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  1. questionHow long does the sensor last?
    The FSR sensor under the rubber playing surface is the part that needs to be replaced on your unit. The sensors should be replaced every 4 to 7 years depending on use, similar to changing drum h ...

  2. questionWhat is the latest software version of for the dk10?
    DK10 V1.8 - (software) Pad sensitivity adjustments. 7 different GATE times, Roll Mode, Latch Mode (loops On/Off) and Program Changes.The DK10 os v1.8 Integrated Pad/Set Controller. Pads: 10 FSR ...

  3. questionWhat are Pad Pressure Adjustments in the trapKAT (2.0 feature)?
    Pad Pressure Adjustments: Important... these adjustments should only be made if you are having pad problems and have already tried the software adjustments, i.e.. Pad Threshold. If your rubber pla ...

  4. questionWhat is the warranty on the trapKAT?
    The trapKAT has a limited warranty.  The trapKAT is warrantied against defects due to materials or workmanship for 90 days on labor, 6 months on FSR and rubber, and 1 year on all other parts. ...

  5. questionWhat is the WARRANTY on the drumKAT?
    The drumKAT has a limited warranty. The drumKAT is warrantied against defects due to materials or workmanship for 90 days on labor, 6 months on FSR and rubber, and 1 year on all other parts.Warran ...

  6. questionHow do I change sensors on the drumKAT?
    Changing the FSR Sensors on the drumKAT 1. Unplug the drumKAT power cord from the wall. 2. Remove the back cover. 3. Carefully disconnect the beeper and the transformer from the bottom left s ...

  7. questionWhat are the sensors in the inHEAD/onHEAD?
    Virtually all of the trigger pads on the market use piezo sensors and generally are placed in the center of the drum, creating a hot zone in the middle.  The inHEADs/onHEADs uses FSR technolo ...


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