Millenium MPS-750X E-Drum Mesh Set
$469
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Mancunian 09.08.2021
I use this drum for some silent recording in the bedroom. I'm a acoustic player, and still play acoustic drums, but i use this one for some silent playing, reheasing, practice.

The setup was pretty straight forward. had it setup in about 40 minutes. The hardware is descent, but the triggers are a bit below what i expected. Sensitivity is not that great on the pads, same with the cymbals, and the trigger for the hi hat isn't great either. You can work around lots of these issues by adapting your playing, and when recording to midi you can edit the errors in the recording, however, this takes up some time that could be spent on other things.

For beginners however, this is great. It's cheap, doesn't make too much noise, you have bluetooth for pairing with your phone, the built in sounds are "ok" for practice.

So in conclusion, for the money, it's a great kit. Will a kit that's double as expensive be double as good, it probably will be, but does everybody need it, no.

If you want to start drumming and do some light recording, this is great if you're willing to spend the time to correct your recordings and tune every skin to your preference. I consider this good value for money.
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Perfect for complete beginners, but lacks dynamics.
MiriamK94 22.11.2020
I have practised on this kit in my apartment for two weeks, then I've decided to send it back. Here's why.
I guess if you're starting out on the drums or if you're playing genres which don't require a lot of dynamic variations, this set would be perfect for you. However, I found the sounds too artificial and the response to hits not very precise.
Of course, for the price maybe it's to ambitious to ask for perfect pad response and a high dynamic range, but sometimes, even the toms didn't really produce any sound even after a regular single downstroke -accented- . I have also noticed that the triggers on the toms lack precision if you're playing too fast.
As far as the sound is concerned, I think it's a matter of taste: I have started playing the drums on an acoustic set, so that's the sound I'm used to. I've found this module to contain a wide variety of sounds, but they somewhat lacked 'depth' to me.
All in all, the Millenium MPS-750X is a good kit for beginners, but going back I would have spend a bit more and bought a Roland model.
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Worked only one week
Andrzej G. 26.11.2020
After one week of playing I decided to write Tmomann about sound quality problems. Rims reaction is wrong (non repetitive) and propably it's a software problem. 4275 firmware update is expected :) But just after this, the module stoped work.
Now I'm waiting for replacement.
Anyway, In my opinion mechanical components are very good for this price. Module is "full of options" but poor quality. Mixer "potentiometers" are diffucult to use. Automatic crosstalk sensing/calculation works not too good. And worse - error in rims sound calculations. Hi-hat controll is not a strong site of this module either.
I decided to buy used Alesis DM10 for compare and maybe for use instead 750x module.
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No halfopen hihat
Eduardo302 16.11.2020
It's like a guitar with a missing fret. It won't produce the halfopen sound when you hit the hihat while opening it. Quite frustrating. I'm returning this item and possibly buy a non-millenium edrum like a Roland or so.
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Millenium MPS-750X E-Drum Mesh Set