Strymon is not introducing any effect pedal at NAMM 2016, but instead they designed an expandable power supply called Zuma.
Zuma offers nine 9V DC outputs, each being pre-regulated, optically isolated and featuring its custom transformer. Each output provides 500 mA, two of them can power 12 V (375 mA) or 18V DC (250 mA) pedals and 9 cables are provided.
Ojai provides five 9V DC outputs, each with the same characteristics, and can be used in standalone or connected to the Zuma via a 24V jack sold separately.
Here’s the presentation of this new Zuma and Ojai system at the Strymon booth we shot during the NAMM 2016 Preview Day:
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