#1
Pretty much as the title says

Ive got a couple of 9v DC pedals and a 18v DC pedal.
Max budget is less than £150 pounds

Yes used will work for me too

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#5
i thought some of the t-rex ones were meant to hum, but i have no idea which ones, and I haven't tried them- that's hearsay. do a search at hc or somewhere like that.
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#7
I think im pretty sold on the voodoo lab one tbh

Unless anyone can find me a better one?
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#9
Quote by Carrot
I think im pretty sold on the voodoo lab one tbh

Unless anyone can find me a better one?


Voodoo Lab psu's are a good choice. Depending on which one you get, you may need a "Y" adapter to achieve 18V. The ISO-5 has an 18V dedicated outlet. Whereas the PP2+ does not. You will need the "Y" adapter to tie in 2 outlets to achieve the 18V.
#10
Quote by Dave_Mc
i thought some of the t-rex ones were meant to hum, but i have no idea which ones, and I haven't tried them- that's hearsay. do a search at hc or somewhere like that.


In my experience with them its the Fuel Tank Classic (blue one). because its the only one without isolated power.

that said if your pedals play nice its a great power supply
#12
Quote by Oldmonkeys
In my experience with them its the Fuel Tank Classic (blue one). because its the only one without isolated power.

that said if your pedals play nice its a great power supply


that might be it
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#13
Quote by Carrot
Do you know any specs about that?
It looks interesting.


The CAE/MXR MC-403 is an excellent PSU, I have that on my board as it kicked off the PP2+ and the ISO-5.
8-9V
4-18V
2-9VAC
2-Variable voltage outlets from 6.5V-15V
1-Accessory outlet

It's great, although large in size: 4" x 13.5" x 1.75". Comes w/ rack panel for mounting as well as mounts for mounting on a pedalboard. It is excellent, but if you are maintaining your current board, the 403 becomes too large for your needs. If you do plan on expanding, then this would be a good consideration.
#14
I think something with 4x 18v connections is a bit silly in this instance. I know a couple of power supplies out there have, for example, 8x 9v connections but you can link 2 together to create an 18v connection should you need one. That would probably be the best solution here.

I'm not at my PC right now so I can't check but I'd imagine the voodoo Lab would be one of them, along with one of the T-Rex supplies.

PS. Not that the MC-403 isn't interesting though, because I was un-aware of it until now.
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#15
It's the same price as the high end voodoo and it's got isolated outputs.
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#16
Quote by ChrisN
I think something with 4x 18v connections is a bit silly in this instance. I know a couple of power supplies out there have, for example, 8x 9v connections but you can link 2 together to create an 18v connection should you need one. That would probably be the best solution here.

I'm not at my PC right now so I can't check but I'd imagine the voodoo Lab would be one of them, along with one of the T-Rex supplies.

PS. Not that the MC-403 isn't interesting though, because I was un-aware of it until now.


For the OP's needs, yes the 403 is too big. I love the versatility of the 403. It replaced the PP2+ and the ISO-5 off of my board.
Yes you can use a "Y" adapter off of 2-9VDC outlets to achieve 18V from the PP2+. as I mentioned in a previous post.
#17
Thanks everyone for the posts but Im gonna go with the PP2+
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Laney Ironheart 60h
Zilla Superfatboy 2x12 v30's

Pedals