Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus
Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus

Pedal Power 2 Plus, AC Adapters for Pedal from Voodoo Lab in the Pedal Power series.

kinder_guano 05/19/2007

Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus : kinder_guano's user review


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Power supply not Deguelle Pedal (regulated power supply built into the housing).

- 1A (1000 mA) current.
- 8 miniswitches in the box to change the behavior of eight power outlets.

- 4 outputs 9v ACA (format barrel to barrel Boss Boss 5.5x2.1 negative center) switch with "normal" PSA Boss set. With switch "On" is the Boss ACA.

- 4 outputs 9v L6 (format barrel to barrel Boss Line6 5.5x2.1 5.5x2.5 negative center) b'en here, the Voodoo Lab power supply of a sudden becomes really more versatile than the power supply 'type Dunlop DC Brick . This power supply works perfectly with my L6 Line6 pedals, Aphex.

- 2 outputs 9v SAG (format barrel to barrel Boss Boss 5.5x2.1 negative center) switch with "normal" PSA Boss set. With switch "On", one can vary the voltage of 4 to 9V (with the small screw above the 2 outputs).

- A good bunch of cables: cables 6 Boss 5.5x2.1, 5.5x2.5 Line6 two red cables, a cable to jack 3.5 stereo (food, eh!), A cable "snap" to connect the 9v battery taken to square (excellent, you can power the pedals, which initially can only work with batteries, like Z-Vex, Russian Big Muff, etc).

- Output in IEC 230v 200 watts max (to feed such a Behringer FCB1010 midi controller, but certainly not an amp!)

- Dimensions
Box L = 15cm, l = 9 cm, H = 4cm

Led Power.
- Made in America.

In short, versatility frankly nice (just needs to be choosy, the adapter pedals reverse bias, but it's really to quibble!).

It's a big power supply 'ultimately very strong!

No background noise, ground loops, buzz, humm and that sort of thing.

A well-crafted documentation giving a lot of information about the types of food depending on the brand or models of pedals!

Welcome versatility, the Pedal Power can adapt to almost any 9v pedal market.
Well, yes, not possible to supply with my damn tasty but EH Electric Mistress in 24v, but it is the only of all that can go through the Voodoo Lab, where a DC Brick makes hands on too much 9v pedals.

I now have 3 pedalboard, 2 are fed via Voodoo Lab, and one by a DC Brick. Only because it has a pedalboard and a whammy wah, which take up too much space to put a Voodoo Lab, the Dunlop Brick can just pass.
The Voodoo is certainly a little more expensive but much more efficient and versatile than the briquette Dunlop. The accessories are also more likely.

Hop, a link to my opinion on the briquette Dunlop (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index% 2Cidproduit 2C41490.html%)

Thank you for making me drool Lonewolf with its Voodoo! Glad I made this purchase!