I am just starting to play with my gloves (I bought a pair), but no matter what I do, the glove connectors come out of the wristband as soon as I move at all. Are others having this problem? If so, any suggestions to keep the connection?
My gloves take a LOT of pressure to actually trigger any midi signals so it's right now impossible to drum with them which was the entire reason I bought them: to use my hand itself as the instrument. To actually drum with them, I would have to slam my hands on a hard surface like drummer does with drum sticks, but I would probably be crushing my hands with that kind of force. Is there any way to make them more sensitive to pressure/ lower the thresholds for firing midi signals?
Hi, Had the low battery warning off and on over last couple of weeks. Had spoken to dealer about it and was going to schedule it for service, but the battery died completely before I could get around to it.
The car is just over a month old.
We got it operational by charging the battery for 20 minutes using jumper leads, and it is now at the dealership.
Just thought I'd share this in case anyone else thinks the low battery warning isn't urgent.
I learned a lot over these last few days because of this. When the battery dies these cars are challenging. Thanks I did not find the right solution from the internet. References: http://forums.swedespeed.com/showthread.php?304009-T8-stopped-working Booking software video