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Wed, Mar. 1st, 2006, 11:19 pm
I have the TD-3S V-Compact Drum Set, and the 1/4" output...

I have the TD-3S V-Compact Drum Set, and the 1/4" output is a powered signal both from the headphone jack and the instrument "to amp" output. Both outputs are too hot and the cymbal crashes are saturated. Is there a box I can buy that'll let me drop the power of this signal?

Thu, Mar. 2nd, 2006 04:27 pm (UTC)
av_lad: Just checking...

Also, have you tried this:

Roland Knowledgebase Article # 103310


The volume, or “level,” can be adjusted for any of the
instruments in a drum kit. Use the following steps to
adjust the level of an instrument:

1. Select a drum kit.

2. Press LEVEL/PAN so the level value is in the
display — the LEVEL/PAN button flashes.
Note: Each press of the LEVEL/PAN button
alternates between the level and pan settings.

3. Hit the pad to select the instrument whose
volume you’d like to change.

4. Press the + or – buttons to increase or decrease
the instrument’s volume.

5. Press DRUM KIT when you’re finished. The
settings are stored automatically.

Thu, Mar. 2nd, 2006 05:40 pm (UTC)
basilwhite: Re: Just checking...

Thanks for your help!

URL for Roland Knowledgebase?

That article shows how to change the level of each instrument. My problem is that the signal from the 1/4" guitar cord out of the entire drum kit to the amp or PA is too hot. I have volume control and can turn the output down, but I'm plugging in a powered signal to a jack that assumes a non-powered signal. I need a magic box that turns a 1/4" powered signal into a 1/4" not-powered signal, preferably one that allows me to adjust the degree of power/amps/volts/whateverthehellitis.

Thanks!!!!!! You are the AV Pimp.

Thu, Mar. 2nd, 2006 06:03 pm (UTC)
av_lad: Re: Just checking...

Cool... I've seen a few things that might help but have no idea what they might cost. Lemme look. Will get back to you.

Oh, and: http://www.rolandus.com/support/

Thu, Mar. 2nd, 2006 08:50 pm (UTC)
basilwhite: Re: Just checking...

Groovy. Thanks.