operate the machine according to instructions.

CAUTION

This sign indicates the risk of serious physical injury and even death. Please operate the machine according to instructions.

*Object damage refers to any harm or adverse effects to household, furniture, pets, and etc.

About Signs

This sign indicates a warning or caution. Please read the accompanied instruction to prevent any dangers.

This sign indicates any forbidden activity.

This sign indicates an instructional procedure for users to follow with.

ALWAyS fOLLOW ThE INSTRUCTIONS

AS DESCRIbED bELOW

2

WARNING

Please read the following instruction before operation.

Do not open or, in any way, modify the machine or adapter.

Do not attempt to repair the machine, or replace any internal parts by yourself, unless instructed to do so by the manual. In case of technical need, please contact with your retailer, or their customer service, or any recognized retailers printed on the information page.

Do not store or operate the machine under the following described conditions:

• Near areas with extreme temperature. (For example, in the car under the sun, near a heat venting pipe, and etc.)

• In very humid environments. (For example, in the bathroom, in the toilet, on wet floor, and etc.)

• Exposing to rain.

• In the sand.

• In shaking & unstable environments.

Operate the machine with the recommended support stands and accessories only.

WARNING

For proper operation, make sure that the support stands are placed on flat and stable ground in order to support the machine safely and stably.

Use only the included adapter. Make sure that the voltage of the socket matches the voltage indicated on your adapter to prevent damage or electric shock.

Please do not over-twist or overbend the power cable, or place any objects on it. Doing so may result in short-circuit that can lead to fire and electric shock.

Please do not operate the machine with high volume over a long period of time regardless of using an amplifier or a headphone, to prevent damage to your hearing. Should any hearing discomfort results, stop using the machine and consult a hearing doctor.

Prevent letting any object like coins or pins, or any liquid slip inside the machine.

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WARNING

Should any of the following situations result, please stop operation and remove the adapter from the socket, and consult with your retailer, the nearest customer service, or any of the recognized retailers listed on the information page:

• The adapter or the power cable is damaged.

• An object, or liquid has slipped into the interior of the machine.

• The machine has been exposed in rain, or has got wet.

• The machine is not operating or is operating with noticeable problems.

If there were children in the household, the adults should be responsible of ateaching the children to follow the safety precautions explained in the manual.

Do not share the power supply with too many adapters at the same time.

When using an extension power supply, please make sure that the total power usage does not exceed the limit stated on the extension power supply. Doing so may result in melting of the cables and fire.

When using the machine in other countries, please consult your retailer, the nearest customer service, or any of the recognized retailers listed on the information page.

CAUTION

Always place the machine and the adapter in areas with good airflow.

When inserting or removing the power cable into/from the socket or the machine, always grab the plug instead of the cable.

If you plan not to operate the machine for a long period of time, please remove the adapter from the socket.

To prevent the cables from tangling, place the cables out of reach of children.

Do not place heavy objects on the machine.

When moving the machine, or during insertion/removal of the plug, always use dry hands.

When moving the machine, or during insertion/removal of the plug, always use dry hands.

Please turn off the power and remove the adapter from the socket before cleaning the machine.

When there is a risk of lightning strike, please remove the adapter from the socket.

4

Precautions

Please read the following precautions aside from the safety instructions

Power Supply

• Do not share the power supply with other electronics that can produce cable statics, for example, electric motors.

• It is normal for direct current (DC) to produce heat with extended usage, and there is no need to be worried.

• Before connecting the machine to other equipments, always turn off the power to prevent damage.

Placement/Location

• Operating the machine near a postamplifier or machines that use high-power converters, buzzing may result. To prevent this problem, please change the machine’s facing direction, or place the machine away from the interrupting sources.

• This machine may interfere with the radios and televisions. Please do not operate the machines near them.

• Do not place the machine under sun, or near any heat source, as high temperature may cause the machine to deform or discolor.

• To prevent permanent damage, please do not expose the machine to moist or in humid environments.

Additional Precautions

• During operation, please handle with care to prevent any damage.

• Do not hit or press against the display screen.

• Always grab the heads of cables during insertion/removal to prevent damage to the cables or the machine.

• To prevent disturbing your neighbors, please operate the machine at an acceptable volume, or use a headphone, especially at nights.

• Although the machine is designed to minimize unwanted noise during operation, the percussive sound may still pass through the floor or walls, resulting in unexpected noise.

Please be careful not to let such sound disturb your neighbors, especially at nights.

• When transporting the machine, please use the original or similar stuffing and box.

• Please use offical cables for connection.

When using cables from other companies, please note the following:

Some cables may consist of resistors, which may be incompatible and result in extremely low volume. For information about the specifications of cables, please consult with the manufacturers.

• Please do not hit the pads with excessive force to prevent the risk of hurting your fingers.

Maintenance

• For normal cleaning, please use soft cloth with little or no moist for wiping. For tougher spots, use neutral-pH and wear-free cleaner then use dry soft cloth to wipe clean.

• Never use volatile oil, diluting solutions, alcohol, or any other kinds of solvents to prevent the machine from deforming or discoloring.

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A1 A2

Accessories

A3 B1 B2

Sound Module x1

L1

Pad x4

L2

Cymbal x3

L3

Drum Stick

(1 set) x1

B3

Headphones x1

B4

Adapter x1

A4

Hi-Hat

Controller x1

L-L Mono

Sound Cable

(Black) x6

A5

L-L Streao

Sound Cable

(Red) x3

B5

Cable Tie x2

Bass Drum

Controller x1

Velcro x6

User

Manual x1

6

P1

Floor Pad

P2

Ø3.81 (cm)

Stopper

P3

Ø2.22 (cm)

Stopper

Parts

P4

Bolt

P5

Washer

P6

Bolt

P7

Nut x4 x2

Spare Parts

P4~P7 x8

C1

Ø2.22 Pad

Connector x14 x14 x8

Connectors

C2 C3

Ø1.27 Pad

Connector Adjustable Bar x22

C4

U-shape Plate &

Double Screws

S1

S2

S3

S4

S5

S6

S7

S8

S9

S10 x2 x2 x2

Support Stand

x2 x1

Ø3.81 x40 (cm) x1

Ø3.81 x57 (cm) x1

x2

Ø3.81 x40 (cm) x1 x2

Ø3.81 x75 (cm) x1

Ø2.22 x65 (cm) x1 x4

x3

Ø2.22 x40 (cm) x1

Ø2.22 x40 (cm) x2

Ø1.27 x40 (cm) x2

Ø1.27 x20 (cm) x3

7

Ø3.81 x75 (cm) x1

x1

x2

S4

S5

S6

S7

S2

S3

Step

1

S1

P1

X4

X1 (40 cm)

X1 (57 cm)

X1 (40 cm)

X1 (75 cm)

X1 ( 65 cm)

X1 ( 75 cm)

X1 (40 cm)

8

S6

S5

S4

P1

S1

S7

P1

S2

9

P1

S3

P1

Step

2

C3

S8

S9

S10

X2

Ø2.22 x40 (cm) x2

Ø1.27 x40 (cm) x2

Ø1.27 x20 (cm) x3

C3

C3

S9

5

8

6

7

9

S10

10

11

S10

S10

14

S8

3

S9

12

13

4

S8

1

2

10

Step

3

P4

P5

P7 x14 x14

X14

P7 P5 P4

P4

P5

① ② ③ ④

P7

⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑫ ⑬

P4

P5

P7

⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ ⑭

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P4

P5

P7

Step

4

A2

P6

P7

C1

C2

P7

P7 x4 x8 x8 x2 x2

C1

C2

P6

P6

A2

Depression Convex

Below are examples of wrong assembly.

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Step

5

A2

A3

P2

P3 x4 x3

X2

X8

A3

A3

A2

P2

A2

A3

A2 A2

P3

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Mounting on the stand

A1 x1

C4 x1

Position the Sound

Module onto the Bar and fold the U-Shape Plate upwards around the bar.

Secure the U-Shape

Plate to the back of the Sound Module with

Screws.

A1

C4

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Controller

A4

Hi-Hat

Controller x1

A4 reverse side label:

Hi-Hat

Hi-Hat

A5 reverse side label:

Bass Drum

Bass Drum

A5

Bass Drum

Controller x1

B5

Velcro

X6 reverse side b5

Velcro floor mat

(no provide)

A3

Choke Effect x2

④ CyMbAL1

⑦ CyMbAL2

A3

choke effect

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Sound Cable

L2

(Black) x6

L3

(Blue) x3

Connect the Sound

Cables to the Drum

Pads,Pedals and Sound

Module.

Black: mono

Red: stereo

② SNARE

③ TOM1

⑧ TOM2

⑨ TOM3

(Black)

L2

L3

(Red)

① hI-hAT

④ CyMbAL1

⑦ CyMbAL2

L2

⑤ hI-hAT CTRL

⑥ bASS DRUM CTRL

(Black)

④ ⑦

③ ⑧

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① hI-hAT

② SNARE

③ TOM1

④ CyMbAL1

⑤ hI-hAT

CTRL

⑥ bASS DRUM

CTRL

Conecting the Pads

(Red)

(Black)

PHONES

DC IN

LINE IN

⑦ CyMbAL2

⑧ TOM2

⑨ TOM3

⑩ BASS DRUM

optional

MIDI OUT

mobile phone music player

NOTE

① HI-HAT ④ CYMBAL1 and ⑦ CYMBAL2 must use Stereo Sound Cables

(red, 2 parallel black lines at the tip) for connection to the Sound Module.

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Console Control Introduction

POWER

① mobile phone music player

VOLUME

DC IN (DC 5V1A)

For connection of the power adapter.

PHONES (3.5mm stereo)

For connection of a headphone.

POWER

Switch power on/off.

VOLUME

For adjusting the system volume

NOTE

To prevent damage to speakers, always turn down the volume before inserting or removing sound cables.

LINE IN (3.5mm stereo)

For connection of a sound input source like a portable music player, a mobile phone, other instruments or another sound source. The sound is directed to PHONES.

MIDI OUT (5-pin DIN)

For transmitting MIDI data.

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About MIDI

MIDI (Musical Instrument Digitable

Interface) is an industry-standard protocol that enables electronic musical instruments, computers, and other equipment to communicate, control, and synchronize with each other. MIDI allows computers, synthesizers, MIDI controllers, sound cards, samplers and drum machines to control one another, and to exchange system data.

Console Operation

Percussion Sound Module

Percussion Sound Module

& Metronome

Drum Styles

Remove the protector first, it may cause unexpected damage.

Press these buttons to Select a Drum Style.

The Selected Drum Style will be displayed on the left side of the Sound Module’s screen; the picture of the Sound Module, above, displays Selection of ROCK Style. When the

Sound Module is turned on, the setting will default to ROCK Style.

Available Drum Styles: ROCK/ JAZZ/

METAL/ BLUES/ POWER/ TECHNO/

MARCH/ LATIN/ TAIKO/ TIMBALE/

FUSION

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Sound Set

Press this button to Select a Sound Set for the current Drum Style. There are up to 4 Sound Sets per Drum Style.

TECHNO, MARCH, and TAIKO Styles only have 1 Sound Set. The Selected

Sound Set Number will be displayed to the right of a hyphen on the right side of the screen; the picture of the Sound

Module, above, displays Selection of

Sound Set 1. When the Sound Module is turned on, the setting will default to

Sound Set 1.

NOTE

Refer to the Styles & Sounds List page for specific percussion sounds .

Reverb

Press this button to Toggle Reverb

On or Off. The function of Reverb is to simulate the component of sound that results from reflections from surrounding walls or objects, like an echo. An will be displayed to the right of the Sound Set Number to designate Reverb On. If the Sound

Module’s screen only displays a Drum

Style and a Sound Set, this designates

Reverb Off. When the Sound Module is turned on, the setting will default to

Reverb Off.

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Metronome

Click Mode

(Metronome)

Press this button to Switch to the

Metronome Display, above, and

Turn On the Metronome. While the

Metronome Display is shown, press this button again to Turn Off the

Metronome. If the Metronome is not

Turned Off nor its settings adjusted, the Metronome Display will eventually revert back to the Drum Style & Sound

Set Display, and the Metronome will continue to play.

Beat Count

Press this button to Select the

Metronome’s Beat Count. The picture of the Sound Module, above, displays

Selection of Beat Count 3/4. When the Sound Module is turned on and

Switched to Metronome, the setting will default to Beat Count 4/4.

Tempo

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Press these buttons to Adjust the

Tempo of the Beat Count. The Tempo will be displayed as a 3 digit number, with a minimum of 30 and a maximum of 250; the picture of the Sound

Module, above, displays a Tempo of

118. When the Sound Module is turned on and Switched to Click Mode, the setting will default to a Tempo of 120.

Audio Sampling Frequency 16bit 44.1kHz WAV

Maximum Polyphony 32 notes

Voices 11 Categories, 168 high sound quality audio

Drum kits 32 preset drum modes

Sensor 128 level ultra realistic velocity sensor

Effect Reverb

Metronome 30-250 BPM, 3 kinds of beats

Wiring Terminal LINE IN(3.5 Stereo), PHONES(3.5 Stereo),

MIDI OUT(5-pin DIN), DC IN(AC adaptor)

Connectors Hi-Hat, Snare, Tom1, Tom2, Tom3, Cymbal1,

Cymbal2, Bass Drum, H.H.Ctrl, Bass Ctrl

Power DC 5V

Quiescent Current 500mA

Dimensions 17.5(W)x12(D)x5.5(H)cm

Weight 335g

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Styles & Sounds List

ROCK

JAZZ

METAL bLUES

POWER

TEChNO

MARCh

LATIN

TAIKO

TIMbALE fUSION

1

2

1

2

3

4

2

3

4

1

1

2

3

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

4

1

1 hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT

RATTLE

2

RATTLE

3

RATTLE hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT hI-hAT

2

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

LOW

CONGA

3

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

OPEN hIGh

CONGA

4

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2 fLOOR

CONGA

LOW

CONGA

SIDE

CONGA

SNARE

CONGA

SIDE STICK

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

SNARE

OPEN hIGh

CONGA

OPEN hIGh

CONGA

TOM1 hIGh

TIMbALE hIGh

TIMbALE

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1

TOM1 fLOOR

CONGA fLOOR

CONGA

TOM2

LOW

TIMbALE

LOW

TIMbALE

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

TOM2

5 6

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

SCRAPE

CRASh1 hIGh

WOOD bLOCK

TOM3

TOM3

SIDE STICK

TOM3

TOM3

TOM3

SIDE STICK

TOM3

TOM3

TOM3

SIDE STICK

TOM3

TOM3

TOM3

SIDE STICK

TOM3

TOM3

TOM3

SIDE STICK

TOM3

ShOUT

TOM3

MUTE hIGh

CONGA hIGh

WOOD bLOCK

COWbELL

TOM3

MUTE hIGh

CONGA

COWbELL

TOM3

TOM3

SIDE STICK

TOM3

CRASh1

CRASh1

ChINA1

SPLASh

CyMbAL

SPLASh

CyMbAL

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

CRASh1

7

CRASh2

RIDE bELL

RIDE

CyMbAL

ChINA

CRASh2

RIDE bELL

RIDE

CyMbAL

ChINA

CRASh2

RIDE bELL

RIDE

CyMbAL

ChINA

CRASh2

RIDE bELL

RIDE

CyMbAL

ChINA

CRASh2

RIDE bELL

RIDE

CyMbAL

ChINA bEEP

CRASh2

COWbELL

RIDE bELL

RIDE

CyMbAL

ChINA2

RIDE

CyMbAL

RIDE

CyMbAL

CRASh2

RIDE bELL

RIDE

CyMbAL

ChINA

8 bASS bASS bASS

COWbELL bASS bASS bASS

COWbELL bASS bASS bASS

COWbELL bASS bASS bASS

COWbELL bASS bASS bASS

COWbELL bASS bASS bASS bASS bASS bASS bASS bASS bASS bASS bASS

COWbELL

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