HXM Cymbal

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scoTTTimo
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HXM Cymbal

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Think this would work with edrumin? It uses one cable.

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Rob
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It probably will. Did you read any of the comments? This one is my favorite.
I buy it every time, but I'm always satisfied.
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Google translated, surely! :)

I had a HXM small splash and it was nice quality product.

I was under the impression that HXM was a Thai company, also made in Thailand.

They made cymbals for 2box, so, I'm pretty sure they're the good stuff.
Actually, looking at them, they do look like the 2Box cymbals.
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perceval wrote:
Sat May 04, 2024 10:43 am
Google translated, surely! :)

I had a HXM small splash and it was nice quality product.

I was under the impression that HXM was a Thai company, also made in Thailand.

They made cymbals for 2box, so, I'm pretty sure they're the good stuff.
Actually, looking at them, they do look like the 2Box cymbals.
Yeah I found a post from you in the unofficially supported devices thread that said “HXM t8" triple zone rubber pad. It is basically a copy of the TP Yamaha pads, with the two side zones being switches.


If it has switches in it, does that mean that it’s either on or off? No sensitivity to velocity?
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It's velocity sensitive. All velocities are derived from piezo. The switches just indicate which articulation to trigger.
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