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What recommendations for power supplies (bricks) have you got?
Been using a cheaper one for a while and it's producing a fair amount of noise now, so looking to upgrade. 
Needs to have at least 6 x 9v outputs and a 18v output

 

Anyone have any experience with this: Palmer PWT 12 

https://www.gear4music.com/Guitar-and-Bass/Palmer-PWT-12-Pedalboard-Power-Supply/2H1U

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I’ve been using a cioks DC5 for the last couple of years and never had a problem. I originally got it to isolate a couple of digital pedals which it did perfectly. Fits under a pedal train too which is a very handy. 
 

 

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16 minutes ago, simon88wilson said:

I’ve been using a cioks DC5 for the last couple of years and never had a problem. I originally got it to isolate a couple of digital pedals which it did perfectly. Fits under a pedal train too which is a very handy. 
 

 

Looks good, shame it doesn't have enough outputs though, and the DC8 version doesn't even have an 18v output :( 

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Just now, simon88wilson said:

The middle output is 18v switchable

 

http://cioks.com/products/dc5/

 

although if it doesn’t work for you im sure someone will chime in with something soon. Good luck on your search 

https://www.thomann.de/gb/cioks_dc7.htm
This one looks more like what I'm after with 7 outputs and selectable voltages. Also checking out other brands as well.

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10 hours ago, Tomas73 said:

Anyone familiar with this brand and/or model?    'Power Core' by Nordel Audio

I need a power supply too.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00Q8V2IH8/ref=psdc_9735758031_t1_B013SOHTMG

I have one of these, I used it for years and had no real issues at home or live. It's a little bit noisy compared to some higher quality power supplies so I replaced it a few months ago, but for the price it's decent.

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Also, I ended up getting the Palmer I posted at the start. It's really good, lots of outputs and almost noiseless so would definitely recommend

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