The Pintech A2E bass drum kit is the all-in-one solution for converting your bass drum into an electronic kick. Pintech's system is 100% reversible, ...Click To Read More About This Product
Dual zone trigger for larger toms.
The Pintech A2E bass drum kit is the all-in-one solution for converting your bass drum into an electronic kick. Pintech's system is 100% reversible, offers real positional sensing and allows you to use mesh or acoustic heads. Pintech's exclusive design features a carbon steel metal bridge system that is adjustable for any size drum. This is the dual zone version of the Pintech A2E system. Select size from the dropdown menu.
The A2E system is easy to install, and doesn't require any special tools. Featuring Pintewch's specially engineered three-piece dual density foam, you are guaranteed to have the best playing experience imaginable. Just adjust sensitivity through your drum module. Pintech triggers are so sensitive that it will even pick up and crisply articulate even your best brush technique.
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Comments about Pintech Double Zone Acoustic to Electronic Drum Conversion Kit:
tl:dr, They're good, very cost effective, great DIY options over a "pro" electric drum kit.
I've been using a Roland TD-4 for 5 years. The 6" and 8" pads are too small, and are only sensitive on half of the pad. Nicer electric pads are crazy pricey. Roland 12" go for ~$400, even used.
Fortunately, these great conversion kits come to the rescue!
I got a DDrum junior kit, 5 conversion kits, a set of Remo silent stroke heads, and a set of pintech rubber rim covers. All in for ~$650. I installed the conversion kits in 2 hours, and plugged the drums directly to my TD-4 drum module.
Everything works flawlessly. The drums are responsive, and trigger very evenly. On the bigger drums (14"+), I set the sensitivity pretty low, and got the heads pretty tight. Before than I was getting double triggers from them.
They DO NOT come with instructions. There is a video on pintech's youtube channel.
When getting the trigger bracing bar level, make sure your work surface is level. I kept leveling the sensor bar, turning it to check the other side, and it was mysteriously un-level. Turns out, my work table was not flat.
It's important that the foam cylinder you place on top of the piezoelectric sensor sticks pretty snug. The cylinder is supposed to be up above the top of the drum about 1/8", and then gets compressed once you install the drum head. If the cylinder is not firmly stuck to the piezo, it will slide off the sensor. The piezo comes with a sticky foam dot pre-installed, but one of mine had no stickyness left, and I had to use a dab of glue.
Feedback for Pintech:
If Pintech reads this, GREAT PRODUCT, two notes. First, the kit is advertised 10"-14". It does NOT fit a 10" drum and DOES fit up to 16".
Second, please make an easier to follow install video. Your current one is too long. I watched it all, and only got two pieces of useful info: Install the brace 2" under the rim, put the foam cylinder hard side down.
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