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« Exceptionnal ! »

Published on 09/21/17 at 04:54
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Advanced Users
•For which specific applications or uses have you chosen this product?

Our main pedalboard featuring a jammman looper (9V AC, ~ 1.2A (recommended), a forest green compressor (9V DC, 5 mA), a rc booster collector (9V, 5 mA). these two are powered respectively in 18V and 15V. We do not use a Y-cord but the ports offering a different voltage selection by dip switchs.
No interferences noises are to be noted. The case is very solid and very well constructed.

•In what context do you currently use this product?

We use it since two months now.

•Have you tested other comparable or competing products before purchasing this one?

A daisy chain to connect five effects from a non-isolated power supply block. Temporary solution but presenting a systematic buzz.

•What are the pros and cons of this product?

The small usb lamp that heated and then burned in stride (a week barely). Really some shit ! We will contact the manufacturer about this and then we will give feedback about customer service.
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