#1
Hi. I searched around and never quite found the answer for this one. BOSS TU-2 enables to power other pedals. My question is, what kind of adapter should I use? It's obvious I can't use one 9V DC 200mA to power 4 more pedals besides the TU-2 itself. And if I stick for example 1000mA adapter in it, I presume it's just going to blow up.

Or what?
#2
Well, the Boss pedals are more like a power pass through really. Try and find out the current draw for each pedal, and then add it up to see how much you need.
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#3
Quote by That_Pink_Queen
Well, the Boss pedals are more like a power pass through really. Try and find out the current draw for each pedal, and then add it up to see how much you need.

What's... power pass?
#4
It doesn't really supply its own power. Don't start thinking that you can plug in a ton of pedals from the tuner, it only passes through the power from the original adapter. I believe the output is 200mH.
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#5
Quote by That_Pink_Queen
It doesn't really supply its own power. Don't start thinking that you can plug in a ton of pedals from the tuner, it only passes through the power from the original adapter. I believe the output is 200mH.

Sorry, I'm probably retarded, since I really don't get your point

Well what I understood is that, I can't plug 4 additional pedals to TU-2. So why is BOSS depicting several pedals connected to TU-2 in the owner's manual? But what does " it only passes through the power from the original adapter" mean? Could you explain in a bit simplier language?