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Cioks Baby

AC Adapters for Pedal from Cioks belonging to the Standard series.

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SkjoldSkjold

Simple and cheap

Cioks BabyPublished on 08/11/12 at 09:01
Here you are dealing with a basic and simple power supply generating 9V DC on five (5) outlets. You have a total of 280mA to share between the five outlets.
The outlets are filtered, but not isolated, which means, that do you have some sort of hum, it gets shared between all of the outlets! If you have a power conditioner somewhere in you setup, then you should have no problems at all. I can't remember wether the center is positive or negative, but switch cables does exist, giving you the possibility to use pedals with reversed polarity on this power supply as well.
Per default, this power supply works straight up, with Boss pedals, using normal polarity cables.

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Here you are dealing with a basic and simple power supply generating 9V DC on five (5) outlets. You have a total of 280mA to share between the five outlets.
The outlets are filtered, but not isolated, which means, that do you have some sort of hum, it gets shared between all of the outlets! If you have a power conditioner somewhere in you setup, then you should have no problems at all. I can't remember wether the center is positive or negative, but switch cables does exist, giving you the possibility to use pedals with reversed polarity on this power supply as well.
Per default, this power supply works straight up, with Boss pedals, using normal polarity cables.

Extra cables are a bit on the expensive site (around 5$ + VAT), but when buying it in a store, they usually give you enough cables to fill out every outlet socket on the power supply.

As with any other device requiring power, it comes with a standard two pole power connector, so make sure, that you plug it into the power socket the right way around, otherwise you might have some phase issues. I tend to change the power connector on my equipment when I receive it, to three pole power connectors (phase, ground and null). This way, I always have the phase the right way round, unless the building has some old electrical installations.

If you are looking for a new power supply, then I would recommend that you look for something else. The Cioks Baby is good, no doubt about it, but the problem is the non-isolated outputs. The difference in price between the ones with isolated outlets as opposed to the non-isolated outlets is minute, compared to the advantage you have.
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chrisbloodchrisblood

Cioks BabyPublished on 06/29/07 at 04:13
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Small 9v power supply providing a total of 280mA protected. 5 taken for flex. 3 come with the housing (2 DC + plug a mini-jack). It is possible to acquire additional flex (by the way quite expensive = average of 5 euros / room tax). Works for Boss pedals, Line 6 and other electronic 9v with the same polarity.
Small (I did not need bigger), decent price ... Cioks remains that is not distributed everywhere (they do not know ...). Thomann I took it myself in a nice store in Lyon: Effect on line (they have a site). I would do this choice.
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BerzinBerzin

Cioks BabyPublished on 07/19/07 at 14:09
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Enough said. Note that among the three cords provided, both are "standard" and one for the cards "mini-jack" found on some pedals, often from across the Atlantic. The cordosn 30 cm are provided, but you can acqurir of 50 or 80 cm, which is useful for powering pedals moves away. Otherwise, a trs works well and looks solid. The report price is good quality. The cards are very easy unplug. There are two LEDs, one indicating power on, the other indicating that the power supply does not meet the calle pedals. This is the multi-power supply of good quality pedals the most effective I've found, without being too onreuse. Too bad she does not book with 5 cords.
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FredRx.DanielFredRx.Daniel

Cioks BabyPublished on 05/08/09 at 05:45
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The Cioks Baby is a very useful little box for those who want neither s'embter with multiple processors or change the 9V battery of pedals.
The food, very practical, is of good manufacture, it is solid, compact plutt. It can power up to five pedals operated by 9V. Its outputs are RCA, but there are all the cables RCA = DC (Boss ...), RCA Jack (Electro Harmonix).
The report quality price seems right.
I am satisfied with TRS this little box.
Do not hesitate MODEL acqurir this if you have multiple feeds 9V pedals!
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  • Manufacturer: Cioks
  • Model: Baby
  • Series: Standard
  • Category: AC Adapters for Pedals
  • Added in our database on: 12/26/2007

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