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  1. Sam
  2. DTX502 Series
  3. Saturday, 04 January 2020
I just bought a used DTX502 kit. I am noticing that when I try to hit the hi-hat with it open, quickly, during play, it is quite unreliable. Sometimes I get an open hi-hat sound and sometimes I don't. If I do it slow it works, but not if I'm trying to do it fast. Is this a limitation of electronic drums? Is there a setting I can change? Is there a way I can set up the hi-hat (height, etc.) to improve the situation? Or do I just need to hit it differently? Thanks!
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Plenty of settings to set for your personal playing style. All in the manual.

(you don't mention which hat controller you have)
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  1. more than a month ago
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Mine is the RHH135. I only see two settings under pad settings. One is about splash sensitivity. The other about position. I changed the latter so that it closed the virtual gap between cymbals (I went from 28 to 14). I also adjusted the height of the pedal down, so it is easier for me to move my foot up and down. Those changes seem to help.
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Cool - you done the foot pedal stuff. You can also adjust all the pad settings, as you would with any other pad - hit the pad without pushing down the pedal and tweak those.
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