Burkey releasing a smaller version of the Flatliner

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  1. gururyan

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    http://www.burkey.nl/

    Looks like a new power supply from Burkey is about to hit. I love my Flatliner, this new "SIX" may be just right for those not needing so much...um, power.
     
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    SWEET! Thanks for the head's up man!
     
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    Anybody found any additional info yet? Brad at ToneFactor is the only US distributor, maybe he'll chime in.
     
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    very interesting! I'm using the flatliner for two years now and I love it's functions & reliability but hate the size and the weight. This is perfect, I'm buying one for sure.
     
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    I love my Flatliner!! And this is very great news!! I can't wait to see the specs on it for the outputs!!
     
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    There it is! I've converted the dimensions, it's roughly 3 7/8 x 2 x 3 3/8.

     
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    Nice.Looks like a winner.I like my Flatliner a lot,i haven't had anything it can't power so far,and judging by the quality of it (percieved quality atleast) i don't expect it'll ever need replacing.Quality gear!
     
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    Yep, if I need to add on to my Flatliner Pro, the Six will be what I pick up.
     
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    That looks really sweet!!
     
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    Cool - the Burkey Flatliner is incredible.
    Little doubt the Six will also be totally pro.
     
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    Looks really cool Think I am gonna get one for myself.
     
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    Update:

    Turns out this little buddy is hardwired and no US version exists...yet. So, you'll have to use a converter of some kind or wait.
     
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    I have one now for a couple of weeks. A few comments:

    -It's small, but it doesn't fit under my pedaltrain 2 from 2007 without modifications. It fits under older pedaltrains because they are higher somehow. It fits between the bars but it doesn't fit hight-wise. I need higher rubber feet now. It's still more than small enough to fit on top of my pedaltrain beneath a pedal like the Timmy.

    -It powers everything I need without any trouble. Dead silent, very nice. Adjustable voltage is usefull for me.

    -The attached cord is pretty thin and short. I snapped it in half by accidentaly closing my pedaltrain hardcase while the cord was hanging out. (sharp edges!) At this moment my unit is being repaired with a much longer cord and possibly a larger cord. I have to be much more carefull I guess.

    I sold my flatliner pro to get this SIX.
     

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