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T-REX CHAMELEON 12V @ 600mA ???

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by glox, Jan 7, 2012.


  1. glox

    glox

    Apr 26, 2008
    Hi guys,
    I bought T-Rex Chameleon in order to power two Markbass pedals (compressore & super synth) both are 12V 600mA. So when I've connect them they could not work, super synt made some weird noise... Latter I've realised each output in T-Rex is 300mA :crying::mad:
    Is that a reason pedals couldn't work - low current??
    Is it possible to double the current on 12V outputs in order to get 600mA?? I've heard there is current doubler cable available...?
    THANKS HEAPS!!!
     
  2. Hauge

    Hauge

    Nov 1, 2007
    Denmark
    You could use a cable like this to double the current (Not voltage!). But in order to power both MB pedals you would have to occupy 4 outlets on the Chameleon leaving only one for the rest of your pedals (Which could be enough).
     
  3. HertzWhenIPlay

    HertzWhenIPlay

    Jan 15, 2011
    I like things that go BOOM
    ...any updates?
    i am looking at getting a couple more markbass pedals to accompany my compressore but am hesitant because of their power requirements and my current board setup.
     

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