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Avatar PD705 Electronic Percussion Pad

Whether it is to add to your electronic drumkit setup or looking for a lightweight kit to use at gigs, the Avatar PD705 Percussion Pad is definitely for you!

The PD705 features 9 trigger pads that can be customized with the 30 preset kits and over 608 sounds. It has inputs for 2 external triggers and 2 switch pedals allowing you to turn the PD705 into a full kit. It also features built-in storage of 512MB, allowing you to rock out to your own samples.

It has a USB Type B Connector And features Midi In and Midi Out.

Want to jam with your favourite songs? The PD705 also features a 1/8 inch jack to connect your media devices and have the output either via the 1/4 inch headphone output or the 1/4 inch stereo outputs (Right and Left) with volume control.

To top it all of, you can change or manage the PD705 with the included PD705 Manager Software.

The Tech Features

Brand: Avatar

Model: PD705

Pads: 9 Single Trigger Rubber Pads

External Pad Input: Yes, 2

External Switch Pedal Input: Yes, 2

Outputs:

  • 1/4 inch Headphone Output
  • 2 x 1/4 inch Stereo Outputs with Volume Control
  • USB Type B Output
  • 5 Pin MIDI In and MIDI Out

Aux-in: 1/8 inch stereo aux-in

Presets and Sounds: 30 Built-in Presets; 608 Sounds

Storage: 512MB

Storable Sounds: 60 minutes approx

Power Supply Included: 100-240 v, 2A, AC Center Positive


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Reviews (1)

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Fantastic Drum Pad

By: on 15 February 2024
I'd like to start by saying, Artist Guitars customer support if awesome. I accidentally ordered two units. They were friendly and helpful on the phone. Long story short, I had a refund for one unit, quick smart. The PD705 is a great unit. I have it paired with a Roland KD-8 kick trigger and an Artist Guitars pedal for Hi Hat. This drum pad requires a light touch. When I got it, I used 5A sticks, and kept triggering the second layer sounds. But with using 7A sticks, and normal stick articulation, keeps the triggering in the primary velocity range, with heavier sticking triggering the second. I lowered the threshold on the snare. Now it does a believable buzz roll. I jammed with it, outside the town hall of a small seaside town. We had an amped acoustic guitar and amped ukulele, mic'd singers and a harmonica player. The other players and audience liked the sounds that were being produced. Otherwise, the unit sits next to my DAW, where it's connected via usb, and I tap beasts in as midi. This unit is excellent bang for your buck. It's not feature rich, but it does do what it does, well. Final note. The stand is terrible. It keeps sliding down. I've put a house clamp on the shaft to hold it in place.

Artist Guitars Response
We are glad to hear that you are happy with the item. Thank you so much for your review.

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