V10 Pedalboard Power Supply?!?

FuzzGazer

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This was just posted on DigiTech's site:

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Sorry about the huge image, it's just copied from the website. 10 outs? Cool by me.
 

jnepo1

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Lots of cooling vents. Must have lots of mA per taps, but I'm only seeing 200 or 250mA as the highest in the taps.
 

FuzzGazer

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It's hard to read, but it looks like 5&6 and 7&8 combine somehow to get 300mA and 400mA.

ETA: This is great since I had to build a mA tripler to get my Whammy DT to work with the power supply I have now. Probably not good for longevity!
 

jnepo1

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It's hard to read, but it looks like 5&6 and 7&8 combine somehow to get 300mA and 400mA.

Yes, that's what it looks like. But that should have been thought off before even final production. In today's market, there are so many effects requiring high mA, that shouldn't have been an afterthought. There should be several high mA taps w/o bridging 2 taps to achieve the high mA.
 

jb4674

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Here are some more shots:

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V-10 Power Block Specs

# of Outputs
10

Output Connectors
2.1x5.5mm Barrel Jacks

Fully Isolated Outputs
Yes

DIP Switch Configurable
Yes

Output Voltages Currents
4 x 9V 140mA
2 x 9V/12V 140mA (9V/12V merged 280mA)
2 x 9V/12V 200mA (9V/12V merged 400mA)
2 x 9V/5-12V 140mA

LED Indicators
1 x Green (Power)
2 x Yellow (Merge)
2 x Yellow (Variable)

Cables Included
17

AC Consumption
35W Max

Dimensions
L = 7.5” (191mm)
D = 3.6” (91mm)
H = 2.2” (56mm)

Weight
1.8 lb (0.8 kg)

Warranty
6 Years

Looks interesting and at the same time, it reminds me of a Cioks DC-10. If Digitech wants to make people buy this thing, they should price it at $99 and they'll sell a ton of them.
 




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