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EBS Multicomp battery woes. **EDIT** Oops. Wrong forum. Sorry!

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I have an EBS Multicomp that seems to eat batteries for fun. I reckon it goes through an alkaline 9V in about 8 hours. I know I can solve the problem by using an AC adaptor but I was wondering whether anyone else experiences this or is my unit faulty?

Oops. Just realised I've posted in wrong forum.
Mods please move if possible. Cheers.

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[quote name='rayfw' post='139093' date='Feb 12 2008, 09:13 PM']I have an EBS Multicomp that seems to eat batteries for fun. I reckon it goes through an alkaline 9V in about 8 hours. I know I can solve the problem by using an AC adaptor but I was wondering whether anyone else experiences this or is my unit faulty?[/quote]

My early chorus and octave pedals from EBS ate battery power. My later Black label ones are better but there is a much better and constant signal from using mains power. Seems as soon as the battery is slightly under power, the chorus or octave effect suffers. I often use a Boss pedal board or a cheapo stand alone power supply.

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Just to add that my Multicomp is a new one so I don't think its a related issue. Basically if I leave it on overnight it results in a flat battery in the morning :)

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