#1
so my cousin will be bringing
an isp decimator
an ibanez ts9
and a danelectro fish and chips 7 band eq from chicago on 29th of this month
but since the volatge of us is 110v and india's voltage is 220v
which power supply should i get
thanks
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#3
any better option
and i noticed its 115-230v ¿¿
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#4
that means it'll accept voltage from anywhere in the world, provided it has the right plug. And don't worry about 5V or so, the voltage swing can be more than that so you'll be fine.

and i suppose the voodoo labs iso 5 is also a good option. and if you extend your budget a bit more, look at a Modtone power plant.
#5
tell him to bring all of his power supply/cables that he uses, then...


buy a 230v > 115v step down transformer. to run off all of it.
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#7
just wondering what'l happen if i run the pedals with the u.s cords i.e without the step down transformer or the 115v-220v??? power supply
and is there something like this with the batteries too
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#8
last question i promise
are individual pedal power adapters available with 115v-230v rating like one adapter for powering one pedal??
thanks
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Ibanez Rga32 (FOR SALE)
Laney Lv412a Cab(FOR SALE)
Soon To Get::
Boss DD20
Morley Bad Horsie II
#9
anyone???
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Morley Bad Horsie II
#10
Quote by ECistheBest
tell him to bring all of his power supply/cables that he uses, then...


buy a 230v > 115v step down transformer. to run off all of it.


+1

or alternatively just buy a power adaptor in india. pedals are easy- you can buy pedals anywhere, they aren't country-specific. it's just the adaptors which are.
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#11
Quote by deepsal
last question i promise
are individual pedal power adapters available with 115v-230v rating like one adapter for powering one pedal??
thanks



http://www.summitsource.com/product_info.php?products_id=8873

If you need 12v

http://audio-depot.amazonwebstore.com/COBY-CA33-Universal-110220-VoltAC-Power/M/B00006JPFM.htm?traffic_src=froogle&utm_medium=CSE&utm_source=froogle
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#12
@dave so according to what you're saying can i use boss adapters with ts9 and decimator?
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#13
Quote by deepsal
@dave so according to what you're saying can i use boss adapters with ts9 and decimator?



If the Boss adapters are for the voltage in India, yes. Otherwise no. If you are in the USA go to a Radio Shack and you can get generic adapters and transformers for any country.
#14
Quote by IbanezBossShred
If the Boss adapters are for the voltage in India, yes. Otherwise no.


yeah i think so. I'm guessing the ones they'd sell in india would be for the right voltage (lol) but obviously check just to be sure.
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