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Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Mondo
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AC Adapters for Pedal from Voodoo Lab belonging to the Pedal Power series.

Public price: $299 incl. VAT
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  • Power for professionals

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power MondoPublished on 04/09/14 at 04:55
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    The Voodoo Lab Mondo is a sure guarantee for the supply of effects pedals. I use it for about 1 month to replace my previous' alim (Cioks Big John who has 7 outputs 9V).
    The reputation of Voodoo Lab power is not misused, that Mondo is ultra-pro! Build quality, finish, complete absence of noise, buzz or electrical ground loops, power options, etc..
    In operation, I appreciate silence of Use and the total absence of heat.
    To be honest, I even found that the presence of Mondo in my set had improved my sound effects ... a little more clearly stood out and were more present! Nothing to transcend her either, but the difference is noticeable.
    The supplied cables and many other food......
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    The Voodoo Lab Mondo is a sure guarantee for the supply of effects pedals. I use it for about 1 month to replace my previous' alim (Cioks Big John who has 7 outputs 9V).
    The reputation of Voodoo Lab power is not misused, that Mondo is ultra-pro! Build quality, finish, complete absence of noise, buzz or electrical ground loops, power options, etc..
    In operation, I appreciate silence of Use and the total absence of heat.
    To be honest, I even found that the presence of Mondo in my set had improved my sound effects ... a little more clearly stood out and were more present! Nothing to transcend her either, but the difference is noticeable.
    The supplied cables and many other food options to cover every eventuality, even in the presence of energy intensive pedals.
    Sure, the price is prohibitive and does not place it within reach of every budget but the quality is at the rendezvous. I was very hesitant to purchase this power which is the price an excellent effect pedal or a small amp. But after using it, I was excited about the quality of the Mondo and benefits. I would do this choice! And I would say more, I should make that choice before!
    However, I do not know of any competition. There are certainly other supplies that make the job properly, or even as good as Voodoo Lab, although power supplies with 12 regulated outputs and isolated from each other with configurable options for each is rare ...
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  • Pro power

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power MondoPublished on 02/03/14 at 04:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Modern pedalboard are increasingly heterogeneous, with pedals using various voltages, and also some of which require a high intensity in order to operate (in particular digital pedals).
    For my part, I have to feed a whole lot of 9V pedals (tuner, wah, octave ...), two pedals dedicated to voice TC Helicon (12V amperage and large), a talk box (18V amperage and large), a Fulltone OCD 18V, and a wireless system (12V, large amperage).
    Previously, I alimentais 9V pedals (Fulltone included) with a single power supply, plus one for each voice pedal, plus one for the talk box, and finally one for the wireless system.
    In the end, I had a forest of five adapters to an extension cord......
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    Modern pedalboard are increasingly heterogeneous, with pedals using various voltages, and also some of which require a high intensity in order to operate (in particular digital pedals).
    For my part, I have to feed a whole lot of 9V pedals (tuner, wah, octave ...), two pedals dedicated to voice TC Helicon (12V amperage and large), a talk box (18V amperage and large), a Fulltone OCD 18V, and a wireless system (12V, large amperage).
    Previously, I alimentais 9V pedals (Fulltone included) with a single power supply, plus one for each voice pedal, plus one for the talk box, and finally one for the wireless system.
    In the end, I had a forest of five adapters to an extension cord "garland", and only for the pedalboard ...
    And then the Pedal Power Mondo happened: he absolutely feeds all my pedals, and in silence flawless operation.
    The fix in my Pedal train took a little time, but with a little taste and patience it went very well.
    The price is high, but this is one of the only power that can do the job on a pedalboard as diverse as mine.
    I highly recommend this product to all "pedal geeks!"
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  • FIND THE SOUND OF YOUR PEDAL

    Voodoo Lab Pedal Power MondoPublished on 10/09/13 at 05:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?
    I just mount it on my pdboard

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    the SILEEEEEENCE!
    she is super top, it does not heat up and it is tough
    the less is its weight, a little heavy
    and also a little too high (difficult to place in pdtrain ...)

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    3, so my last mishap with a t rex chameleon.

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    expensive, but unless CIOKS (yes, the euro parity. / dollar)

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    I do not add, it's been awhile since my pedals were not as sublime.
    more breath, hum, crackle, triggers my timeline are nickels. (with......
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    How long have you use it?
    I just mount it on my pdboard

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    the SILEEEEEENCE!
    she is super top, it does not heat up and it is tough
    the less is its weight, a little heavy
    and also a little too high (difficult to place in pdtrain ...)

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    3, so my last mishap with a t rex chameleon.

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    expensive, but unless CIOKS (yes, the euro parity. / dollar)

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    I do not add, it's been awhile since my pedals were not as sublime.
    more breath, hum, crackle, triggers my timeline are nickels. (with rex t times the delay still on, impossible to turn off)
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