Yamaha DD-75 Compact Digital Electronic Drums

Size/Weight:
- Dimensions: Width 602 mm (23-11/16")
- Height: 180 mm (7-1/16")
- Depth: 411 mm (16-3/16")
- Weight: 4.2 kg (9 lb, 4 oz) (not including batteries)

Control Interface:
- Number of Pads : 8
- Touch Response: Yes
- Number of Pedals: 2
- Functions: Hi-hat, Bass drum
- Display Type: LED
- Size: 7-segment, 3-digit
- Panel Language: English

Tone generator:
- Tone Generator: AWM Stereo Sampling
- Maximum Polyphony: 32
- Voices: 570 Voices + 30 Phrases
- Drum Kit: 75 Presets + 10 Customs

Compatibility:
- GM: Yes
- XGlite: Yes

Effects:
- Reverb: 9 types
- Master EQ: 2 types

Songs:
- Number of Preset Songs: 105
- Recording: Number of Songs 5
- Number of Tracks: 4 (DRUM 1/DRUM 2/DRUM 3/BACKING)
- Data Capacity: Approx. 7,000 notes per song
- Recording Function: Yes
- Compatible Data Format: Playback SMF (Format 0) (MIDI data only; audio not supported.)
- Recording: SMF (Format 0) (MIDI data only; audio not supported.)

Functions:
- Overall Controls Metronome Sound: 4 types (Metronome/Cowbell/Stick/Human Voice)
- Tempo Range: 11 - 320
- Performance Modes: Hand Percussion Mode
- Other Control: Pad & Bass Pedal Sensitivity Adjustment: Preset:5 types (Fix, 1-4), Custom Setting:10

Storage and Connectivity:
- Storage Internal Memory: Approx. 370 KB

Connectivity:
- DC IN: 12 V
- Headphones: Standerd stereo phone jack
- Pedal Unit: 1, 2
- MIDI: IN, OUT
- AUX IN: Stereo mini jack

Amplifiers and Speakers:
- Amplifiers: 5 W + 5 W
- Speakers: 8 cm x 2

Power Supply:
- Power Supply Adaptors: AC Adaptor PA-150 or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha
- Batteries: Six 1.5 V "C" size alkaline (LR14), manganese (R14) or six 1.2 V "C" size Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (HR14)
- Battery Life: Alkaline battery:About 10 hours, Rechargeable Ni-MH battery:About 7 hours
- Power Consumption: 18 W
- Auto Power Off: Yes

Accessories:
- Included Accessories: Drum Sticks, Foot Pedal 1 & 2
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 10 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 24 x 17 x 7 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): DD75
Package, with Headphones and Power Supply
Shipping Weight: 11.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 27 x 20 x 10 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): YAM DD75 PAK
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 714-522-9011

Yamaha DD-75 Compact Digital Drums

The drummer-friendly and stylish design of the Yamaha DD-75 is your entry into professional and versatile digital-drumming instruments. An Auxiliary In jack lets you connect an MP3 player and play along with your favorite music. Or, load MIDI songs from the Internet into the internal Flash ROM memory and play along. Stereo-sampled voices, a wide variety of percussion sounds from all over the world, a bass boost system and digital stereo processing give the DD-75 an irresistible, thundering beat. The panel includes intuitive features that are easy to operate. For example, select the Hand Percussion mode and the kit automatically switches to percussion voices like congas and bongos. With its powerful features, this is no toy!

Features

- 570 Drum Voices
- 30 Phrase Voices
- 75 Preset drum kits
- 10 User drum kits
- 105 Preset songs

Included Accessories:

- 2 Foot Pedals
- Owner's Manual
- Wooden drumsticks

Optional DD-75 Pack Includes:

- Yamaha DD-75
- Wooden drumsticks
- 2 foot pedals
- Owner's manual
- Headphones
- Power supply
(1 ratings)
Submitted April 8, 2018 by Alex R in Sunnyvale, CA
"affordable, portable digital drums, works well for my use cases"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
I like how portable these drums are, and they sound pretty good! Very easy to pack up and take with me. I don't use the included pedals -- those aren't great, really. But the kit works with the pedals from a Roland V-Drum kit, and that's very nice. The drum surfaces feel pretty good, much like a practice pad. It also has MIDI output, so it works as a Rock Band video game controller, if you like playing Rock Band. (you need a MIDI adapter for that) My one complaint is that when you're starting out, it's a bit easy to hit the plastic parts of the drum rather than the rubbery drum surfaces, and that makes a loud clacking sound. It would have been nice if they made the rubbery part wrap around the edges of the drum surfaces on top.
Musical Background:
hobbyist drummer, been ambiently playing music for years
Musical Style:
rock 'n' roooooll
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