Post by steveinnashville on Mar 26, 2006 15:17:39 GMT -7
I have a Furman SPB-8 pedalboard that I want to use to power several things...
There are 3 jacks, and I want to "safeguard" and power:
-Electro-Harmonix Polyphonic Octave Generator -Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man -Dr. Z Carmen Ghia -Leslie cabinet rotor motor -1980 Fender Champ II
I am trying to figure out if will safely power any or all of these, the three jacks are 15A according to the manual...
So, what is the word? I'm sure the Electro-Harmonix pedals will work fine (I think the POG taps out at 550mah? something like that?) I would really like this to work for all of it, but I guess a Lava Man power conditioner wouldn't be all that out of reach and for $150, seems a great value that I wouldn't necessarily mind adding to the arsenal if this conditioner won't cover it.
----------------------------- PRS McCarty Rosewood 1988 G&L SC-3 Dr. Z Carmen Ghia w/ 1x12" 1980 Fender Champ II ->1963 Leslie cabinet. E-H POG, DMM. Red Witch Deluxe Moon Phaser, EMMA Discumbobulator, AM CompROSSor, TF Squeeze Factor, Hellbilly & Hellbaby, KR Doubler, Guyatone FLIP VT-X Tube Tremolo, Boss HR-2, WOBO ProgLooper, AMDek DM-100 analog delay, Klemt Echolette tape echo, LovePedal 1/
Hi Steve, the furman can power the pedals and the amplifiers from the three jacks. I have the same pedal board but I prefered to power my amp from a seperate surge protected power bar. Still it does say in the manual, Powering your pedals, amps and other gear, the SPB-8 offers two levels of surge and short circuit protection, as well as RF and EMI filtering. Furman's SPB-8 is quiet, powering both AC and DC pedals without hum, due to the high quality toroid transformer employed. Hope this helps.
Thanks for the info in the 'running two amps in stereo' thread. I will check WOBO out. Here is some karma for the link.
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