Originally Posted by mR.dnA
Thanks for that info and the video links.
What would be "lost" in choosing the DTX562 instead of the 750K, mainly pad and cymbal wise (other than one less crash cymbal)? I see there's lighter hardware and looks like smaller snare/tom pads. Rack hardware's lighter. Brain is simpler (but newer). Would certainly free up funds to upgrade the kick...
I didn't see a way to directly compare the specs between the two using the site; was hoping you might have something to look at.
Sorry for the delay, the main difference between the two modules is the DTX700 has 64MB of flash memory, the DTX502 has 12 seconds. The tom inputs on the DTX700 are 3 -Zone versus the single zone on the DTX502. The DTX700 module's hi-hat input can accept a message to alter the pitch of the hi-hat depending on foot pressure similar to a real hi-hat when you push down to raise the pitch. The DTX700 can have 4 layers of sounds per zone versus 2 on the DTX502.
Either way both kits are a blast to play and you'll be happy.
Hope this helps,
DTX Product Specialist