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I used to use a VS 1 spot but it started to have this buzzing noise, I need an isolated psu that can power a hardwire sc-2, lovepedal kalamazoo, zoom cdr-70, nux time force, ernie ball vp junior, and a tc mini hof
Last edited by rushingaway at Jul 3, 2014,
#2
im in a hunt for one myself, the new pedal train power supply looks promising


*dat 9v wall PSU hiss*
#4
I use an Artec Power Brick. Cheap, but seems to do the job silently & it's been 100% reliable in the year or so I've owned it.
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#5
I use a T-Rex Fuel Tank Chameleon and I really like it.

Should suit your needs perfectly, you'll probably just need the specific current doubler cable to feed the Zoom unit (I have an MS-100BT and it needs it).
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T-REX Fuel Tank Chameleon
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#6
Quote by Linkerman
I use a T-Rex Fuel Tank Chameleon and I really like it.

Should suit your needs perfectly, you'll probably just need the specific current doubler cable to feed the Zoom unit (I have an MS-100BT and it needs it).


so theres like a switch to change the voltage from 9v-12v?
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Quote by rushingaway
so theres like a switch to change the voltage from 9v-12v?

There are multiple switches.
- Outlets 1 to 3 can be switched between 9V and 12V DC;
- Outlet 4 can be switched between 9V and 12V DC;
- Outlet 5 can be switched between 9V and 18V DC;
- Outlet 6 outputs 12V AC, and if you use it, you can't use outlet 5.





But voltage is different than current.

For example: since the Zoom MS-100BT has a really high current draw, I'm using a special current doubler cable in outlets 2 & 3.
My digital reverb also has a high current draw (but not as high as the Zoom), so it's by itself on outlet 1.
My chorus requires a specific cable too, so it's has outlet 4 all for itself.
My tuner, overdrive, fuzz and distortion are all daisy-chained to outlet 5.

And I have every outlet set to 9V DC.

As a rule of thumb, digital pedals have a higher current draw than analog pedals.
Squier "VMC" Stratocaster
PRS SE Singlecut
tc electronic polytune
CMAT MODS Signa Drive
Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina
DIY gaussmarkov Dr. Boogey
EHX Small Clone
Mooer ShimVerb
DIY Beavis Devolt
T-REX Fuel Tank Chameleon
Ampeg GVT52-112
Last edited by Linkerman at Jul 3, 2014,
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