When buying new musical equipment, we often find ourselves in serious confusion about what to buy because of the wide range of offers out there, this is every musicians problem. Also when buying drums, even electric drums, making a good choice can be difficult. In this article about alesis dm6 vs behringer xd8, i will go through the details of each of these two products and hopefully try to make you choose the correct product at the end with good value for your money. Visually, both drum-sets look very appealing, the behringer xd8 looks quite professional and futuristic while the alesis dm6 looks more beautiful and rugged.
More about the Alesis DM6 drumset
The Alesis dm6 is a five piece electronic drumset with 108 great sounding drum sounds and up to 15 programmable drumsets. It comes with usb adapter to connect to your computer easily. The surface, shape and texture of the drums are very realistic, rugged and feels quite good to play. Another nice feature, is that it has an aux port so that you can connect your music, or ipod/cd player and just drum along.
More about the Behringer XD8 set
Behringer’s xd8 electronic drumset is an 8 piece electronic drumset. It comes with 123 drum sounds and has also 15 drumsets, though 10 are preset and 5 are user defined. It also comes with usd cable to connect directly to the computer. The sets looks clean, modern, and is quite fun to play, because the sound samples are very high quality sounds.
Alesis DM6 Vs Behringer XD8
|Alesis DM6||Behringer XD8|
|Key features||- Five-piece electronic drumset with DM6 drum module; 5 realistic-feeling drum and cymbal pads translate hits into message data translate hits into message data, which is played back as a drum sound by the DM6 drum module - DM6 module contains 108 top-notch drum, cymbal, and percussion sounds - Includes kick, snare, (3) tom, (2) cymbals and a hi-hat pad and a hi-hat pad, kick pedal & hi-hat controller - Dual-zone 8-Inch snare pad expands expressive playing freedom with multiple sounds per pad - USB-MIDI output for sending MIDI data to virtual instruments & software on your computer - DM6 drum module features an aux input for practicing with an external audio source - 15 programmable drum sets||- 8-piece electronic drum set with HDS110USB sound module - Ships ready to rock with everything you need to start immediately - 10 factory presets plus 5 user-programmable drum sets - USB interface to connect with any virtual instrument and drum software (not included) - HDS (High Definition Sampling) technology provides an authentic drumming experience|
|Customer Ratings*||3.8 out of 5 stars||3.8 out of 5 stars|
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In this comparison of Alesis DM6 vs Behringer XD8, when given the opportunity to choose, i most definitely will go for Behringer’s xd8 set because it not only just looks more professional and futuristic, it simply is also very fun to play. Yes, it is a great electronic drumset, but the greatest advantage it has over the dm6 from Alesis is it’s sound. The xd8 from Behringer simply sounds amazing, and that for me, or any other musician at all, matters the most.