Daisy chain with the output of the Tc Electronic Polytune

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  1. Marco m

    Marco m Member

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    Hi,


    I am powering my pedalboard with a Truetone 1 Spot CS12.
    I use 10 pedals of 9V. The Truetone got 9 outputs of 9V. So I have to use one of the outputs for 2 pedals (like 2 overdrives).

    I just discovered that one of my pedals (a Tc Electronic Polytune) got an output for charging directly another pedal.

    Do you think that would it be better to charge my 10th pedal of the pedalboard with this ouput or sharing 1 output of the Truetone (like I'm doing until now) ?

    Thanks
     
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    FracStrat Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    As long as your total mA Draw is lower than 3000mA you should be fine ……
     
  3. WellBurnTheSky

    WellBurnTheSky Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I do that with my CS7 and a Polytune, works fine as long as you don't go over the mA rating of the output you're on. In a nutshell, with an analog pedal, you'll be fine.
     
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    I would get a Furman power conditioner rack to protect that kit if you haven't already. 10 pedals and an isolation brick are worth surge protecting and removing the last trace of hum. Plug your amp into it also.
     

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