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What is the eHAT?
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The eHAT is a hihat controller that can be placed underneath a bass drum pedal that has a bottom plate.   Generally, eHAT's are sold with our own bass drum pedal.  The eHAT was designed specifically for the dimensions of our bass drum pedal.

The eHAT has three output jacks.

One is a CONTINUOUS CONTROLLER OUTPUT.  This output sends out various resistance data that your drum module or KAT controller reads as hihat pedal position.   This output requires a MONO 1/4" jack

There is also a TRIGGER OUTPUT.  This output sends out a voltage pulse when the pedal board reaches the bottom of the pedal.  This can be used for a velocity sensitive CHICK sound or can even be used for an alternate bass drum.  This output requires a MONO 1/4" jack.

The eHAT also has an output that combines these two functions into one STEREO jack.  The tip of the cable sends out the controller info, and the ring sends out the chick pulse.  This TRS output is designed for the DITI.  Currently we do not know of any other pedal that incorporates both outputs in one cable.
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