Multiple 1-spots same board...problems?

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  1. dirk_benedict

    dirk_benedict Supporting Member

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    Is running a 1-spot for a bunch of pedals and one dedicated power for a single current-hungry pedal on the sane board a recipe for noise?

    I have a pT mini i'm trying to put together with a couple of power-pecuiliar pedals and thinking this might be the best route.
     
  2. Clark GriswoId

    Clark GriswoId Supporting Member

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    1 spot plug can handle 1900 ma- so calc your miliamps and youll know where to go from there
     
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  3. dirk_benedict

    dirk_benedict Supporting Member

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    I have one pedal that needs 18v/200ma (Memory Lane 2) and a Klone which I understand doesnt like getting daisy chained.

    So basically I'm wondering if running a lead for the DML2, a battery for the Klone and a 1-spot for everything else is gonna cause me noise issues.
     
  4. mulekicker

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    I use 2 one spots. One for analog pedals and one for digital. Works fine. If I mix analog and digital it's noisy.
     
  5. DaveKS

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    Should work. The 2 one spot will be isolated from each other. Would help if you actually stated the pedals in question but in theory should not be a problem.
     
  6. dirk_benedict

    dirk_benedict Supporting Member

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    pedals are-
    Skreddy Hybrid Fuzz Driver
    Arc Effects Klone
    RetroSonic Chorus
    RetroSonic Phaser
    Diamond Mem Lane 2
    Cusack Tap-a-Whirl v2
    Tuner of some sort...
     

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