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DrumIt 5 Hardware / Re: Do cymbals with holes wear off sticks?
« on: November 25, 2021, 01:07:38 AM »
A lot b of members here use nylon stick tips as mentioned , they had splinterd  wooden stick tips prior to switching. Playing e drums for almost 12 years and never had any splinters. What I don't like about nylon tips on metal cymb as ls is they are much outer or maybe if not louder the plastic click on met a l irritates me to no end. So I use wood

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Thanks Chris. What I actually was trying to find out is if anybody here bought Goedrum Cymbal trigger, installed them on their metal low volume cymbals, and how they were working with 2 box , of course after they were dialed in properly . I have a few sets of low volume cymbals. With and without triggers . Trying to get a feel for Goedrum and it's compatibility with 2bix Drumit5MK2

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Anybody here using Goedrum Cymbals triggers with 2 Box Drumit 5MK2 module? If so,  how are they working. Would you recommend them? Thanks in advance for any feedback

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Ok so I have awesome cymbal triggers for my 2 Box Drumit 5 Mk2 from Extreme drums.com. My son bought a set of really cool looking low volume cymbals and wants to buy good cymbal triggers and hat triggers for his 2 box 5 32 gig orange module. But that aren't FSR technology like Extreme drums . On them there is part of the trigger on the top of the cymbal as well as a Strike pad. For whatever reason he doesn't like that look.  I tried A-E hybrid drums, they sell silver cymbals already triggered, but won't break loose with just the triggers and mutes.  Jobeky won't either. So we looked at Magnatrack,  but my friend can't get his ride to work with them no matter what settings and unlike me he is very tech savvy. Anybody know who sells just the triggers and  mutes that are fully compatible and not such a science project to install on a set of cymbals that are fully functional with 2 box modules?

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General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: Moderators
« on: October 27, 2021, 01:48:57 AM »
Thanks Ken I didn't know if anybody had taken over after my buddy,  Jman. My user name doesn't pop up . I always have to log in as a guest and the system lets me in to post or read posts but doesn't acknowledge that I am on the forum. Usually, as you know, it would have my user name Stoked 2 on the top left. Can you take a look for me please . Thanks in Advance

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General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Moderators
« on: October 24, 2021, 11:36:24 PM »
Who are the current active  moderators for this forum?

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Awesome products

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General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Extremedrums.com New Products
« on: October 13, 2021, 07:17:46 PM »
Just a quick shout out to Marshall Rinker from Extremedrums.com . He has awesome new trigger designs which allow you to put more than one trigger inside the shells  besides the existing side trigger if you care for a multi trigger design in your snares or even your toms .  His single side triggers are enough for me.He  also is selling  triggered metal cymbals single , dual, or triple zone with choke . I can't say enough about how happy I am with his products and service.I have. no affiliation with his company , just a really happy customer. Check them out!

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Ask away , for the most part , the members here are happy to help without looking for recognition for their wisdom, ha, ha, ha. !

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General 2box Drumit 5 forum / Re: Unofficial 1.40 OS
« on: October 07, 2021, 09:57:16 PM »
Typical 2 Box , with the ever present lack of communication with it's customers and dealers , but I love the modules! Just bought another 5 to add   some  toms and cymbals

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Your welcome , and good luck with your sale

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This is a great place to sell it . As we are the most familiar with 2 Box. Ebay also.As far as pricing , maybe see what is or was  similar selling on ebay. Good luck!   

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Thanks Welsh Steve. I have one in my storage unit that I never used. Was trying to avoid digging it out because it is buried in there . Though maybe there was a cheap plug in solution for that headphone imput or . Just being lazy. Thanks again!

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I gave my son my last 0range 2 Box drumit5 module and converted kit and we made a drum room at his house so he and I can play  a little together. I never shared a headphone input before, because I only played my kit. When I connected both of our headphones to splitter the volume is reduced way too much even cranked. Can we plug into 2 separate inputs or do I need to grab a headphone amp out of my storage? Thanks for any help in advance  so I don't forget and get chastised , lol! You know who you are,  Pantybunch! Ha, Ha, Ha!!!

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