Harley Benton Power Plant
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Harley Benton Power Plant

Power Plant, AC Adapters for Pedal from Harley Benton.

All user reviews for the Harley Benton Power Plant

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Average Score:3.9( 3.9/5 based on 45 reviews )
 19 reviews42 %
 11 reviews24 %
 6 reviews13 %
 3 reviews7 %
 3 reviews7 %
Audience: Beginners Value For Money : Excellent
olivier6108/22/2014

olivier61's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not terrible"

Harley Benton Power Plant
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.
ddn07/02/2014

ddn's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Average Average"

Harley Benton Power Plant
I kept this power supply 6 months. All metal construction is extremely strong, full of cables, AC and DC 12V output on paper is excellent. But as it delivers 500 mA total without isolated outputs, soon being asked to supply anything other than distos it buzzes in every way.

So well ... For a pedalboard with pedals to low demand, it will, if not buy a real alim. Since I have a Pedal Power 2 I know I will not go back.
-Livingroom-01/04/2014

-Livingroom-'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" made his taff for the price!"

Harley Benton Power Plant
I use it for 5 years and it still holds up! Therefore robust. I like the price and the ability to have multiple voltages available. I do not like the fact that the case is not an isolated case and that of adding effects in a loop (for example) the buzz can make themselves welcome!

I previously used the special power supplies (one per foot) and garlands (that drop quickly on tour) and short ... we decide to make this investment, and even if I changed recently for Modtone, I do not regret this purchase!
Paul Boogie11/11/2013

Paul Boogie's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" preferably avoid ..."

Harley Benton Power Plant
A power supply that generates a buzz in the saturated quite embarrassing and certainly pronounced channel due to a ground loop ... otherwise good solid construction and complete configuration ..
zhe.bobo11/03/2013

zhe.bobo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Do the job"

Harley Benton Power Plant
How long have you use it?
I use it for about 4 months

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
No

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Simple and effective

How would you rate the quality / price?
Means. This device has mounted me that electricity was not up to standard at home. Indeed, in all rooms repet where I went to play this pedal do all crack up. Probably a problem with grounding. With me it does not trip ...

With experience, you do again this choice? ...
When I have tried higher end models I verais
efabric10/28/2013

efabric's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Done its job"

Harley Benton Power Plant
I had a breakdown over it a few weeks ago. It was enough to change a small fuse going again nickel. Warning, there is a single internal voltage regulator for all power supplies. Some pedals can alone put your PSU knees, or create noise associated with regulator overstretched. Know before you connect it all your digital multi-effects (noise digital to analog masses connected masses) and big greedy pedals (moogerfooger in my case).
If in doubt, take her little brother just five outputs: The five outputs each have a dedicated controller.
efabric10/28/2013

efabric's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Swiss Army Knife"

Harley Benton Power Plant
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.
CautionHot10/25/2013

CautionHot's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good and bad"

Harley Benton Power Plant
8 outputs 9v delivering a max of 500mA, a 12V output AC and DC .. On paper it is for € 40 but Fame (and other brands) are as good or better with isolated outputs.

The interior is a transformer, a diode bridge, a capacitor and a voltage regulator. Then a small zener and led to ON. 7809 voltage regulator slammed on my own, I changed without difficulty but be handyman in case of problems. Otherwise it is a relatively quiet PSU so the Q / A is good
benmail10/22/2013

benmail's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very well"

Harley Benton Power Plant
Very good material. Never a problem.
moretto10/21/2013

moretto's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I love it"

Harley Benton Power Plant
I use it for 2 years, I bought the first power supply is top and does a good job of alim ... may have to plug several pedals.