1 SPOT 9v Pedal Power Supply

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1 Spot 9v Pedal Power Supply

A 1 SPOT is the original 9V DC adapter that only takes up 1 Spot on an outlet strip or wall outlet. It solves an annoying problem that people have complained about for years! Only takes up ONE position on your outlet strip or wall outlet!! Handles from one to over twenty guitar pedals (1700mA max!) New heavy duty output cable! Use with optional multi-plug cable(s) for powering more than one pedal. Guaranteed to work with any equipment that uses one of the following adapters (over 90% of the effects pedals on the market!): Boss PSA, Boss ACA, Danelectro DA-1, DOD PS-200R, Dunlop ECB-03, Ibanez AC-109, Korg A30950, Morley 9V, Zoom AD-0006. With new converter plugs, the 1 SPOT will work with virtually ANY 9V pedal! ...even Line 6 modeling pedals! will even convert international voltage (100V-240V) automatically; no transformer needed! 3 meter (10') cable is almost twice as long as other adapter cable.

Australian Voltage version 240v.

Also check out the 1SPOT power supply accessories including: Reverse Polarity, 3.5mm, Battery Clip and Daisy Chain converters for just about every type of effects pedal. 

* Takes up only one spot on your power strip!
* Handles up to 1700mA - the 1 SPOT can easily power your entire pedalboard
* Extra-long 10' cable
* Connects to additional cables to power more pedals
* You only need a single 1 SPOT to power your entire pedalboard!

* Compatible with Boss PSA, Boss ACA, DOD PS-200R, Morley 9V, Danelectro DA-1, Dunlop ECB-03, Ibanez AC109, Zoom AD-0006 adapters

 

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  • 4
    So far so good

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Apr 2015

    Replaced a jay car 9v power supply with this power supply unit
    First impressions are quite good
    Using five pedals with the same brand daisy chain
    Have stopped using boss pedal tuner to jump power to pedals which is handy
    Cable much longer and thicker than boss and other brands I have used over the decades.
    I was thinking of buying one of the more fancy pedal power supplies
    This is a cheaper option if you are using small amount of pedals