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> Pedalboard Power Supplies, T-rex Fuel tank, Voodo Labs Pedal Power, Dunlop Brick etc.
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post Jul 9 2008, 11:17 AM
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Allright. Simple as the Title says. This thread is about Power supplies for pedalboards.
What is the best option?

A big power supply? Which one?
Voodo Labs Pedal Power Series? T-Rex Fuel Tank Series? Dunlop DC Brick? SoundLab Pedal Power ? Other?

Or should you just stick to small ones like the Boss PSA and settle with plugging in a million of them before you can start playing? Is it worth it?

Suggestions, comments and opinions please.
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post Jul 9 2008, 11:21 AM
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VooDooLabs Pedal Power 2

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post Jul 9 2008, 04:41 PM
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I use Boss adapter that came with BCB60 pedalboard, it's a 1000mA, 9V one and serves me well. Maybe if some pedals have high power consumption or if it is a custom pedalboard they need a big pro power unit.


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post Jul 9 2008, 05:49 PM
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I also use BCB60 , it has its boss power supply (really small in size) and 1000mA 9v..Its connected to a cable with a large number of extensions so you can plug a lot of pedals to it (its in series)...So 1000mA power adapter with extension cord that enables you to plug in lots of pedals to the same adapter should be sufficient for you...But if you have a custom pedalboard with some pedals running 24v than you need some of these specials adapters you mentioned..


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