Roland RT-10K Kick Trigger
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Roland is a Japanese manufacturer who produces electronic musical instruments, equipment & softwares. With over ten millions fans worldwide, they have become one of the best known firms in the music equipment industry. With over four decades of experience, they have made a mark for themselves. Their superior quality products are preferred by thousands of customers worldwide. Due to their consistent efforts, they have become one of the top names in the arena of professional music equipment.
With acoustic-drum triggering more popular now than ever, Roland has responded to requests from the market and created these new-generation triggers: the RT-10K (for kick drums), RT-10S (for snare drums), and RT-10T (for toms). Physically smaller than their predecessors, the new 10-series triggers are easier to position. Best of all, they feature new trigger-sensing technology for improved response.
Mission number one with this new series was to improve trigger sensing, and that precisely what Roland accomplished with the RT-10K/S/T. The new sensor system is designed to eliminate false retriggering by offering an adjustable sensor structure (U.S. Patent No. 6,794,569). The reduced size and lighter weight of the triggers are helpful in improving sensitivity.
New sensor system and lighter material case to improve the trigger response
Can be used with mesh heads as well as regular acoustic drumheads
Works directly with Roland V-Drums TD series, TMC-6, SPD series, and HPD-series
Approximately 10% smaller than previous models
Kensington security lock-hole for theft-proof merchandizing
Trigger 1 (Head)
Connector Trigger Output Jack (1/4 inch phone type)
Accessories Owner's Manual, Connection Cable
Guide for installation Height from rim upper edge to head: 30 to 36 mm / 1-3/16 to 1-7/16 inches, Rim thickness: 13 mm / 9/16 inches
Please note, for warranty claims, brand visibility (sticker) should not be damaged.