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Anpou PC Desktop USB Roll-Up Digital Electronic Drum Kit with Drumstick

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  • This USB Digital Electronic Drum Kit had 6 pads and 2 drumsticks are included
  • Beginners can learn how to play with a 3-level learning feature. Use the play along option or drum to your own beat
  • The Desktop Digital Electronic Drum can record and share with friends and family via e-mail. It is so lightweight and portable you can bring it everywhere
  • Rolls up to a small size
  • Innovative interface allows all programming and sound to be activated from your computer
  • Create your own sets or choose from pre-selected tones
  • Powered by USB cable (included)
  • Compatible with Windows XP/2000/Vista
  • Dimension: 345 x 241 x 12mm / 13.6 x 9.5 x 0.5in(L x W x H)

System Requirement:


  • PC with Intel Pentium 4 or compatible processor that operates at 2.4GHz or faster
  • 128MB or more RAM
  • 100MB of available hard drive space
  • Any Windows compatible soundcard using WDM, ASIO or DirectSound drivers
  • CD-ROM Drive
  • One available USB 1.1 port on your computer to plug to the chess game
  • Display adapter capable of 800x600 in 16 bit color
  • Microsoft Windows XP with Internet connection

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Anpou PC Desktop USB Roll-Up Digital Electronic Drum Kit with Drumstick


  • USB Roll-Up Digital Electronic Drum Kit with Drumstick

Anpou PC Desktop USB Roll-Up Digital Electronic Drum Kit with Drumstick


  • Rolls up to a small size
  • This USB Digital Electronic Drum Kit had 6 pads and 2 drumsticks are included

Anpou PC Desktop USB Roll-Up Digital Electronic Drum Kit with Drumstick


  • The Desktop Digital Electronic Drum can record and share with friends and family via e-mail. It is so lightweight and portable you can bring it everywhere

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Anpou PC Desktop USB Roll-Up Digital Electronic Drum Kit with Drumstick

How to Troubleshoot Electronic Drum Sets?


Electronic drum sets can open up a whole new world of sonic and creative possibilities for musicians, but they also bring new headaches and technical issues that are not associated with acoustic drums. Troubleshooting an electronic drum set involves checking many connections and solving problems that are unique to electronic drums. The new problems that can arise when setting up electronic drums can be frustrating at first for even the most seasoned acoustic drummers.


  • Check all connections. Unlike acoustic drums, digital electronic drum sets must always be connected to a sound module. Check to ensure that the wire connecting each drum pad is securely plugged into both the drum pad and the sound module. If a connection is loose, the pad will not sound.
  • Ensure that all drum pads are connected to the appropriate inputs. Each drum pad must be connected to the correct input on the sound module. For instance, if the floor tom is accidentally plugged into the snare input or vice versa, you will hear the wrong sound when the pad is struck. If the pad is plugged into an input that has not been assigned a sound, the pad will make no sound at all.
  • Adjust the crosstalk. Crosstalk is an issue that is unique to electronic drum sets and can be confusing to those who only have played acoustic drums. Crosstalk occurs when the vibrations from one drum pad inadvertently cause another pad to sound. This can be very aggravating. You'll need to lower the crosstalk setting on the pad that is causing the problem. Make the crosstalk setting more aggressive (i.e., higher) on any drum pads that are being unintentionally triggered by the vibrations of other pads.
  • Check MIDI connections. Another common problem with electronic drum sets occurs when MIDI is implemented. Whether you are connecting a third party sound module or using a sequencer, ensure that the MIDI function on the drum set is enabled. Sometimes MIDI is off by default on new sound modules. Also, check that the MIDI channel that is sending the electronic drum set data is the same channel that is set to receive MIDI data on the sound module or sequencer.
  • Do not step on the high-hat pedal or strike a pad while powering on the set. This is a common problem. If a multi-function trigger like a high-hat is held down during power up, the trigger may not function properly.
  • Ensure that multi-function drum pads have two or more sounds programmed. Some drum pads are capable of two different sounds depending on where the pad is struck. A multi-function snare drum pad may be able to trigger a standard snare sound as well as a rim shot sound. Make sure that a different sound is programmed inside the sound module for each part of the drum pad, otherwise you may hear the same sound regardless of where the pad is struck.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Rollup PC USB Digital Electronic Drum
  • 2 x Drum Sticks