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That depends on what effects you are using and how much power the adapter can deliver. While a digital delay might use 150 mA and an analog compressor or distortion pedal uses perhaps 15-20 mA. You have to check these values, or else your adapter will burn...

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Originally posted by Noak

That depends on what effects you are using and how much power the adapter can deliver. While a digital delay might use 150 mA and an analog compressor or distortion pedal uses perhaps 15-20 mA. You have to check these values, or else your adapter will burn...

 

 

right, a daisy chain is fine on a pp2 if you need more outputs. But best to chain simple analog pedals this way. 4-5 OD pedals etc would be fine as each PP2 output is up to 100mA.

 

good luck!

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Just keep an eye on the overall current draws and you'll be fine. Remember that a PP2 L6 outlet supplies the same amount of current as a Boss PSA adapter, so you can definitely get 5-6 pedals of there easily, more depending on what they are.

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Originally posted by Cruachan

Just keep an eye on the overall current draws and you'll be fine. Remember that a PP2 L6 outlet supplies the same amount of current as a Boss PSA adapter, so you can definitely get 5-6 pedals of there easily, more depending on what they are.

 

 

good call!

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The "plus" has 200mA on outputs 5-6 in normal mode (not the Line 6 mode, which is unregulated), where the older PP2 only has 100mA.

 

And a +1 to the others - as long as you keep track of how much load you're putting on each output, daisy-chaining is just fine. You'll lose the isolation between those particular pedals, of course, but that group will be iso'd from the others.

 

/Andreas

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