Taal Tarang Digital Power, Electronic Tabla, Pakhawaj, Dholak & Duff

8,000.00 (inc. Shipping and GST)

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Improve your daily practice with this electronic Tabla and its realistic Tabla Tone. This Hi-Power Tabla packs a punch and its loud and clear sound delivers 107 Theka in 24 Taals.

Avaibility : in stock

Features of Electronic Tabla, TTP-107 Taal Tarang Power :

Taal Tarang Power – 107 Thekas & 24 Taals
Product Spec. Weight (0.900 g), Length (18 cm), Height (15 cm) & Width (9 cm)
Hi-Power Music, TTP-107 Taal Tarang Power is the loudest Electronic Tabla available capable of playing 107 Thekas. The increased loudness is achieved without compromising on the tonal quality of the Tabla.
Natural Tone The Taal Tarang Digital Power is equipped with the natural tone of a Tabla, Pakhawaj, Duff & Dholak. This is the primary feature of the instruments which makes it an exceptional product among its peers.
4 Unique Instruments in One Taal Tarang Power Electronic Tabla offers Tabla, Pakhawaj, Duff & Dholak.
Feather Touch Keyboard Taal Tarang Power Tabla with its cutting-edge technology has incorporated the feather touch keyboard. It does not have any knobs or switches, thereby improving accuracy and eliminating transit damage and corrosion.
107 Thekas & 24 Taals Taal Tarang Tabla offers a wide range of Taals and Thekas at the press of a button for regular Practice. Teen Taal, Ek Taal, Rupak, Dadra are a few to name. Taals also come in with a variety of thekas.
Composer with Memory The composer function of the Taal Tarang Digital Power is one of its standout features which lets a user create their own taal as per their requirements. The memory function helps retain your composition even when the power is switched off.
Digital Display Taal Tarang Power is equipped with a digital display everything right from Pitch, Laya, Tempo, Volume, Balance, Variation to Matra for ease of use.
Demo Mode The Tabla Machine’s inbuilt demo mode of the instrument plays all selected taals one after the another continuously for 1 avartan each.
Laya Dhruth, Madhya, Vilambit & Ati Vilambit:- Electronic Tabla, Taal Tarang Power is equipped to play a selected taal in different layas with ease. This laya setting is independent of the tempo setting that exists in the instrument.
Pitch Range Taal Tarang Power is very versatile when it comes to the pitch range. Its range is from C to E of the 2nd octave. This makes it tune easily with any instrument. Also, the Digital tuning helps you to accurately increase or decrease the pitch to march your requirements and the scale of the pitch is reflected in the display as reference.
ABS Plastic Cabinet The Cabinet is made from ABS plastic which gives it a sleeker look and protects it from the peninsula’s climatic wear & tear.
Auxiliary Stereo Socket Taal Tarang Digital Power Electronic Tabla can be connected to a music system using the stereo auxiliary socket.
In-Built Battery Charger The inbuilt battery charger of the Taal Tarang Digital Power, charges a rechargeable battery even when the electronic Tabla is playing, this is displayed by the Charging LED and when the battery is low on charge the Low Battery LED is switched on automatically.
Carry Bag The Taal Tarang Power comes in an easy to carry specially padded nylon bag.


1 Year Warranty Taal Tarang Power Instrument is warranted against defects arising out of faulty of defective materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase.


The following are the Instrument & Accessories you will receive on the purchase of one unit.
  • Taal Tarang Digital Power Electronic Musical Instrument
  • Carry Bag
  • Boll Card
  • Instruction Manual
  • AC Power Cord (3 Yards)

Plug in the mains cord; two pin male plug into your AC wall power supply & female socket in the back of the instrument. Button on the instrument by pressing the On / Off

Note: Add-on flat two pin AC converters available.

Note: Pressing the On / Off again put the instrument off.


Press Play and Theka starts from Sum.

Note: The Number "1" appears on the Display at the start of each Sum cycle.


Theka can be stopped at any time by pressing the Stop.

Note: Any operation of the face panel can be performed without stopping the Theka.


To set the volume of the instrument press the Volume followed by the Down or Up arrow to either Decrease or Increase the volume respectively. The volume level is visible in digits on the Display.


Select your required Sur (Note) using the Main SA. Use the Down & Up arrow to navigate from the lowest to the highest Sur (i.e. main notes). The sur selected can be viewed on the display. Pitch range id from C to E of the higher octave.

Fine Pitch

You can further fine tune your Sur by using the Fine SA. Use the Down & Up arrow to adjust between Sur.

Note: Fine SA allows very very fine pitch adjustment in-between two main notes (i.e. in-between C & C# by pressing Up arrow and in-between C & B by pressing Down arrow.

Note: The same is displayed by a "-" sign. The "-" on the right means the sur is going higher and on the left means the sur is going lower.


To adjust tempo, press the Tempo followed by the Down or Up arrow to either Decrease or Increase the tempo respectively.

Note: Beats per minute will be visible on the display.


To set the Laya of the instrument press the Laya Button followed by the Down arrow Button to decrease from

:: Dhrut > Madhya > Vilambit > Ati Vilambit. :: Or vice versa.

The selected Laya is visible on the Display.

‘LY1 = Druth’, ‘LY2 = Madhya’, LY3 = Vilambit’, ‘LY4 = Ati Vilambit’

Note: Pressing Up arrow will have no effect once the instrument has reached the Dhrut Laya range. Similarly pressing Down arrow will have no effect once the instrument has reached the Ati Vilambit Laya range. An Error sound is produced in both the cases.


The Relative Volume of the Tabla & the Dagga can be balanced adjusted by pressing Balance followed by the Up or Down arrow. Pressings Up will increase Dhaga & pressing Down will increase Tabla


Pressing Variation will help you select different Styles of Playing of the same Theka.

Note: "TH1", "TH2", "TH3" etc. can be viewed on the Display on selection of different variations. If only 1 variation is present then only "TH1" is displayed.


Select Demo to hear selected Taals play one after another for 1 Avartan each.


For composing your own Thekas:

1. Press Stop if the instrument is playing any Thekas.

2. Press Alt and Compose 1 or Compose 2.

Note: The Display indicates "PR1" or "PR2".

3. Place the Boll card over the instrument on the top left side.

4. Press the required Bolls as per your composition. Bolls when pressed are heard. Wait for the Boll to be fully over before you press next Boll.

5. When finished press End.

Note: HALF + HALF Matra allows 2 Bolls to be inserted in 1 Matra. Some readymade and commonly used Bolls are already provided.

Example: DHA-GE, NA-NA, TI-TA etc. The same could have been made by pressing HALF + HALF Matra first and then pressing DHA and GE.

Note: The key “Last Half Matra” is reserved for making Thekas which have cycle like "7 1/2 Matra", "8 1/2 Matra", "9 1/2 Matra" etc. The Last Half Matra can be inserted by pressing Key "Last Half Matra" first and then the required Boll. When Theka is played the Last Half Matra is indicated in the display by Two Parallel Lines ( || ) near the number. The Compositions are maintained in Memory even when the Power is Switched Off.


The instrument has an inbuilt battery charger which automatically charges batteries while the instrument is playing.

Please use only rechargeable AAA size battery.