Recommend a power supply for a few thirsty pedals...

bluesholyman

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I currently have a Walrus Audio Phoenix, but to my surprise, it cannot power my FreeTheTone Flight Time, which requires a min of 400ma at 9v. I have ran into a few pedals that require more juice, but this is one of my more thirsty.

Looking for a supplemental under-board power supply that can do a few fully isolated pedals each at least at 400-500ma. I'd prefer that it uses standard IEC type cable/plug instead of a wall wart. What would you suggest?
 

schmee

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2 amps! (2000 ma) Cheap used on Ebay. I paid $22 for mine. Adjustable voltage settings. The 9V setting is near right on.
 

RetroTeleRod

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The Truetone CS-6 has 2 outputs that are 500ma each. It’s a compact unit with a standard power cord too.
 

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Lies&Distortion

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I was a One-Spot guy forever, then I moved my amp to a noisy area. Got a Cioks DC10. Been happy so far, except I want more outputs. But that limits how many pedals I load up, which is not a bad thing if you know what I mean.
 

northernguitar

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I was a One-Spot guy forever, then I moved my amp to a noisy area. Got a Cioks DC10. Been happy so far, except I want more outputs. But that limits how many pedals I load up, which is not a bad thing if you know what I mean.
You can still use one isolated port on a Daisy-chain. As long as the port supplies the necessary mA to power all the pedals.
 




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