Compliment your electronic drum kit with the right type of amplification - and if you're unsure what they may be, we have a great selection to share with you here at PMT.
Whether you're in the market for something super-affordable for home practice and band rehearsal (such as the awesome new Wharfedale Pro PDM-100 Active Drum Monitor), or something a little more powerful for live performances (such as the new Roland PM-200), then we have you covered. In fact we have some of the best electric drum monitor options on the market.
Each of these products are designed to handle the wide range of low and high frequencies that your E Drum Kit will produce, and will amplify an accurate representation of these sounds to your audience.
Whilst it's true that you may be able to connect your drum module up to a front of house PA system or set of personal headphones, both experiences pale in comparison to using an E Drum monitor.,
As with any other instrument amplifier: the power rating you will need is entirely dependent upon where you wish to use it. If you're looking for a monitor that you can use for home practice, studio work, and even small-to-medium-sized gigs, then 100 Watts to 200 Watts would be ideal. However, don't worry if you need something with plenty more power: we have drum speakers that can handle up to a whopping 2000 Watts!
Each of the Electronic Drum Ampifers that we sell here at PMT are suitable for a wide range of different electronic drum kits, which can make choosing the right one a daunting task.
However, don't forget that here at PMT we have a whole host of experts and advisors that are able to guide you accordingly - so be sure to visit your local PMT Store or contact our Online team directly if you have any questions.