[NAMM][VIDEO] Strymon Zuma & Ojai power supplies
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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