#1


This is what I've got. I understand that those that require less than 100mA can go into any of the first 4. The problem comes after that.

As I have quite a few pedals that require 250mA. I have one in 400 under 9 and another in 400 under 9. Where do I place the next one?

Where it says 200+200, does this mean each one has a limit of 200mA, can I not place a 250mA pedal in there?
#2
Do those 250mA pedals actually draw that much, or is that just the recommended power supply for them? Lots of pedals specify an adapter far above what they actually need.

If those pedals genuinely draw 250mA then you are going to need another power supply.
#3
"We recommend a power supply that provides 9VDC (center negative) at a minimum of 250mA."
#4
That still doesn't answer how much they actually draw. What pedals are they?
#6
Strymon DD requires 250mA. Running it from a 200mA outlet may let the smoke out of your power supply, pedal or both. I don't recommend it.
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#7
Yeah, not too recently I plugged my El Capistan into the wrong outlet on a pedal power 2 meant for 100ma, and it wouldn't work at all. Thankfully neither the power supply nor the pedal came out of it with any damage, but I'm not about to do that again
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#8
Another issue I've got is with the ibanez tube screamer, it's apparently an ac not dc??
Although I've plugged it in without any problems so far I worry I shouldn't be doing that.
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#9
Quote by marklcfc
Another issue I've got is with the ibanez tube screamer, it's apparently an ac not dc??
Although I've plugged it in without any problems so far I worry I shouldn't be doing that.

My TS is 9v center negative DC, unless yours is completely different I'd guess your wrong
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#10
Oh I've read that wrong then. On the back it said ac adapter dc9v
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#11
Quote by marklcfc
Oh I've read that wrong then. On the back it said ac adapter dc9v

Then you are 100% good to go as long as the mA is enough
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Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Smart Gate
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2002 PRS CE22
2013 G&L ASAT Deluxe
2009 Epiphone G-400 (SH-4)
Marshall JCM2000 DSL100
Krank 1980 Jr 20watt
Krank Rev 4x12 (eminence V12)
GFS Greenie/Digitech Bad Monkey
Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Smart Gate