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one of the best power supplies!

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by rob_thebassman, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    I ordered this the other day.. and it came today

    http://www.effectpowersupplies.com/...ply-with-integrated-6-way-daisy-chain-2-p.asp

    and I swear to god.. don't let the fact its a daisy chain fool you, but this is possibly one of the best power supplies I've ever picked up! P####s all over the Visual Sound One Spot!

    Sounds great through my Boss TU3, EHX Bass Blogger (no noise at all!) and EHX Micro QTron. Just like using batteries. Isn't so great with the line 6 relay G30 though, but hey.. you get a power supply with that anyway so no harm done :)
  2. Guinness20

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    I was considering the Dr. Tone PSU10 power supply from Dawsons - can power up to 10 pedals, with eight 9v and two adjustable to 12v, and dirt cheap. But now this looks like it could be a better option.
  3. kenstee

    kenstee Supporting Member

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    Doesn't say what voltage it can handle. All 9? 12? 18? 24? Or what?

    BTW, that Dr. Tone sounds good BUT...when are these manufacturers going to put a few 18v (not just one) into these power supplies? It is commonly used but often you need to connect two 9's together to get the 18 and occupy two outlet positions.
  4. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    I recommend it mate, there's some quality looking gear on that site
  5. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    you can get 12v and 18v adapters on their site
  6. Lebowsky

    Lebowsky w00t? Supporting Member

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    how is it any different from the one spot? :confused: price?
  7. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    £12 cheaper, doesn't make noise with my pedals :)
  8. Guinness20

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    I have to agree with you about the 18v - was looking at a diamond bass comp, but it'll be such a pain to buy the Dr. Tone then indivually power the diamond. I know there's a voodoo labs, think it's the ISO-5, with an 18v on it - but that's considerably larger than the Dr. Tone and more than 3X as expensive!
  9. Adamixoye

    Adamixoye A PT Pro is cool for worship, right? Supporting Member

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    No right angle tips for US users?
  10. rob_thebassman

    rob_thebassman

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    there is, it's come up with I looked at it

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