#1
I have a couple of stompboxes at the moment that I can't use because I only have one power adapter. So I'm looking for a power brick to power them from one wall plug.

Nothing too big, I've only got a multi-fx and wah at the moment but want to add an overdrive and possibly a chorus later. So only need maybe five.

I've tried two or three different daisy chains and they all hummed. So not those please, unless you know one that for sure makes no extra noise.

Try to keep it as cheap as possible please
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#2
Go to voodoo labs website. Look at their power supplies, decide how many outputs you need. Ranges from about 5-12 outs and various options/combinations to be made. They're isolated so they should not add any noise. Great products.
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#4
first off, there are msny items that can make a setup hum, and generally all parts as a whole will 100% fix hum in a setup, nut just pedal power supply. so dont expect the power supply to fix the hum problem 100%.

to answer you question - forget the brick. voodoo labs or T rex.
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#5
We can help out more if you specifically list out what you have.
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#6
Quote by ikey_
first off, there are msny items that can make a setup hum, and generally all parts as a whole will 100% fix hum in a setup, nut just pedal power supply. so dont expect the power supply to fix the hum problem 100%.

to answer you question - forget the brick. voodoo labs or T rex.


I heard that some of the t-rex are non isolated, but i am not positive.

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#7
Shit just get a One Spot daisy chain and do it that way if you only have a few.

No need for a brick yet.
#8
I use a one spot daisy chain to power 8 pedals on my board.

I use to switcher, to switch my effect chains, so all pedals are on all of the time (except for my wah)

I havent had any issues with this setup so far (been about 7 months). Super quiet as well!
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#9
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I use a one spot daisy chain to power 8 pedals on my board.

I use to switcher, to switch my effect chains, so all pedals are on all of the time (except for my wah)

I havent had any issues with this setup so far (been about 7 months). Super quiet as well!


I have one as well. I keep it at home for tweaking, then they go on the board. The only downfall is that younot run reverse polarity (iirc a decent amount of fuzzes).

But i haven't had an issues with a 1 spot and it has some good usage.
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#10
I have a single wall wart for each. Cheaper if you only have a few pedals, and its not all that impractical, I have 4 taped to a power branching thing with multiple sockets. Works great at half the price of a fueltank
#11
I have a single wall wart for each. Cheaper if you only have a few pedals, and its not all that impractical, I have 4 taped to a power branching thing with multiple sockets. Works great at half the price of a fueltank