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Millenium 14" Stereo Cymbal Pad MPS-600

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Stereo cymbal pad

  • Size: 14"
  • Can be used as ride cymbal with cymbal surface as playing region or as a crash cymbal with cymbal edge as playing region, or can be assigned sounds
  • After a crash hit on the edge, the cymbal tone can be choked by holding the outer edge with your hand
  • Compatible with all standard Roland V-Drum modules (TD-3/TD-6/TD-9/TD-12 and TD-20)
  • Includes cable and anti-twist function
Size in inch 14"
Mono No
Stereo Yes
Three Zones No
Round Cymbal Yes
Item number 238729
£45
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Budget soultion that is better then expected
pumpal 25.11.2017
The pad is well put together from good materials and triggers better then one would expect for that money out of the box.
Couple of things you may not notice:
First, this pad is 3 zone - it has two membrane switches - one around the edge and another under the bell area. The bell switch is wired through a 10KOhm resistor as on the Yamaha e-cymbals so folks with Yamaha modules may find this pad interesting as it will trigger 3 zones for them. ATV owners can benefit too if wanted a 14" ride cymbal - just set type as PCY-135
Second, important for Roland owners - the piezo is oddly wired through 65KOhm resistor and so the pad is too cold. I had to pump sens up to 19 to make it reach 127.

But the good part: If you are a little into DIY and not afraid to solder a wire, you can make it a really great pad. All you need to do is bypass that 65KOhm with a wire so piezo goes directly to tip. And if add a second 35mm piezo in the already existing spot - then it becomes a really great pad!
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PRODUCTO MUY BÁSICO PERO BUEN PRECIO
Matías_98 01.04.2019
Por el precio que tiene no se puede exigir mucho. Como crash puede funcionar bien, pero si se quiere usar como ride es muy poco sensible.
Además, no distingue bien entre las distintas zonas. Tiene una zona muy sensible cerca de la campana, pero luego el resto del platillo hay que pegarle muy fuerte para que suene.
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Por otro lado, es MUY RUIDOSO. Al ser una goma dura, el sonido que emite es bastante fuerte. Dato a tener en cuenta si se tienen vecinos.

Al poco tiempo de uso, se desgasta la goma y queda marcada con los golpes del palo.

Como pro, es un plato grande por el precio que tiene. Encontrar platillos de este tamaño a tan bajo precio es difícil.

Es el mismo platillo chino que usan otras marcas como alesis, millenium y otras. La única diferencia es la marca que los distribuye.

El cable que viene es bueno y la mariposa de plástico pero está bien.

No volvería a comprarlo. Solamente en caso de un muy bajo presupuesto y buscando usarlo como crash.
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A very good option for a ride pad
Belzebut 09.07.2019
I wanted to expand my playing to have a second 'ride' pad to play with my left hand also. This was the best choice I found for my drum set. Already familiar with Millenium cymbals, I ordered this one and have no problems with it. The playability is very good, it's a heavy ride cymbal, with two zones. It has good response for both zones, no problems here. It's one of my favorite cymbals in my e-drum set since it's so realistic in striking. Noise is not a problem, it's not noisier than say the kick drum pad. Totally recommend this product
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great cymbal
martyb 26.01.2021
i bouoght this as an add-on for my kit. had some issues if im honest - i bought the MPS850 kit and wanted to split a cymbal to double up, was assured this was the one, but was incompatible. i have very similar cymbals on my kit and can confirm they are great value, sturdy, chokeable cymbals. well worth the money. just be aware that they dont all work with different kits - but if you ask thomann guys, they will help you out. one of the things i like most about thomann - is their customer service. very good.
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