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Pedal Pad Power Pad II Power Supply
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This Power Pad II Power Supply cycles so far above the range of human hearing that ripple-based buzz (60-cycle hum) is eliminated. At 1.67 amps of cu...Click To Read More About This Product
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Power for your pedals, without the buzz!
This Power Pad II Power Supply cycles so far above the range of human hearing that ripple-based buzz (60-cycle hum) is eliminated. At 1.67 amps of current, the Power Pad II will deliver exactly 9 volts every time and can power up to 8 guitar effects pedals. AC and DC power is circuit protected. Includes an AC courtesy outlet which solves the problem of different voltages and reversed polarities. 8 - 2.1MM 9VDC outputs and cords and an IEC inlet with 10' AC power cable.
Eliminates 60 cycle hum
Delivers 1.67 amps of current, exactly 9 volts to each pedal
Powers up to 8 pedals
Circuit protected power
AC courtesy outlet
Includes 8 - 2.1MM 9VDC outputs and cords and an IEC inlet with 10' AC power cable
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I bought a cheap pedal board and the power adapter that came with it ran into ground looping problems and would buzz periodically through the pedals. This sucked through a delay because the buzz would perpetually get louder. I bought this and it really cleaned up my sound. I no longer get that 60 hz hum. It was a little costly but if you have hum through your pedal power supply this is a must have.
I've had one for about 5 years I guess. It works perfectly. I powered 20+ stomp boxes using various jumpers. It powered all of them like a champ with no noise, other than the desirable noise I like to use. Sure it is bigger, but sometimes bigger is better. It would be nicer if the power cord connected to the side or back instead. The only problem I had was malfunction do to Visual Sound 1 jumpers being the wrong polarity. Once disconected and replaced everything was fine. Boss and Godlyke daisy chains work well. I plan on getting another for my second and third boards.
This is the worst power supply out there. It takes up at least twice as much room as the Dunlop Brick. It is cheaply made and the cables aren't flush when connected to the power box. I was trying to supply eight pedals - Boss (3), Line 6 (2), Arion, MXR, and a CryBaby. I was very disappointed when I turned the power on - the buzz and hum levels were ear-piercing, even with no pedals activated! When I tried to power each pedal separately I got buzz from even the Boss pedals, 60 cycle hum from some of the others, and the signal barely came through the Line 6 stomp boxes. Go with the Dunlop Brick or deal with the eye-sore of a surge protector.