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Hi how would you use a electronic drum kit through a T8s into 2 pro 16

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Dylan_R
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Re: Hi how would you use a electronic drum kit through a T8s into 2 pro 16

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Hey bazz,

You'd need to:

  1. Connect two 1/4" cables from the stereo outputs on the TD-4 module - see item 20 on page 7 of the TD-4's owner's manual
  2. Connect the L/R outputs from the TD-4 to two input channels on the T8S. To maintain the stereo balance, pan these channels hard left and hard right on the Tonematch mixer.
  3. Connect the T8S's stereo outputs (XLR or 1/4") to the two L1 Pro 16 systems. 

Hope this helps!

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Dylan_R
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Re: Hi how would you use a electronic drum kit through a T8s into 2 pro 16

Hi bazz!

What's the model of your electronic drum kit?

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Re: Hi how would you use a electronic drum kit through a T8s into 2 pro 16

Hi 

it’s a Roland Tdk 4

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Re: Hi how would you use a electronic drum kit through a T8s into 2 pro 16

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Hey bazz,

You'd need to:

  1. Connect two 1/4" cables from the stereo outputs on the TD-4 module - see item 20 on page 7 of the TD-4's owner's manual
  2. Connect the L/R outputs from the TD-4 to two input channels on the T8S. To maintain the stereo balance, pan these channels hard left and hard right on the Tonematch mixer.
  3. Connect the T8S's stereo outputs (XLR or 1/4") to the two L1 Pro 16 systems. 

Hope this helps!

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Re: Hi how would you use a electronic drum kit through a T8s into 2 pro 16

Hi Bazz, based on your question it sounds like you are running a band through a stereo pair of  Pro 16’s. Can you comment on the power/volume you are able to achieve from this system using it this way?  Also the over all sound and low end?  I’m considering switching back to Bose L1 type speakers.  I’m not sure I am ready to invest in a pair of Pro 32’s so I’m curious if the Pro 16’s would cut it in a noisy bar situation.  I used to use two L1M2’s with two B2’s and it wasn’t enough in some situations.