#1
Is there any way to fix this? When my pedals are plugged in to a power supply there's a low hum in the background...kinda annoying. Is there anything I can do which doesn't involve replacing them all? If I DO have to replace them, can anyone recommend a power supply that won't break the bank?
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#2
It's a crappy supply. You could probably improve it if you could get it apart but it's probably not worth the trouble. Replace it.
People seem to like their 1 Spots. I have no experience with them, I make my own.

http://www.visualsound.net/index.php/products/pedal_power_supplies/1_spot_power_supply
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Last edited by Cathbard at Jan 31, 2012,
#4
Quote by adambauman31
The 1 spot may hum as well. You might need something like the Powerbrick.

The power brick is an over priced, glorified daisy chain in a box.

1 spot would be fine. PGS have T-Rex Fuel Tank Jr's for $99 at the moment. That could be the go.
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#5
Quote by adambauman31
The 1 spot may hum as well. You might need something like the Powerbrick.

If you're talking about the Dunlop DC Brick, that's the same as a 1Spot.

I use a Godlyke adapter and don't have any noise. If you want to be sure you have the least noise possible get a power supply with isolated outputs. They're not cheap though.