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Yamaha rhp100 digital percussion: supplementary guide
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I Setting Up
(RHP80/100/120)
Insert the Tom Holder (6-sided), on a rack stand
or tom stand, into the Rod Clamp attached to
the Pad, and tighten the Clamp Bolt firmly.
Clamp Bolt
Tom Holder
Insert
Rod Clamp
(RHP120SD)
The snare drum pad can setup on a snare
drum stand (YAMAHA: SS642, etc.) in the
same manner as a normal snare drum.
NOTE : When attaching the Real Head Pads to a rack
system, we recommend that either the YAMAHA
Rack System RS100 or RS95 be used. Using a
ball clamp type tom holder like the RS100
allows the attachment of large pads like the
RHP120. A cylinder type tom holder like the
RS95 allows the attachment of lighter pads up
to the RHP80. When a large pad such as the
RHP100/120 is attached to the RS95, we
recommend that the tom holder TPCL100
(optional) be used. The RS60 and RS80 may
not provide adequate support for the Real Head
Pads. If you already own the RS80 rack
I Connections
Use the supplied stereo phone cable to connect the pad's output jack to the input (SNARE,
TOM1, etc.) of the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS. Connect the cable's L-shaped plug to the pad.
NOTE : The RHP80/100/120/120SD Real Head Pads are dual trigger type electronic drum pads. Both the pad (the
drum head section) and the rim (the hoop section around the head that is used for rim shots) are individually
equipped with trigger sensors. A separate sound can be assigned to the rim to allow for rim shots *.
* Only the following inputs can be used.
DTXTREME: INPUT 1-8, 9/10-15/16
DTX: INPUT 9/10, 11/12
DTXPRESS: INPUT 9/10
Since other INPUTS are designed for use with pad trigger/rim switch
type pads (TP-80S, etc.), only the pad will be able to produce sound
when a Real Head Pad is connected.
G When the pad is hit, the sound assigned to the rim is also produced, or
vice versa (cross talk).
Problem
Is the Real Head Pad's Output
If the rim's Output LEVEL knob is set too high, sympa-
LEVEL Adjustment knob set too
thetic vibrations produced when the pad is hit may be trans-
high?
mitted through the shell, etc. and picked up by the sensor
located in the rim which in turn causes the sound assigned
to the rim to be produced. Use the previously explained
Output LEVEL Adjustment to set the level to a proper level.
❇ If the cross talk continues even after you have tried the solutions listed above, use the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS
"Specified Rejection" function to control the problem (can be used on the following channels DTXTREME: INPUTS 9/
10-15/16, DTX: INPUTS 9/10, 11/12, DTXPRESS: INPUT 9/10). Refer to the Owner's Manual supplied with the
DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS for more information.
G When mounted on the rack and a pad is hit, a sound that is assigned to
another pad is also produced (cross talk).
Problem
Is the rack system's strength ad-
If the clamp bolts, etc. are not tightened firmly when the
equate, or are sections of the rack
rack is assembled, the unstable section of the rack will
loose?
move about when the pad is hit. Vibrations are then trans-
mitted to sensors in the other pads resulting in other
sounds being produced. Please make sure that the rack
or stand is assembled firmly.
Is the Output LEVEL Adjustment
If the Output LEVEL knob on any of the pads is set too
knob on each of the pads con-
high, sympathetic vibrations produced when another pad
nected to the rack system set too
is hit may be transmitted through the rack pipe, etc. and
high?
picked up by the pad's trigger sensor which in turn causes
the sound assigned to the pad to be produced. Use the
previously explained Output LEVEL Adjustment and set
the level to a proper level.
❇ If the cross talk continues between other pads, even after you have tried the solutions listed above, use the
DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS "Specified Rejection" function to control the problem. Refer to the Owner's Manual
supplied with the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS for more information.
G When a rim shot is played, a metallic noise is produced.
Problem
Is the drum head on the Real Head
When the drum head is too loose, a metallic noise may
Pad too loose?
be produced when a rim shot is played.
Use the tuning key to adjust head tension. (Refer to the
previous "Setting Up" section.)
For more information on the problems listed above and other problems, please refer to the "Owner's Manual" supplied with
the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESSS. If you can not solve the problem on your own, please contact the dealer from whom you
purchased the device.
system, adding the VK80 Rack Reinforcement
Kit (optional) will increase the strength of the
rack to that of the RS95.
NOTE : Drum head tension can be adjusted by
tightening or loosening the tuning bolts on the
hoop with a tuning key.However, there will be
no change in the tone produced by the
DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS, etc.
: Make sure the pads are properly setup on the
rack or stand. If the clamp bolts, etc. are not
tightened sufficiently, the pad may fall off
resulting in injury. Also, if the rack or stand is
not setup on a flat surface, the rack or stand
may overturn resulting in injury.
NOTE : Please make sure that head tension is even all
the way around the head. Uneven tension may
produce wrinkles, which may shorten the life of
the drum head.
NOTE : Make sure the drum head is tightened within a
proper range. Over tightening may result in
damage to the drum head, shell, etc. An overly
loosened head may result in a shorter life of
the drum head, cushion, or noise. Also, when
the head is too loose a metallic noise may
occur when playing rim shots, likewise, the
output from the rim sensor may be reduced and
the sound produced by the DTXTREME/DTX/
DTXPRESS may be reduced or not sound at
all when playing rim shots. The head may also
become loose over time, so occasionally
retighten the head.
Connect
3m Cable with Standard
Phone Plug (Stereo)
What to check.
What to check.
What to check.
I Output Level (LEVEL) Adjustment
Controls the trigger output level produced by the Real Head Pads. Output produced by either the
pad section (the drum head section) or rim section (rim shot) can be controlled individually. Turn
the LEVEL adjustment knob to the right (+) to increase the level. Turn to the left (-) to decrease
the level. Adjust the level according to the amount of strength you use when playing the pad and
rim, the required dynamic range, or specific needs regarding the devices that you use.
NOTE : When the Real Head Pad is used with the DTXTREME/DTX/
DTXPRESS, the value on the Input Level display, found in the
Trigger Edit Mode's [PAD GAIN] page, should be set to a value
somewhere between 90% and 95% when the pad is struck at ff (the
rim should be set the same for rim shots). For more information,
please refer to the "Owner's Manual" supplied with your DTXTREME/
DTX/DTXPRESS.
If the Output LEVEL is set too high, the dynamic range may be
reduced, or problems such as double triggers (when a single stroke
produces multiply triggered sounds), and cross talk (hitting the pad
causes the sound assigned to the rim to be produced or vice versa)
may occur.
: Do not put excessive pressure on the level adjustment knob, it may
result in damage.
G About Rim Shot Sensitivity
The locations of the RHP80/100/120/120SD's trigger sensors are shown in the illustration.
The highest sensitivity can be found in the direct vicinity of the sensor and will decrease as
you move away from the sensor. If you are going to use rim shots, we recommend that the
area of highest sensitivity be placed in an optimum position when setting up the pad.
RHP100
RHP80
OUTPUT Jack
OUTPUT Jack
Location
Location
Sensor Location
Sensor Location
To Increase the Sound Volume
To change the volume of the sound assigned to individual pads when the Real Head Pads are used
with the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS, first adjust the Output LEVEL as described previously,
then use the (VOICE) EDIT Mode to set the volume on the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS. Please
refer to the "Owner's Manual" supplied with your DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS.
I Specifications
G RHP80
Pad Diameter
8 inches
Size (including protrusions)
237(W) x 291(D) x 140(H)mm
Weight
1,740g
Includes Rod Clamp
G RHP100
Pad Diameter
10 inches
Size (including protrusions) 299(W) x 342(D) x 140(H)mm
Weight
2,080g
Includes Rod Clamp
G For All types
Sensor System
Dual Trigger Type (Pad/Rim)
Control
Output LEVEL Volume x2 (Pad/Rim)
Output Jack
Standard Stereo Phone Jack (stereo)
Accessories
Stereo Phone Cable (3m) x1, Corrugated Cushion x1, Owner's Manual (this booklet) x1
* Improvements may result in a change in the specifications and/or design of the product without notice.
SPECIAL MESSAGE SECTION
NOTICE: Service charges incurred due to a lack of knowledge relating to how a function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the
manufacturer's warranty, and are therefore the owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your dealer before requesting service.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: Yamaha strives to produce products that are both user safe and environmentally friendly. We sincerely believe that our products and the
production methods used to produce them, meet these goals. In keeping with both the letter and the spirit of the law, we want you to be aware of the following:
Battery Notice: This product MAY contain a small non-rechargeable battery which (if applicable) is soldered in place. The average life span of this type of battery is
approximately five years. When replacement becomes necessary, contact a qualified service representative to perform the replacement.
This product may also use "household" type batteries. Some of these may be rechargeable. Make sure that the battery being charged is a rechargeable type and that
the charger is intended for the battery being charged.
When installing batteries, do not mix batteries with new, or with batteries of a different type. Batteries MUST be installed correctly. Mismatches or incorrect installation
may result in overheating and battery case rupture.
Warning: Do not attempt to disassemble, or incinerate any battery. Keep all batteries away from children. Dispose of used batteries promptly and as regulated by the
laws in your area. Note: Check with any retailer of household type batteries in your area for battery disposal information.
Disposal Notice: Should this product become damaged beyond repair, or for some reason its useful life is considered to be at an end, please observe all local, state, and
federal regulations that relate to the disposal of products that contain lead, batteries, plastics, etc. If your dealer is unable to assist you, please contact Yamaha directly.
NAME PLATE LOCATION: The name plate is located on the bottom of the product. The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate.
You should record the model number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase.
Model
Purchase Date
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LEVEL
Adjustment
Knob
RHP120SD
RHP120
OUTPUT Jack
OUTPUT Jack
Location
Location
Sensor Location
Sensor Location
G RHP120
Pad Diameter
12 inches
Size (including protrusions) 350(W) x 392(D) x 140(H)mm
Weight
2,390g
Includes Rod Clamp
G RHP120SD
Pad Diameter
12 inches
Size (including protrusions) 350(W) x 350(D) x 94(H)mm
Weight
1,990g
Serial No.
Printed in Japan

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