#1
If I use a One Spot Power Supply (1700mA) to power my Boss TU 2will I be able to run a daisy chain from the TU 2 out, to power my other pedals providing of course they're all 9v and under 1700mA?
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#2
Most pedals don't have a daisy chaining options, so you gotta get a power cable with more than one lead.

Other than that, you'll be good if the sum of all your pedals' power draws doesn't exceed 1700mA.
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#3
Yes I do have 2 leads. One is the actual powersupply which is 1700mA and goes into the TU 2 power in. The other is a daisychain that I want to connect from the TU 2 power out to the rest of my pedals. All of the pedals' combined power is well under 1700mA.
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#4
Check the polarity is the same. Should show you next to the power socket on the pedal. If they are all the same, you're golden.
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Check the polarity is the same. Should show you next to the power socket on the pedal. If they are all the same, you're golden.


This. I use a one spot similarly with my Boss noise gate, that is, I use the power out to power my OD, wah, and delay pedals. Great option to power the pedlulz
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