Walrus Audio Phoenix 120V Power Supply

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    Product Description

    The Phoenix Clean Power Supply is a 15-output isolated power supply, utilizing two internal custom wound toroidal transformers to provide the highest noise filtering and cleanest power, giving artists the purest sound in their signal chain possible.

    The Phoenix fits under most pedal boards including Pedaltrain (PT JR and up), Pedal Pad, Blackbird Boards, Creation Music Company, and Holeyboards. The Phoenix comes in a durable midnight blue texture enclosure and can more than hold up to the demands of touring.

    Product Specifications
    Walrus Audio Phoenix 120V Power Supply Specifications
    • Outputs: All outputs are isolated. There are 15 total outputs
      • Four 9V, 300mA (can power the larger digital pedals like the Strymon BigSky and Timeline)
      • Eight 9V, 100mA
      • Two outputs include a toggle switch option to run 9V or 12V, 100mA
      • One output includes a toggle switch option for 9V or 18V, 100mA
      • One Courtesy Outlet
    • Dimension: (L x W x H) 9.75 x 2.6 x 2”
    • Includes: 15 – 2.1mm barrel black power cables, 2 – 2.5mm to 2.1mm (red to black) line 6 cables) and a detachable IEC Cable.
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    Sweet power supply!
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    Got the old Phoenix art instead of the newer style pictured but thats totally fine, the old art is a little cooler. Great power supply! I did wish it came with a couple straight to right angle cables since the outputs are grouped a little tight for a whole pile of right angle plugs, but it works great.
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    The power supply itself I suppose is fine .I needed this in a pinch and I paid like 30 bucks to have it overnighted . which ended up being a waste of money . The outputs are really close together which would be fine if they sent you any straight plugs but they send all right angle to right angle . Which would be OK if it was in a rack case or on top of a paddleboard but I needed to mount it underneath my pedal board . Had I done that it would've busted all of those outputs. I really don't understand why they don't give you any straight plugs especially when the outputs are so close together. So now I spent $30 and still couldn't mount the power supply and now I have to spend another 50 bucks or something to get straight cables . I think they just lack common sense .
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