Voodoo Pedal Power 2 Plus and a Bose monitor?

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  1. riachuelo

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    Greetings. I have a gig this weekend and am planning to use a recently acquired Bose S1 Pro speaker as a small monitor so I can hear myself sing. Am wondering, though, whether the power supplied by the courtesy outlet on a Pedal Power 2 Plus would be enough to juice it, especially without causing any problems to the pedals on my board. I know each of the plugs in the Pedal Power is isolated, but I am pretty ignorant when it comes to electrical matters. The courtesy outlet says "200 watts max." The lingo next to the power outlet on the Bose speaker, picture attached, says 150W. Common sense, duh, tells me it SHOULD work. But I'm wary of overlooking anything. Any thoughts appreciated. Thank you.
     

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  2. Chud

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    I don’t see why it wouldn’t be fine, but if you have both handy you can test under gig conditions to make sure.
     
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    Thanks, yeah, i am for sure gonna try it at home first.
     
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