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News Decibel Eleven Hot Stone Deluxe

Decibel Eleven introduces the DB-11 Hot Stone isolated DC power supplies.

The three DB-11 Hot Stone power supplies feature a Toroidal transformer and short circuit protected isolated outputs to eliminate hum or interaction between pedals. Each Hot Stone power supply is backed with a five year warranty.


Features

  • 8 Isolated outputs
  • 10 total available outlets
  • Toroidal transformer with additional magnetic shielding
  • Short circuit protection on all outputs – cable shorts won’t harm outputs
  • 2 400mA sections at 9V and 12VDC – capable of powering Eventide, Strymon, TC Electronic Nova, Line 6 modelers (4 button) and more
  • 2 Mid Power, 200mA outputs at 9V or 12VDC – powers Line 6 modelers (4button), Boss Twin and more
  • 2 Variable voltage outputs to simulate used carbon batteries – get “brown” sound transistor fuzz
  • Combine outputs for 18V or 24VDC* – for powering MXR Flanger or EHX Deluxe Memory Man 
  • Chassis with 2mm steel
  • All outputs said capable of meeting full rated currents simultaneously without ripple - 1600mA total
  • 5 year warranty

 

Pricing:

Retail price is $250 / street $179.00


For more information: www.decibel11.com

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