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Yamaha DTXpress IV Special

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mgc77's review

By mgc77, 04/09/2014
Used since 2007, I have to part with it after 7 years of loyal service.
After testing a few model Roland, tried a bit "rubbery" noise for my taste, I bought a 2 DTXPRESS who had already won me over and I was finally past the high-end of the period the DTXPRESS 4 .
No negative point to make. Early learning settings is a bit long, but once you have understood all the specifics, it rolls of thunder!
Value for extraordinary prices.
I would do without a doubt the same choice if I decided to return to the electronics.
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Trs good report qualitpossibilitprix

By karl grelet, 10/10/2010
For how long have you been using it?
I use it for 15 days.
APRS almost a month of testing and research information in stores and on the web DIFFERENT models and brands, I could "bnficier of" A model of exposure of the Yamaha showroom via a department store in Paris drumkit.
I take this opportunity to thank them for their seriousness, their hospitality and perfect monitoring.

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Alesis DM 6: the sounds are very poorly finaliss (grsillement)
DM10 Alesis studio kit: too noisy and doubt about the quality of the pads and their durability
Roland HD1: a simple toy
Roland TD6: not too bad for the price but I did not like the feel of the snare and limit module
Roland TD 9: INTERESTED especially with skins too but mesch CHRE
Yamaha DTXPLORER: Limit module but less than a toy HD1
yamaha Dtx 550: very good feeling but off budget
What is the specific feature you like best:
The quality of the materials seem very good. The stand is stable and easy to mount.
It was from a model that has a showroom ... so I was afraid that the pads are greatly marked APRS weeks of testing. Well, in DBAL the drumkit, I found it was like new. Quality of the materials without a doubt. The pads mark very soon.

I MODEL spcial V2 is to say that original, I have two crashes, a ride and the hihat is not a simple pad, it rises like a "real" charley this which gives a lot of realism.
The pads and cymbals are quieter than the Roland.
The module allows you to add pads (12 entries)
The sounds are GPs and ruffed to play all styles.
The groove is awesome check for s'entraner.
The connector jack "allows calmly consider replacing cables dfectueux (The Roland TD6 TD and 9 use cables owner)
What is the specific feature you like least?
No midi in the songs to play on are basic.
How do you report qualitprix?
Excellent. For 1030 euros is a very good report / possibilitqualit
With exprience, you do again this election?
For now I would do this choice without a doubt.
I liked the look of the Roland TD20, but the price ... ale ... meshes and skins I agree somewhat.

Scalable, robust and silent, yamaha sought not my expectations perfectly.






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jlk17's review

By jlk17, 20/11/2007
I plan to invest in a drumkit-mail. The Yamaha DTXPRESS VI seems to fit my music and financirs CRITERIA.
I am quite sensitive to the quality and the rponse charley and cymbals. ??
At almost the same price j'hsite ROLAND TD6 KX with the skin with mesh.
All information are welcome.
In advance thank you.
Jlouis
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Glögg's review

By Glögg, 06/08/2007
How long have you use it?
For 2 months.
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Samples of the first acoustic sounds that are, APRS me much better than Roland, and as I n'tais trs not interested by the sounds "gadgets" that the there are also on electronic (there are also fewer Yamaha), I am fully satisfied. Then the set of cymbals that come with the set, good feeling, and with 3 cymbals home with two tri-zone, the possibility to do things just because honntes and varied. Then I found the feel of the pads enjoyable, for my part I have no problem of vibration, especially since I use Anti-vibe Zildjian in which APRS 2 months of use plutt convinced me. Finally, 3-zone snare, large enough, so ease of use, it lands on one foot ... foot! (Ah ah) And finally a, I find the installation of the set easily adjustable and comfortable, which is gnral my opinion one of the weaknesses of electronic sets.
Ngatif point, I would see that the pads as toms are single-zone, and also the sound "hollow" the impact that produced the hat pad, even if it is satisfactory to use elsewhere.
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Compared my budget I tried also the TD6KX of Roland that I found much on the spot but when I tried the Yamaha, I could only change their minds.
- How do you report qualitprix?
Excellent. 3 cymbals, a trs good snare pad, comfort in the game, trs good acoustic kits. It all does well thought out by Yamaha.
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Absolutely. Especially since I ressay the TD6KX since, and I t even more convinced that I felt much better derrire the Yamaha!
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Yamaha DTXpress IV Special tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Yamaha
  • Model:DTXpress IV Special
  • Series:DTX
  • Category:Electronic Drum Kits
  • Added in our database on: 09/16/2008

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