Yamaha RHP100 Cymbal Pad Owner's Manual PDF

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OUTPUT DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS INPUT 2

1 DTX/ DTXPRESSINPUT

DTXTREME/DTX/ DTXPRESS

DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS

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DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS INPUT9/1015/16DTXINPUT9/10,11/12 DTXPRESSINPUT9/10 DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS

RHP80/100/120/120SD

RHP80/100/ 120/120SD

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DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS INPUT

RHP80/100/120/120SD 1

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RHP120SD12YAMAHA:SS642

RHP80 (8)

RHP120SD (12)

RHP120 (12)

RHP100 (10)

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INPUT18,9/1015/16DTXINPUT9/10,11/12DTXPRESSIN- PUT9/10INPUT=/=TP80S

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237(W)291(D)140(H)mm

1,740g

RHP80

10

299(W)342(D)140(H)mm

2,080g

RHP100

12

350(W)392(D)140(H)mm

2,390g

RHP120

12

350(W)350(D)94(H)mm

1,990g

RHP120SD

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DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS

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RHP120SD YAMAHASS642

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RHP120RHP100

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OUTPUT

OUTPUT OUTPUT

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430-8650 10-1 TEL.(053)460-2433

RS95

NOTE : DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS

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NOTE : DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS

064-8543 1011-50 TEL011512-6108

984-0015 5-7 3F TEL022236-0249

211-0025 1184 TEL044434-3100

435-0016 200 () TEL053465-6711

454-0058 2-1-2 ()3F TEL052652-2230

565-0803 1-16 () TEL066877-5262

760-0029 8-7 () TEL087822-3045

731-0113 6-14-14 TEL082874-3787

812-8508 2-11-4 TEL092472-2134

CS 435-0016 200 () TEL053465-1158

430-8650 101 TEL(053)460-2433

064-8543 101-50 TEL(011)512-6113 980-0804 2-2-10 TEL(022)222-6147 108-8568 2-17-11 TEL(03)5488-5476 460-8588 1-18-28 TEL(052)201-5199 542-0081 3-12-9 TEL(06)6252-5231 812-8508 2-11-4 TEL(092)472-2130

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If the following trouble occurs when the Real Head Pad is used, please check the following points before asking your dealer for assistance.

INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the YAMAHA Real Head Pad RHP80/100/120/120SD. The

YAMAHA Real Head Pad series was developed as a trigger pad for use with an elec-

tric drum system. The pads utilize Remo Coated Ambassador heads. This system

delivers a richer, closer to acoustic feeling that extends greater expressive potential to

the drummer. Just like a real, high quality acoustic drum, the shell is made of birch

then covered with a clear finish.

To get the most out of your YAMAHA Real Head Pad Series, please read this manual

carefully. After reading, please keep it in a safe place for future reference.

OWNERS MANUAL

RHP80/100/ 120/120SD

Before setup, please make sure that all of the items listed below are present and accounted for. If anything is missing, please contact the dealer from whom you purchased the unit.

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Gray Flat Cushion (Bottom)

Yellow Cushion (Top)

About Replacing Worn Parts (Rubber Hoop Cover, Cushions, etc.)

This product uses parts (drum head, cushion, rubber hoop cover, Output Level Adjustment knob, output jacks, etc.) that will wear or deteriorate over time. How these parts wear or deteriorate will depend upon the environment, length of time, etc., in which the device is used.

Please ask the dealer from whom you purchased the device about replacing worn parts.

Do not disassemble (except for when replacing the head or a cushion as described in this manual) or alter the product. Doing so may result in damage or deterioration to the product.

Do not step on or place heavy objects on the product. It may result in damage.

Do not use or keep the product in places with extremely high temperature (places in direct sunlight, close to a heater, in a closed car, etc.) or damp (bathroom, outside on a rainy day, etc.). It may result in deformation, discoloration, damage or deterioration.

To clean the product, please wipe with a soft cloth or a damp cloth that has been wrung out thoroughly. If the product is soiled, use a neutral detergent on a cloth then wipe with a damp cloth that has been wrung out thoroughly to remove any remaining detergent. Do not use benzine, thinner or alcohol as it may result in discoloration or deformation. Also pay close attention so as not to let the water and detergent come into contact with the cushions used in the product, it may result in deterioration.

When connecting or disconnecting cables, make sure to hold the cable by the plug. Also, make sure heavy or sharp objects are not placed upon the cable. If excessive force is placed on the wire, it may result in the wire breaking.

Pad Units (RHP80/100/120/ 120SD) x1

Stereo Phone Cable (3m) x1

Handling Precautions

Inside This Package

Pad Unit

NOTE : When you use the corrugated cushion, put the yellow cushion that was installed at the factory on the bottom, then the corrugated cushion on top with the corrugated side of the cushion in contact with the drum head (in this case the flat, gray cushion is not needed).

NOTE : When the corrugated cushion is not used, make sure the other cushions are positioned in the same manner as when the unit was shipped from the factory, with the flat, gray cushion on the bottom and the yellow cushion in contact with the drum head. If the cushions are reversed, it may result in deterioration of the cushions.

What is Explained in this Manual The RHP80/100/120 are tom type (8/10/12) trigger pads with rod clamps that can be

attached to a tom stand or rack. The RHP120SD is a 12 snare drum type trigger pad. It can be set on a snare stand

(YAMAHA:SS642, etc.).

RHP80 (8) RHP120SD (12)RHP120 (12)RHP100 (10)

Rod Clamp Rod Clamp Rod Clamp

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Rod Clamp (The RHP120SD is not equipped with this clamp)

Clamp Bolt (The RHP120SD is not equipped with this bolt)

Hoop

Tuning Bolt

Lug

Shell

OUTPUT Jack Bottom Cover

Corrugated Cushion x1

Replacing the Cushion

Like acoustic drums, the Real Head Pads drum head will wear over time. When it is time to change the old head with a new one, please do so on your own. We recommend the use of Remo Coated Ambassador 8", 10" and 12" drum heads, but you may use any other head that you prefer. Just keep in mind that depending upon the drum head you use, the feel, sound, output, etc. may be slightly different.

For sensing and sound deadening purposes, the Real Head Pads utilize a cushion that pro- vides support to the entire drum head from within the pad. You can use the supplied cor- rugated cushion in place of the cushion that was installed at the factory. Use of the corru- gated cushion offers a firmer feeling head. Select the best cushion according to the type of drum head you use.

Replacing the Drum Head Troubleshooting

Multiple sounds are produced when the pad is struck once (Double Trigger).

Yellow Cushion (Bottom)

Corrugated Cushion (Top)

Part Names

The plug with the two black rings

When the corrugated cushion is not used. (As shipped from the factory)

When the corrugated cushion is used.

Rod Clamp (The RHP120SD is not equipped with this clamp)

No Sound, Volume is Low Problem

Is the Real Head Pads OUTPUT jack properly connected to the In- put jack on the DTXTREME/DTX/ DTXPRESS with the supplied ste- reo phone cable (the plug with two black rings)?

Is the Real Head Pads Output LEVEL Adjustment set too low?

Is the drum head on the real head pad too loose?

Is the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS properly connected to a pair of headphones or the external audio device?

I s t h e D T X T R E M E / D T X / DTXPRESS properly setup?

What to check.

If the pad is connected with a monaural phone cable (the plug with one black ring), the rim shot s o u n d will not be produced. Also, if the Real Head Pad is con- nected to an INPUT number on the DTX/DTXPRESS that is not capable of producing rim shots, the sound will not be produced. (Refer to the Connections sec- tion above.)

If the level is set too low, the signal level sent when the pad is hit will be very low so, the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS will not be able to produce sufficient volume from this low level signal.

If the drum head is too loose, the output from the rim sensor may be reduced. Use a tuning key to adjust the tension on the head. (Refer to the previous Setting Up section.)

Check connections, power switches or volume settings on the external devices.

Check if the volume setting assigned to each of the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESSs INPUT numbers is not set too low (refer to the To Increase the Sound Vol- ume section above). Also, check to see if the headphone volume etc. is not set too low.

Problem

Is the Real Head Pads Output LEVEL adjustment knob set too high?

What to check.

If the Output LEVEL knob is set too high, the large sig- nal remains for a longer time causing the DTXTREME/ DTX/DTXPRESS to produce multiple triggers. Use the previously explained Output LEVEL adjustment to set the level to a proper level.

If the double triggers continue even after you have tried the solutions listed above, use the DTXTREME/DTX/ DTXPRESS Self Rejection function to control the problem. Refer to the Owners Manual supplied with the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS for more information.

Setting Up

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.

(RHP80/100/120)

* 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.

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 Modes [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 Owners 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.

Specifications

Pad Diameter 8 inches

Size (including protrusions) 237(W) x 291(D) x 140(H)mm

Weight 1,740g

Includes Rod Clamp

RHP80

Pad Diameter 10 inches

Size (including protrusions) 299(W) x 342(D) x 140(H)mm

Weight 2,080g

Includes Rod Clamp

RHP100

Pad Diameter 12 inches

Size (including protrusions) 350(W) x 392(D) x 140(H)mm

Weight 2,390g

Includes Rod Clamp

RHP120

Pad Diameter 12 inches

Size (including protrusions) 350(W) x 350(D) x 94(H)mm

Weight 1,990g

RHP120SD

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, Owners Manual (this booklet) x1

* Improvements may result in a change in the specifications and/or design of the product without notice.

For All types

Tom Holder

Rod Clamp

Insert

Clamp Bolt

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

(RHP120SD) The snare drum pad can setup on a snare drum stand (YAMAHA: SS642, etc.) in the same manner as a normal snare drum.

LEVEL Adjustment Knob

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Sensor Location

RHP120RHP100

Sensor LocationSensor LocationSensor Location

Output Level (LEVEL) Adjustment

Use the supplied stereo phone cable to connect the pads output jack to the input (SNARE, TOM1, etc.) of the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS. Connect the cables 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 *.

Connections

About Rim Shot Sensitivity

The locations of the RHP80/100/120/120SDs 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.

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 Owners Manual supplied with your DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS.

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 manufacturers 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 Serial No.

Purchase Date

PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL

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.

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When the pad is hit, the sound assigned to the rim is also produced, or vice versa (cross talk).

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 Owners Manual supplied with the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS for more information.

Problem

Is the Real Head Pads Output LEVEL Adjustment knob set too high?

What to check.

If the rims Output LEVEL knob is set too high, sympa- thetic vibrations produced when the pad is hit may be trans- 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.

When mounted on the rack and a pad is hit, a sound that is assigned to another pad is also produced (cross talk).

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 Owners Manual supplied with the DTXTREME/DTX/DTXPRESS for more information.

Problem

Is the rack systems strength ad- equate, or are sections of the rack loose?

Is the Output LEVEL Adjustment knob on each of the pads con- nected to the rack system set too high?

What to check.

If the clamp bolts, etc. are not tightened firmly when the rack is assembled, the unstable section of the rack will 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.

If the Output LEVEL knob on any of the pads is set too high, sympathetic vibrations produced when another pad is hit may be transmitted through the rack pipe, etc. and picked up by the pads 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.

When a rim shot is played, a metallic noise is produced.

For more information on the problems listed above and other problems, please refer to the Owners 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.

Problem

Is the drum head on the Real Head Pad too loose?

What to check.

When the drum head is too loose, a metallic noise may be produced when a rim shot is played. Use the tuning key to adjust head tension.

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