#1
I'm thinking about getting myselfe a Dunlop DC-Brick to power my soon-to-be footboard. but i have heard some things about it i wanted to ask about. if any of you have any experience with it, a responce would be nice


the brick will be powering amongst others a MXR 10band eq, witch needs 18V. anyone have some experience using the brick with 18V? i have read that a few ppl have problms with some really bad humming when using the 18V output.
#2
As long as you obtain the right power supply, the official DC Brick supply, you'll be totally fine. I got mine from ebay and there was humming using the 18v, so i researched and i didnt have the right jim dunlop adapter, so i bought it (was like £27) and it's been crystal clear. I use it to power my doubleshot distortion.

It really is a great piece of equipment. I use all the 9V, it powers my Boss TU-2 and Line Selector and I use them further again to power 5 pedals, and i use the 18v for doubleshot. The signal is crystal and its very compact. There is a new one coming which i think can power Line 6 style connections as well, cant remember where i saw it.