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Old 26th September 2007, 10:26 AM   #1
Trojan is offline Trojan  United Kingdom
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Default 5 pin din power supply?

Hi folks, I have an old flanger by electrolabs and it sounds great. The problem is that it takes 2 x 9v batteries and as I am gigging with it I need to figure out how to supply it with mains power.

It has 5 pin din input sockets either side and little plastic lugs - presumably for attaching other units to it. If anyone out there has any thoughts on this I would be most grateful for your advice.
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Old 26th September 2007, 12:09 PM   #2
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The connections on the side are for linking other effects pedals together, so you don't have to link them via jacl leads. I don't know if they tranfer power as well or not?, but it would be simple to add an external power socket to it - bear in mind you need a +9V/0/-9V split supply.

I've got exactly the same pedal, my daughter got it from school as they were throwing it out.
Nigel Goodwin
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