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  • -Livingroom--Livingroom-

    unbeatable for the price.

    Modtone MT-POWP Power PlantPublished on 02/27/14 at 03:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The first thing to note is that it is increasingly difficult to find it. I found that in Amazon or U.S. sites. I took to change my power plant in harley benton, that even if the price is his office does not have isolated outputs. Here is the case, it can be placed in 220 or 115v if you travel around the world with its hardware, it's nice. You can also emulate a battery end of life on two outputs from 9 to 4 volts if it is equipped with a small screwdriver. We also have the right to Ac output and can pass other 12v (from memory, because I do not use it).

    The value for money is unbeatable, I recommend it to everyone instead of typing more expensive fuel tank and with fewer options.
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    The first thing to note is that it is increasingly difficult to find it. I found that in Amazon or U.S. sites. I took to change my power plant in harley benton, that even if the price is his office does not have isolated outputs. Here is the case, it can be placed in 220 or 115v if you travel around the world with its hardware, it's nice. You can also emulate a battery end of life on two outputs from 9 to 4 volts if it is equipped with a small screwdriver. We also have the right to Ac output and can pass other 12v (from memory, because I do not use it).

    The value for money is unbeatable, I recommend it to everyone instead of typing more expensive fuel tank and with fewer options.
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  • EяяаtomEяяаtom

    Modtone MT-POWP Power PlantPublished on 05/24/09 at 14:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Regulated power supply, filtered but mostly isolated outputs. 8 in total. Protected from a possible short circuit.

    7 outputs 9V DC, 150mA each
    1 output 9V AC, 1000mA

    alternatives are possible
    . from 9 to 12V DC outputs on the first 5
    . 4 to adjust the 6th and 7th 9V output (of interest to fuzz, to simulate a dying battery)

    If desired, 18 or 24V DC, he will place a Y between 2 outputs.

    A selector 115V or 230V, which may be interesting to buy the U.S. dollar and enjoy ...

    Cords:
    6 leads with a tip type Boss (2.1mmm barrel, center negative), a red cord to the AC voltage in 2.5mmm (AC = no polarity so), a type mini jack (3.5mm kind ProCo Rat) and 1 battery clip to the ped…
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    Regulated power supply, filtered but mostly isolated outputs. 8 in total. Protected from a possible short circuit.

    7 outputs 9V DC, 150mA each
    1 output 9V AC, 1000mA

    alternatives are possible
    . from 9 to 12V DC outputs on the first 5
    . 4 to adjust the 6th and 7th 9V output (of interest to fuzz, to simulate a dying battery)

    If desired, 18 or 24V DC, he will place a Y between 2 outputs.

    A selector 115V or 230V, which may be interesting to buy the U.S. dollar and enjoy ...

    Cords:
    6 leads with a tip type Boss (2.1mmm barrel, center negative), a red cord to the AC voltage in 2.5mmm (AC = no polarity so), a type mini jack (3.5mm kind ProCo Rat) and 1 battery clip to the pedals without a power supply output (Big Muff Russian for example).

    Takes the place of a pedal like Boss and a half or so of a kind pedal Roland EV-5.

    Site Modtone ( http://modtone-effects.com/Power-Plant-Variable-Voltage-En1.html )

    in practice:
    After having a Big John and a wreath on a 9V DC transformer, I have no terminology problems of ground loops and buzz so because of the power of my pedals. I have only background noise "natural" or amplifier saturation effect on adjustments (pushed flanger, EQ, centered on the treble etc ...)
    6 I use pedals to outflows 9V DC (Verbzilla, Bf-2, Trinity, EQ, SD-6, Decimator) connected online and effects loop of the amp and a Line6 FM4 that requires AC 9V 1.3A.

    Stinkfoot ( http://www.stinkfoot.se/andreas/diy/power/psu.htm )
    Not really much choice in the power supply to isolated outputs, the Voodoo Lab has no AC output and is more expensive than Modtone the Flatliner is also very expensive and cumbersome, the T Rex is less complete ...

    Topics on the Effects Pedal power:
    1 ( https://forums.audiofanzine.com/index%2Cidtopic%2C277314%2Cidpost%2C%2Chighlight%2CDoc%2BPlus.html )
    2 ( http://basstyra.free.fr/atelier/pages/alimentation/alimentation.html )
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