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August 4, 2004
New from MKS PedalPad is the Power Pad II Switching Power Supply. This power supply cycles far above the range of human hearing to eliminate ripple-based buzz (60 cycle hum).
At 1.67 amps of current, Power Pad II is designed to deliver exactly 9 volts every time and can power an unlimited number of pedals, according to the company. The AC and DC power is circuit protected, and an AC courtesy outlet is provided as well. Also included are eight 2.1MM 9VDC outputs and cords and an IEC inlet with 10' AC power cable.
MSRP: $199.99. Street Price: $119.99.
For more information, visit their web site at www.pedalpad.com