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High-end drum trigger system for drummers with highest claims on function and quality.
Integrated lockable 6.3mm jack by Neutrik
Improved "shockproof trigger cone"
Full length holes at the mounting brackets for more compatibility to different shell and lug designs
Suitable for wood as well as metal shells (for metal shells the spacer kit is required: RTS/RTB Spacer Kit)
This version is for M4 lug mounting screws
100% compatible with all Roland drum modules and many other manufacturers.
Dual Trigger Technology = Head & Rim
High precision trigger properties and extremely fine dynamic
Uniformly rim detection around the entire rim.
Positional sensing (Roland TD-8 / 10 / 12 / 20 / 20X / 25 / 30 / 50 only)
The trigger system is supplied completely pre-assembled.
Easy installation without soldering or drilling (drum shell remains in the original state and can be re converted for acoustic use at any time)
The trigger system is form-closed after installation, there are no forces acting to the lugs
Suitable for shell depths from 5.5" upwards
The first number in the name of the trigger system indicates the diameter and the second number the amount of mounting
arms. The term M4 or M5 stands for the required diameter of the threads of the screws the lugs are attached to the shell.
Example: RTS II 1410 (M4) means it is suitable for shells with a diameter of 14" equipped with 10 tuning lugs which are mounted with screws whose threads have a diameter of 4mm.
To determine if you need the M4 or M5 version, you can measure the diameter of one of the attachment screws of the tuning
lugs with a sliding caliper.
If a reinforcing fin of a metal shell or a reinforcing ring of a wooden shell projects inward the drum shell, our trigger systems may not fit without the additional spacer kit or a customization. Please ask us for a solution if your drum shells are designed that way.
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This item is produced to order. The production time to dispatch depends on the current order situation and is between 4 and 6 weeks.