Trigger some happiness.
I recently purchased these triggers from Sweetwater music and I am very happy with the results I've gotten from them.
I recorded a band that basically wanted the whole kit triggered so I figured that I would give these a shot. The first thing I noticed about these triggers (compared to the other models I've seen and used) is that they look very durable. If you've ever worked with a drummer that might be less than accurate you might share in my concern with your triggers getting smacked by a rogue stick hit. These triggers really look like they could take a whack without any issues. (Luckily I haven't had to test this theory as of yet but, it's good to know).
I used these Triggers to Trigger Superior Drummer v2.0 via the Alesis Trigger I/O and any double triggering that occurred was quite easily eliminated with very little tweaking on my part.
For anyone curious on the connectors these Triggers will require, you will be looking for a Female XLR to 1/4 TRS cable. The snare trigger is dual zoned (which means the rim and the head are registered separately) but the other triggers are all single zoned. So don't expect to pick up much in the terms of Tom dynamics.
For those drummers using a muffled bassdrum head (Like the Evans EMAD 2) you will find that it is going to be difficult to set this trigger up on the kickdrum without a little bit of surgery to the plastic holder for the dampening foam (if you know the head you'll understand what I'm saying here).
All in all this product is very reliable and I would recommend it to anyone who is in need of triggering a whole kit.