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FredcarbuFredcarbu

Harley Benton Power PlantPublished on 11/21/09 at 02:12
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I use it for about a year.
Before I used a small transformer with a garland, and I had a lot of breath.
Since I use more worries.

It's cheap, solid (I'm hanging by repeating the concert and at least twice a week) and complete.

So if I had to redo this purchase, it would be your eyes closed!

Recommend !!!!
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give35give35

Harley Benton Power PlantPublished on 11/21/09 at 02:30
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How long have you use it? Days

Before I used to be a bunch of transformer or a power strip cord (sssnake). Whatever the solution, I had parasitic sounds in the amp. I even "stupid" separate pedal because I thought there was inconsistency between pedals <=> acoustic amp (Marshall AS100D) or pedals <=> power amp (Hartke Piggyback) with guitars Ovation Legend and Epiphone SheratonII .dropoff window

Now all combinations work quietly: BOSS pedals (CS3 and Super Phaser) Modtone (Vintage Speedbox and delay) and BETA-ALVIN CS100.

Only regret not feeding my Digitech JAMMAN => you need a specific power supply (1300mA)

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Choice again: yes yes yes without...…
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How long have you use it? Days

Before I used to be a bunch of transformer or a power strip cord (sssnake). Whatever the solution, I had parasitic sounds in the amp. I even "stupid" separate pedal because I thought there was inconsistency between pedals <=> acoustic amp (Marshall AS100D) or pedals <=> power amp (Hartke Piggyback) with guitars Ovation Legend and Epiphone SheratonII .dropoff window

Now all combinations work quietly: BOSS pedals (CS3 and Super Phaser) Modtone (Vintage Speedbox and delay) and BETA-ALVIN CS100.

Only regret not feeding my Digitech JAMMAN => you need a specific power supply (1300mA)

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Choice again: yes yes yes without hesitation .... No more Strip, parasites sounds ....
Good zic
Treblig
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efabricefabric

Swiss Army Knife

Harley Benton Power PlantPublished on 10/28/13 at 03:12
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I am using for nine years.
C'tait my first guitar amp. I pass the lamps since. See anything in sound and dynamics. I bought it on the Internet here based on the videos.
The prampli is not exceptional. It is difficult to keep a clean high volume sound. Crunch sounds are drafts and the distortions very aggressive. As against the DI gave me a good sound for bass. The effects loop includes a speaker simulation (top section) that can not be bypassed, except back into the amp with a jack / RCA cable.
In the end I use as a power amp for my studio monitors (without even a volume knob) on entering the line between cinch (10db).
We must take it as a backup amp in case of failure. It is...…
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I am using for nine years.
C'tait my first guitar amp. I pass the lamps since. See anything in sound and dynamics. I bought it on the Internet here based on the videos.
The prampli is not exceptional. It is difficult to keep a clean high volume sound. Crunch sounds are drafts and the distortions very aggressive. As against the DI gave me a good sound for bass. The effects loop includes a speaker simulation (top section) that can not be bypassed, except back into the amp with a jack / RCA cable.
In the end I use as a power amp for my studio monitors (without even a volume knob) on entering the line between cinch (10db).
We must take it as a backup amp in case of failure. It is perfect for a: small and robust. It does not heat.
This amp has all the same few problems. A ground loop doing a background buzz. We can break the ground loop in dvissant Jack sockets (instrument and headphone) in faade. I isolated from mine with fittings attached! Since there is still a "hiss" very low, but nothing to do with the ground loop buzz.
There was also a continued reminder of the problems that I have not had the level of the internal voltage regulator. There is a resistance or diode weld the inside to avoid the. I did a long time ago without any disassemble and I have not had trouble since.
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olivier61olivier61

Not terrible

Harley Benton Power PlantPublished on 08/22/14 at 00:25
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I used this power six months. It provides power 8 pedals 9 volts and 12 volts 2. It parraissait fine. At first everything worked. And then the off button no longer worked properly after 2 months. Shortly after she started to generate me a noise. So I replaced since.
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  • Manufacturer: Harley Benton
  • Model: Power Plant
  • Category: AC Adapters for Pedals
  • Added in our database on: 09/13/2008

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