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MF MD HG Exclusives 09-19-14

Alesis DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset  
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This expanded e-kit combines advanced features and great sound.

The DM7X 6-Piece by Alesis has it all. This kit serves up plenty of drums and cymbals, an intuitive module with hundreds of sounds, and ties it all together with a preassembled rack that will have you playing in minutes. In addition to the low-noise Stealth Kick 2 compact trigger pad, the DM7X 6-Piece drum set features ultra-quiet rubber drum and cymbal pads, making it the ideal choice for professional drummers who want an advanced electronic kit for quiet practice. The appeal doesn’t stop there. The DM7X Kit is an excellent choice for any electronic percussionist, whether you’re just starting out, or looking to upgrade to a higher-quality kit with a professional module.

The DM7X module is filled with sounds—and surprises. The backlit LCD screen makes navigation a breeze. Drum and cymbal buttons are arranged to resemble the layout of a traditional kit, so it’s simple to assign sounds and create kits quickly. The DM7X comes complete with 40 classic and modern ready-to-play kits. Easily tweak any existing kit, or create your own using the 385 superior drum, cymbal, and percussion sounds included in the DM7X module.

Great as they are, sounds are just the beginning. Inside the DM7X module you’ll also find valuable extras. The built-in learning features, sixty play-along music tracks, and an onboard metronome allow you to improve your skills. There is even an advanced sequencer and a performance recorder to expand your music-making potential. In addition to the USB MIDI connection for use with computers and mobile devices, the DM7X module also offers up some old school MIDI In and Out jacks so you can hook up to your favorite MIDI-equipped drum machine, sound module or other audio gear. There is a headphone jack for private practice, plus stereo outs to connect to a PA system, amplifier, or recording console. The stereo aux input allows you to jam along to your favorite tracks on your CD or MP3 player.

The DM7X Kit comes with more drums, more sounds, and more features than any other kit in its class. Start counting with five advanced design 8" dual-zone drum pads—four toms plus the snare. Next, add in an assortment of four 10" cymbal pads with choke: hi-hat, ride, and two crash cymbals. Finally, top it all off with the Stealth Kick 2 compact kick trigger pad, paired with the chain-driven Pro X Kick pedal. The preassembled fold-out stand makes it easy to get everything in place so that you can start playing quickly and easily.

Features
  • Pre-assembled rack system
  • Expanded setup offer six drums plus four cymbals
  • Advanced DM7X module with backlit LCD and intuitive layout
  • DM7X module features 40 ready-to-play kits, 60 songs and 385 drum and cymbal sounds (fully accessible by external MIDI sources)
  • Connectivity options include 1/8" stereo aux input, USB/MIDI, 1/8" headphone and 1/4" stereo outputs

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DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset Specifications:

  • DM7X Advanced Drum Sound Module with power supply
  • Kick Drum
  • Extra-quiet Stealth Kick 2 compact trigger pad
  • Chain drive Pro X Kick bass drum pedal
  • 8" dual-zone advanced-design trigger pads
  • Snare (x1) + Toms (x4)
  • 10" single-zone cymbal pads with choke
  • Hi Hat (x1) + Crash (x2) + Ride (x1) Cymbals
  • Hi-hat control pedal
  • Preassembled rack and all mounting hardware
  • Convenient cable snake and all additional required cables
  • Logo Plate
  • 6 Mounting Strips
  • Assembly Guide
  • User Guide
  • Safety & Warranty Manual
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AlesisDM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset
 
4.7

(based on 6 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great sound (5)
  • Responsive (5)
  • Versatile (5)
  • Sensitive (4)
  • Huge tone (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small venues (4)
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    5.0

    Very pleased

    By Whackack

    from Park City, UT

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Great Sound
    • Huge Tone
    • Responsive
    • Sensitive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Alesis DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset:

        I bought this to practice in my home. Very easy to set up despite some other reviews I read. I'm very happy with this purchase. Great sound. I like being able to plug my iPod in. The bass pedal bounces a bit where it doesn't have an exact acoustic bass drum feel but I'm still adjusting it. It's probably me.

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        5.0

        I could not be more pleased with these.

        By Freakmeout54

        from LeRoy, NY

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        Pros

        • Great Sound
        • Huge Tone
        • Responsive
        • Sensitive
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Small Venues

          Comments about Alesis DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset:

          I could not be more pleased with these. I poo-pooed e-drums for years. Lately I've grown tired of packing and unpacking, moving, up stairs... You get the picture.

          I bought these so I could leave my show drums packed up and ready to go, and still be able to practice at home (without disturbing my family) anytime I want to. Also, it has the same set up, sans a couple cymbals, that my show set has. I am working with Musicians Friend to get a second bass pedal, as I do use double pedal.

          The set was easy to put together. Everything was clearly labeled or marked. Of course it took a bit to get it set up for me, but that was a given.

          I am amazed and the number of sounds you can get. Since I am only using it for practice (okay, I played with the sounds) I am keeping a basic setting.

          I am easily able to plug music in that I must learn, or practice, and have control of the volumes for each.

          The only negative is the operator manual. It's not all that clear, but I am getting buy.

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          5.0

          Wonderful set for being electronic.

          By Bootz75

          from Riverside, CA

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Great Sound
          • Versatile

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Accompaniment
            • Small Venues

            Comments about Alesis DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset:

            This product is very good. I find its versatility to be impressive. I love having several different kits in one and being able to switch on the fly if needed. The only real gripe that I would have is the pedal for the hi-hat is not as responsive as I would like for it to be. Otherwise it's a very nice set. Would recommmend it for beginners and those who need a quieter drum set.

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            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Lots of fun!

            By Easter1978

            from Russellville, AR

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Responsive
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • Messy Cords
            • Vague Instructions

            Best Uses

            • Practicing
            • Small Venues

            Comments about Alesis DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset:

            I saw comments about difficulty in setup - I was able to start playing within 45 minutes. Still working on getting the pads where I want them. Agree with other comments - the instructions are vague and leave a lot to figure out on your own. But overall, I am very impressed. The kit holds up well, pads are responsive, the sound isn't bad - it won't fool anyone into thinking it's acoustic, but the kits still sound great. I agree that it's a bummer trying to figure out kits based on a number, the display needs to be reworked so descriptions can be shown. But overall, I am loving this kit so far.
            One more thing...all the pics of the kit don't show the snakes' nest of cords that stick out everywhere. Still trying to figure out how to make it look neat.

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            (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Def worth it

            By Morbidtation

            from Pa

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            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Great Sound
            • Huge Tone
            • Responsive
            • Sensitive
            • Versatile

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • Jazz Clubs
              • School Bands
              • Small Venues
              • Soundtracks
              • Symphonies

              Comments about Alesis DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset:

              def worth it for an up and comming company can make it whatever u want it to be

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              (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Great set and great value

              By DrumN

              from TN

              About Me Experienced

              Pros

              • Great Sound
              • Responsive
              • Sensitive

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Alesis DM7X Six-Piece Electronic Drumset:

                  Have had the kit for two weeks and it's more than I expected. Always played acoustic up til now.
                  Pre-assembled rack is a plus. Unit seems well made with quality materials. If you have experience setting up a kit, the rest of the assembly comes pretty easily.
                  Sound thru headphones is quite good. Have not yet connected to an amp or external speakers.
                  Connect a laptop or Ipod and play along to anything in your collection
                  Positioning the cymbals, especially hi-hat, takes some trial and error to find the best playing positions. I'm still working on this.
                  Heads are responsive, similar to some practice pads. 8" pads make you focus on the hitting area, which is a good thing
                  I was concerned about the unique kick pad but that unit is a big plus. Pedal is provided and the pad is more responsive than I thought it would be.
                  Hi-hat pedal seems to require a bit more pressure than what you may be used to with a regular stand but this may be part of the learning process with an E-set
                  Only been 2 weeks but so far I'm quite satisfied with the kit. Can practice without disturbing others and still get a good sound thru the phones.

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