So I've been on a quest to find a looper pedal that meets the simple requirement that it sounds good (both dry and when engaged) and so far this quest has been fruitless. I don't really need all the bells and whistles that pedals like the Infinity or Boomerang have -- just want the basic looping functionality -- but am willing to pay pretty much anything to get a pedal that doesn't mess with my sound, which I've gone to great lengths to dial in just how I want it... The Infinity looper is the closest pedal I've found that meets this requirement. I had a Boomerang and didn't like what it did even to my dry tone, perhaps because of the lack of analog dry. The problem is that the Infinity is introducing a pretty significant amount of noise into my rig, even when not engaged and on unity gain. I've tried both the stock power adapter as well as my Voodoo Lab isolated power supply and I get the same white noise / hiss. There are a couple other reports of this on this thread: here and here but no word on how or if they were resolved. I sent the pedal in to Pigtronix for service, and David Koltai got in touch with me and was very nice about it, said they'd spent time inspecting it and comparing it with other brand new units and the amount of noise it's making is normal for the design / price point of this pedal. He said that to design a pedal that doesn't make this amount of noise would cost much more. Other than the couple people referenced above, is no one else really experiencing this noise and annoyed by it? It's pretty surprising to me that with all the loopers on the market no one has made one that isn't sonically compromised in some way. Every one I've tried has some issue. E.g., the TC Ditto seemed promising, and the dry sound was actually perfectly fine, but the second I'd engage the looper my tone became noticeably digital and unpleasant. Anyone have ideas for modding the Infinity to reduce this noise issue?