Re: multi voltage, multi output PSU
- From: Greg <gregedwards@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 03:59:04 -0700 (PDT)
On 27 Aug, 11:47, Andy_D <andy.demps...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Aug 27, 11:23 am, Greg <gregedwa...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Why are they so expensive!
I want a 'power brick' that can a 3 or 4 9v outputs, and at least 2x
12v DC outputs, boss style connector, so I don't have to have a 4 gang
with multiple wall warts attached. Keep in nice, clean and simple.
The 12v ones need to be at least 300ma too.
The only ones I can find are the Voodoo Labs and Trex Chameleon, which
are.... some pounds... more than some of my pedals, put together!
Generally they are expensive as they are built to a specification, not
a price. You are asking for a lot of wall-warts in a small space! The
Voodoo labs one in particular has toroidal transformers and isolated
outputs ensuring noise-free operation. I have a PP2 and it's given me
years of trouble free use so far!
http://www.thomann.de/gb/harley_benton_powerplant.htmis cheap but
only has one 12v
You mentioned -http://www.thomann.de/gb/t_rex_fuel_tank_chameleon.htm
which does exactly what you want and I think is very reasonably priced
- considering it meets your requirements perfectly! It will probably
outlast your pedals too
There is alsohttp://www.visionguitars.co.uk/burkey_flatliner_six_pedal_board_power...
which will meet all your requirements exactly for a similar price to
the T-Rex above.
Failing those options you could strap a 4 way gang to your pedalboard
and run a long mains cable like I used to...http://www.flickr.com/photos/baconsarnie/1412972649/
Thanks for those suggestions Andy. I already bought the Harley Benton
one only to find the outlets are all 250ma. My TC pedals require
300ma :( So the the flatliner is out of the question too.
I probably will end up getting the Trex at some point, just not this
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