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Comparing Alesis Strike and Yamaha DTX532K

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  • DTX502 module with over 691 high-quality drum sounds
  • XP80 3-zone snare pad for head, rim-shot, side-stick
  • Real hi-hat system for authentic, nuanced feel
  • Includes KP65 Kick Pad
  • Large 10" Ride and Crash cymbals and 10" Hi-Hat cymbal (all 3-zone) with exclusive 360-degree "choke" function
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Consumer Score
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Popularity Score
Less-known
Popularity rank: 77 / 100
  • 3,900+ avg. monthly searches
27%
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Avg. customer reviews:
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Somewhat popular
Popularity rank: 54 / 100
49%
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Black
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42 lbs
 
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Key features
  • Strike performance module
  • 4.3 full-color LCD screen
  • All new sounds and sampling capability
  • Software editor
  • Individual outputs
  • Larger mesh head pads with wood shell

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Key features
  • DTX502 module
  • Over 691 high-quality drum sounds
  • XP80 3-zone snare pad
  • Real hi-hat system
  • KP65 Kick Pad
  • 10" Ride and Crash cymbals
  • 10" Hi-Hat cymbal
  • 360-degree "choke" function

We don't have a summary for this product yet, but we're working on it.

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