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You don't need isolated outputs until you do. Then you will miss them dearly.I've had a JP-02 for ages now, maybe a year. It used to power 5-6 pedals from the Hardwire line, no problems and no added noise.
I think it's great.
"True isolated outputs" doesn't mean a thing, when the JP-02 isn't noisy. What's the difference?
If you are talking about the stuff on ebay they are all advertised as isolated, but if you read the fine print it's 'isolated power protection' which is not at all the same thing. Theoretically they could run off a wall wart, but i dont know of any that do.Anybody make an inexpensive isolated output power supply? I see some advertised, but they take a wall wart which I'm led to belive means it's just a box version of a daisy chain pedal.
I have 2 boards I'd like to put together, but $100+ a pop for boards that are only going to get minimal selective use just isn't in my already lacking budget.
I can assure you that it does not take care of noise caused by daisy chaining pedals that require a true isolated power source. I bought one and had to send it back. Bought a Cioks Schizophrenic and that took care of the noise.The reviews seem to all say it took care of daisy chained pedal noise. Take it for what is worth i guess.
Lithsp, did you have noise before using the joyo?
I'm thinking I might run what i can in the joyo and anything else in the supa. The joyo is under $50 on amazon. So I think I'm going for it.
Agree!You don't need isolated outputs until you do. Then you will miss them dearly.
I have a bunch of different power supplies. I ran a board with a dunlop DC brick with out much issue for a while, but it was always super noisy when I plugged a synth in to it.
Then I hooked up the ISO5 and the noise was gone... and even with guitar there was slightly less noise, though it had always been bearable with guitar.