I found some information regarding the discontinued DC-1 and DC-1G AC adapters on the community site but the specifications regarding voltage etc. differs between them so I don't know what to go for. I have looked at the following site http://line6.com/support/docs/DOC-4269
Here it says that DC-1 gives 9.6V and 200mA while DC-1G gives 9V and 500mA.
I already have two different AC adapters, one that gives 9.3V and 210mA and another one that gives 9V and 600mA.
So my two questions are:
1. What voltage and ampere should the AC adapter supply for your Line6 Pocket Pod?
2. Can I use either of the two AC adapters already in my possesion?
An adaptor which has 9V DC output, up to 9.6 V DC. will work fine... The Amp rating needs to be 200mA or more..anything lower the transformer will either get hot...or worst (if much lower, like a 20mA one) burn out...and smell bad too...lol. Center pin Negative on the conector is another important factor..And never use an "AC" to "AC" transformer.