If you have outgrown your current power supply or you are wanting to change things up, look no further that the Walrus Audio Phoenix. This is a clean power supply unit capable of powering 15 pedals. Each of these 15 outputs are isolated and offer varying levels of voltage and current making this one of the most versatile pedal power supplies on the market.
The Phoenix is the power supply I have chosen for my personal board. I had the Voodoo Labs pps+ for years, but after adding a few new pedals I outgrew it. Part of the reason for this was I added the Strymon Bigsky to my board to go along with my Timeline. After searching I found that Walrus Audio had one of the only power supplies that could power my entire pedalboard without spending a fortune. The trick was finding a supply that could power 2 pedals that require 300mA. The phoenix goes above and beyond with up to 4 high current outputs. The other big selling point for me is that it has enough outputs to power the rest of my board and leave some room to grow.
The Walrus Audio Phoenix offers
8 outputs at 9v, 100mA
4 Outputs at 9v, 300mA
2 outputs at 9/12v(toggle), 100ma
1 output at 9/18(toggle), 100ma
1 courtesy Edison outlet
This power supply is well designed and is tough enough to survive the gigging life. The Phoenix contains two power filtering transformers which work to reduce the noise that is introduced from bad power. It ca easily be mounted under boards like the pt-2 using the mounting kit provided by Walrus Audio. If you are using a flat board this might take up a little more space than your current power supply.
Of course, the number one factor when it comes to power supplies is reliability. I have used the Phoenix for over a year worry free. It never gives me any problems and shows no signs of slowing down. I have always been impressed by the build quality of Walrus Audio pedals, and the phoenix is no exception. This power supply is sure to meet all of your power needs and is well worth the money spent. If you are running into a power shortage I highly recommend using the Phoenix Pedal Power Supply.
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