Millenium DM-50 Drum Satellite Monitor System, Input: 6.35mm Stereo Drum input and Auxiliary input, Treble, Middle, Bass Soundcontrol, Master Volume, Power consumption: 60W, Loudspeaker: 10" Woofer and a pair of 3" Satellite loudspeakers, Dimensions: 340(W) x 340(D) x 330(H)mm, Satellite: 120(W) x 95(D) x 150(H)mm
I use this system at home or for hearing my V Drums or acoustic drum kit when using triggers in small rooms or locations. I've found it reliable and the sound quality is more than adequate for my needs. The monitor has proven stable and worth the money with daily use but I have only used it with the Roland TD-30 Module on my electronic kit. However; the satellite- tweeter speakers are ok; nothing to dazzle you there, but they do the job nicely. I have to say the main monitor is much better quality than the tweeters which have a covering that is cheap and seems glued on and which without using "kid gloves" when handling would easily tear. For the price it is remarkably good and I have tested it in gigs as a personal feedback monitor-and it coped very well. High end gear will naturally be better quality but it is brilliant for the beginner to intermediate drummer/percussionist and works well in a small professional home studio/gig scenario. For home practice it is fabulous, and I highly recommend it when triggering drums in an apartment close by other neighbours. If in the U.K. like myself, do buy a converter plug for the German 2 pin plug or enquire before if it comes with the 3 pin we use in the U.K.-It is worth it.