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Q & A
Hey Chris, Yes, some pedals do require more power but vast majority of pedals will be totally fine. A lot of the pedals that require more power usually come with their own power supply. Hope this helps, I've been extremely happy with this unit.
By John Wallace on June 6, 2017
Yeah of course, I have mine supplying power to 3 Joyo pedals, 1 Electroharmonix and 1 Dunlop
By Esteban on July 22, 2017
I used velcro to mount mine under the board I built.
By Sean on May 20, 2017
They are Daisy chained, but I just doesn't deliver the power, when it says 100 doesn't do it at 100%. Just don't but this thing, just dont.... mine was taking ages to respond and would fail in the middle of a song, etc
By Oscar on April 8, 2018
The AC Adapter cable is 50 inches. The DC cables from the device to your pedals are 21 inches. There are are also several 6 inch cables that convert standard 9V center negative to 9V center positive (very handy).
By LoveMyDogs on April 5, 2018
My Joyo power supply works very well to supply power to my pedals and they work nice and clean, as for other types of hum I couldn't say because I haven't taken to the road yet. I can say for all my chains in my bedroom I can always get it clean when something starts buzzing.
By Randy Slick on March 27, 2018
By OU Sooner in Texas on February 21, 2018
Yes, it is wired to be compatible with all pedalboard effects.
By John B. Goode on February 11, 2018
No, it's not a true isolation. Each input is separate and this power supply is reliable and a step up from a one-spot or similar daisy chain. It does reduce noise, but you will still have some. However, no matter what you do, with some pedals you will continue to have noise.
By Applewhite Minyard on February 6, 2018