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The MUT-500 Power Supply is a universal, 6-way 120-volt AC adapter with a polarity switch for keyboards....Click To Read More About This Product
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The MUT-500 Power Supply is a universal, 6-way 120-volt AC adapter with a polarity switch for keyboards.
- Output: 3, 4.5, 6, 7.5, 9, 12 volts
- Current: 500 mA
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I bought 3 of these when it was a stupid deal of the day. I got them today and set them up with my pedals none of the connectors fit them (there all boss style pedals and all take a boss power supply). One of them overheated and was really hot when I unplugged it and it was only plugged in for 5 minutes and one worked for 2 minutes and the other never worked. I would return them but because it was a stupid deal of the day it's non-returnable.
Just bought 3 of these power adapters. When I opened them, I was suprised at the quality. These adapters are SOLID construction. I gave them a 5.0 on features because of the polarity switch, and the ablity to litterally PICK what voltage you need to supply. Did I mention the SIX different ways you can plug it into your effect? If all 5 prongs dont work, then the 9V battery Imposter is sure to do it. Cheap, Incredibly versatile, Built like a tank, and powers ALL of my pedals. All (10 of them). The brands I use range from MXR, Boss, Digitech, Dunlop, and Dean Markley. All of them are powered by this adapter, and powered at FULL level. No more 9V batts, or anything. Now, there are two bad things about this. EVERYTHING in this world has a catch. You guys are wondering why this thing is so cheap? 2 Reasons. 1, Because the second there plugged into a pedal to power the pedal, you receive INSTANT hum from your amp. At least I did from my amp. This hum is a steady, very minor hum, but once you get 3-4 of them going, the hum gets so loud to the point where you will need to buy a noise suppressor or gate. And the final reason, is THESE THINGS ARE HUGE. ONE of them takes up almost THREE entire outlet spaces on my smaller surge protectors, and compeltely COVERS 2 of the outlets on my regular sized ones. When you plug one of these into a wall outlet, even if you turn the other one upside down it wont fit. So, be aware, if you are attempting to buy 4-5 of these or more, to save some $ on power your pedals, this is a wise choice if you are looking into or have a noise reduction pedal, and you have some type of way to plug all of them in. AKA 2 Extra Surge Protectors for JUST these.