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so far so good. No firesIt works to run 8 pedals without me picking up extra noise, and that is worth 4 stars alone any day of the week!I took away one star because when the thing is plugged in, it sparks when I plug in (or unplug) a pedal. This thing has some juice running through it!I'm sure I could fit that by unplugging from the wall before changing out pedal, or rearranging. But... I'm just not going to do that. So, I'll complain about it.If you are a highly motivated gear protector, I think you would want to unplug the unit before fiddling with the plugs and adding new pedals to the line. Those are some real sparks, and that may catch up to me some day. But, so far so good. No fires, and I have not burned up a pedal yet.I'd buy it again, and I will keep using it the way I am. Sparks don't scare me.There is a saying in Texas. Fool me once, shame on.... you? Fool me twice.... But you can't get fooled again!4Good buyVersus the Godlyke, I'd say this is the better purchase. Though the Godlyke product claims 2000mA of power (2amps), this is slighlty less at 1.7mA (1700mA or 1.7amps). Anyway, if your drawing that much juice using your pedal board, you may want to re-consider what you are using. The product itself is plastic, but seems solid, I believe it will hold up to repeated use no problem. Being plastic though, you do have to be careful not to drop it or have it stepped on or rolled over, etc. I do like the fact that it does have a heavier gauge wire than the Godlyke product and seems slimmer so it will fit more readily into '1 spot' as advertised. The heavier wire means that when someone rolls in their 4x12 cab your power supply cable will have a higher chance of survival. The extender that comes with is good, seems about as generic in length and space between connections as you can get. I only wish it came with two of them. I am using a Pedaltrain Pro board and at 32.9 inches, it will require a pair of the extensions to get to all the pedals. The combo pack also includes some other adapters for those odd pedals that refuse to conform and use 1/8" power connections, some 9 volt adapters for pedals with out any external power. One thing I have not checked yet is the actual output of the supply. A lot of companies think that if their voltage is 'close' to 9 volts, thats good enough. The reality is that this is an indication of poor quality control and lack of intrest in producing a quality product. You will find some higher end devices specifically warn NOT to use anything higher than 9 volts so 9.6 volts isn't 'close enough'. Anyway, while I have not checked the output of the adapter yet, I did fire it up on all the pedals I could power with the one extension that came with and everything worked nice and quiet. It is amazing how having a good quality power source can help eliminate some buzz and other 'noise' from your signal chain. I'd buy this again and in fact I may buy another just as a back up. It is a tad pricey at thirty bucks... feels more like a twenty five dollar item given the all plastic construction but, all in all, a good buy over the competition.4Works for me and saves me from replacing batteriesI am an amateur at best when it comes to guitar playing. That being said, I have a lot of guitars and more than a few amps. I mainly play at home for fun, and I sometimes write and record at home also. I do not have a big pedal board or a ton of pedals. I was getting tired of replacing batteries and didn't want to make the investment in a power block-type power supply. This product works great for me. I haven't noticed a discernible amount of noise when using this power supply. It comes with the adaptors needed- I use the one with the battery adapter in my old Rat pedal and it works great.Some people complain about noise with this unit or other "daisy-chain" solutions. I haven't experienced it, but then again i don't gig and I think i've had, at most, maybe 6 pedals hooked up to it (HOF reverb, wah, Phase 90, Ocd, Rat, Looper). It's great for what it is- it saves space and saves you from replacing batteries.4Solves All my Pedal Board Issues in one Pakage A +++Great this unit solved all my pedal baord issues in one fell swoop and then some. It comes with about a 10 ft power chord so your not stuck in a corner.Has 3-3.5 mm jacks for some my old EH pedals & my Wa pedal so I dont have to spend 10.00 on a decent 9 volt battery these days and then worry about it dying out or forgeting to unplug it. I can just add into the daisy line via the 2 - 9 Volt Adapter inputs & 8 standard inputs for your daisy chain. Im not playing some big rig or live anymore just for jamin with my buddies but it would be fine for any other setting I'm sure unless your playing big venues. My amp was last night on for 4 hours straight ( No standby) All tube 20 watt H & K and it wasn't even close to being warm. I was running about 5 pedals thru it including 1- E & H and not worrying about unplugging every time we took a break. My buddy commented great investment ' "I have to get one of those " Straight forward simple and inexpensive. Probably more then you need unless your a professional & play on a stage. even has some spare caps to cover the ones your not using. Recomend highly5ACTUALLY, NOISELESSI was worried after reading all those reviewers that said I needed a 400USD product to be able to power a bunch of pedals without degrading the signal or adding tons of noise.False.I risked it and bought the One Spot, I used all plugs to power 8 pedals: limiter, chorus, delay, fuzz, overdrive, flanger, EQ and tuner. It didn't add noise, it didn't damage the signal, it didn't starve a single pedal. Nothing. Everything worked fine. I imagine those reviewers are either snobs justifying the purchase of overly expensive power supplies or PR people doing FUD to persuade costumers not to buy the One Spot.If I needed more DC power supplies I'd buy this again. Everything works, all accessories and all plugs work.5I'm impressed, satisfied, and I saved myself a benjamin!So I recently purchased the Visual Sound One Spot Combo pack and I must say I am quite pleased. I was checking out some of the higher end products (T-Rex Fuel Tank, Voodoo Lab Pedal Power) and just didn't feel like forking over the money. Maybe one day if I'm going to be playing gigs on the regular and can afford to pay around $200 I'll go for one of the other products, but from what I read on the Visual One power supply I was willing to take a risk (especially for the great price)Currently I'm powering 4 Hardwire pedals, a Dunlop Wah pedal and the Berhinger CS400 (see, I'm cheap sometimes - but effectively so) So I'm already using 6 of the 8 power supply cables. All pedals are powered without issue, without noise, there is no hum or hiss or delay or negative effect WHATSOEVER! I can't say enough how excited I was to see this as a viable option for powering the pedal board I just put together, and when it came through and worked flawlessly, it was all the better. I would highly recommend this product to any beginner guitarist starting to fiddle with effects pedals, or even a moderate or novice player - It's simply a RELIABLE and affordable way to power your pedal board. 2 thumbs up and 5 stars!Rock on5Works great for me!Just got this.Appears to be exactly what I needed.I was just looking to add another level of redundancy and reduce the amount of setup and take-down effort.I am able to run a Boss ME-80, Boss RC-300, and Boss RC-50 simultaneously all off of one power supply,Operation is no different from the PSA-120S and is quiet. I'm not hearing any noise from any of the devices.Reduces the number of power supplies and the need for a power strip for me, which also helps with stage clutter.It came with caps, not shown in the pictures, for unused input plugs.I don't use them, but the included converters adapters, the ones for devices like DOD or Line 6, don't appear to be marked that I can tell, but the actual connector size may self-identify themselves.I see these One Spots in use all over the place. I've seen some really picky, boutique-pedal guys use them even though they would probably buy anything else if they thought it was better.I'll throw my 3 other wall warts in the back-up bag and will post if this one gives any troubles.5Inexpensive. Quiet.As an inexpensive replacement for a higher-end conditioner/supply, it's been fine. I've had no noise issues. Been using it for almost a year, no problems.Make sure you add up the mA draw on your devices and keep the total w/in range of the max rating. Use the little caps to cover any unused plugs.If you need more plugs in the chain: Truetone One Spot Multi-Plug 5 Cable5Terrific adapter solution for medium-to-large pedalboardsThis is a terrific product. While the price might seem a little high for a power adapter, it actually serves the function of what you might need several other adapters and daisy chains to accomplish.The key to the OneSpot is the 1700mA output. By comparison, the Boss PSA-120 adapter puts out 200mA. Since most stompboxes draw between 5 and 60 mA of power, you could only reliably chain up to about 3 or 4 of them with the BOSS adapter.The combo kit is a great value because it comes with a daisy chain for up to eight pedals, and some other parts for hookups to a 9V adapter or other jacks that I don't use on my pedals. I use it with BOSS and Ibanez pedals and it works great. Best of all, there's no added electric "buzzing" noise, which is a problem with many budget power solutions.Also like how the cable hookups are angled instead of straight - makes much more sense for a tight pedalboard. No more 9V's and no more hooking up multiple cables every time - one simple plug and I'm ready to play!5You got pedals? This got plugs.I don't even remember how long ago I got this beautiful squid.Huge note: Not for digital multi pedals. They have their own plugs for a reason.As far as single pedals, IE chorus, distortion, eq, wah, ect.... Aw, yeah. Mix and match as you please, this squid will abide.Personally, I love tinkering with effect combos, taking advantage of pedals with dual outputs to split channels......Or if you have an overdrive, chorus, eq line. Single pedals yes.I have had this for years, and no issues with my mad scientist concoctions.Highly recommended. One plug... Without blocking then next in a power strip....5
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