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  1. Ian
  2. DTX502 Series
  3. Saturday, 17 August 2019
Hi there,

I've got an used RHH135 to use it as a hi-hat and mounted on Hihat stand. I played with it and there's something weird. Please watch the video. It looks like there are 2 zones on RHH135 and 0.5 inch from the edge makes, like a bell of a ride cymbal sound..? Is this normal? or i got a lemon?

This makes the playing sound weird. Is there any way to get rid of the bell sound? Please let me know! thanks.
Here's a video :

https://youtu.be/xQgy5dcJGtc

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The sound is made by the module. Change it on the module.

Some basics:
1. what cable?
2. Plugged into what socket?
3. What pad does the module think is connected?
4. Have you done a factory reset?
5. Same sound on every kit?
6. Swap pad for any other stereo pad and hit it. Same sound? (should be!)
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David wrote:

The sound is made by the module. Change it on the module.

Some basics:
1. what cable?
2. Plugged into what socket?
3. What pad does the module think is connected?
4. Have you done a factory reset?
5. Same sound on every kit?
6. Swap pad for any other stereo pad and hit it. Same sound? (should be!)


Thank you so much!

I did a factory reset and it works fine!!
The thing was, i added rhh135 and moved pcy100 that was used as a hihat to a crash cymbal. And i think there was something wrong with it.

Thank you!!!
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Cool. Glad it's sorted.
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