Powering barber pedals?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by nrvana8775, Jan 25, 2008.

  1. nrvana8775

    nrvana8775 Member

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    It says that they need negative tips, but I have nooo idea what those are. I have a vht valvulator, which has 3 isolated outputs at 80ma a piece, and the 5 cables that came with my signaflex. I don't know if these are going to work, or are the proper ones?
     
  2. stephenyi

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    Not familiar with the valvulator but I believe most power supplies work with negative tips. I've used both the Power-all and One Spot with my Barber pedals with no issues.
     
  3. nrvana8775

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    What are negative tips though? How would I identify whether or not the cables I have are negative?
     
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    Ahh.

    So the adapter cable themselves are irrelevant, it's more of an issue with the adapter itself.
     
  5. jonhope

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    Hi,

    I power my Barber LTD via one of the 9V outputs on a Valvulator - it works perfectly this way :cool:

    :BEER
     

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