#1
Hi folks. Having some issues with my pedalboard. I've been daisy-chining all my 9v pedals to a single adapter and it's been working well so far.

Problem #1:
We reconfigured our jam space, and since then the EXACT same setup has not been powerful enough for all my 9v pedals. The only change is that I'm not plugging into the same outlet...

Problem #2:
I have one true bypass pedal (9v) that makes a loud POP when switching. This goes away when it's alone (not in an effect chain).

I was already planning on getting an isolated power supply to fix problem #2, but since problem #1 popped up, I'm not so sure any more... Help?
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#2
Problem #1 may require an electrician to check that outlet.
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Problem #1 may require an electrician to check that outlet.


Right, but let's just say having an electrician visit our jamspace would be... an interesting and daunting challenge :P
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#4
An Isolated power supply just might fix both to be honest.

Or, you could always just get an extension cord and plug that into the place you used to.
#5
spent the money on a iso block of some form. also, get a power conditioner.
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#6
How about running a longer power cable from where you were before, or trying another closer outlet?

I had similar issue in rental studio and I got power from across the room from me in a 50ft power extension chord (your standard contractor type).
#7
UPDATE!

Problem #1 has gone away on it own. Yay!

Thanks for all the replies. I went into my local store and tried troubleshooting with isolated power supplies. Problem #2 does not go away when using an isolated supply (tested the Voodoo labs grounded and the DC Brick ungrounded).

I've heard about soldering a resistor between the input and ground to eliminate any clicking sounds from power buildup. Does anybody have experience with that?
Quote by bi-ah!
this is UG
of course they're going to say
0H it'5 @ jAcK50l\l!??!?!
iT i5 TeH p\/\/naG3!!!

but yeah its fine