Brand new in box, not used
Trade for spectracomp or similar
Pic for reference, boxed as new
Donner pedal power supply DP-4 is professional range of dedicated multi-output power supplies for effect pedals. As you can see, it has extremely unique design.Stable and strong metal framework.
Switchable for 115V or 230V wall voltage.
8 ways isolated outputs:
4 ways 9V 100mA
1 way 9V/12V 300mA
1 way 9V/18V 300mA
2 ways 9V/4-9V 100mA
It's eight 9V outputs will power any type of battery operated effect. And you can control voltage selector DIP switches to choose what the voltage you need. DP-4 includes two high current outputs, capable of properly powering high power effects such as Boss Twin, Line 6 Modelers, and TC Electronic Nova pedals. And two outputs that can have a variable voltage sag to emulate dying carbon batteries. Using an optional voltage doubler cable, you can power many 18V and 24V effects as well.
Here is a great and small, isolated power supply that is build like a tank and is road worthy for sure. Its been powering my pedalboard for about a year now for various gigs and always been quiet and reliable. The inputs and power cable are really sturdy just like the unit itself and having something with such a small footprint is really helpful if you have it on the front of your board, or even just have it separately.
5 x 9VDC isolated outputs (120 mA each)
5 cables from power supply to pedal
Power supply cable
Velcro bottom (can be taken off and 4 small rubber feet are included, just need some adhesive)
If you have any questions feel free to ask!
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