Currently Being ModeratedApr 30, 2012 6:21 PM (in response to samuelito2011)Re: Pod hd500 power switch
Guys i think i got the solution to extend the original cord without modifying it or messing it up....
The solution is simple, Just buying a Dc power extension Chord like this
My question now is DOES ANYONE KNOW THE DIMENSION for the DC POWER? Will it work?
Currently Being ModeratedMay 1, 2012 12:21 AM (in response to samuelito2011)Re: Pod hd500 power switch
were it not for the lose of the garanty when opening the HD300,I would consider building a powerswitch in my HD300.
It should'nt be complicated and since the AC/DC convertor is located in the adaptor you would be working om a 9 Volt level.
I find it rather annoying having to unplug the adaptor when i'm not using the HD300.
Unless I find a power adaptor with an inbuilt switch I will have to be patient until my garanty runs out and opening the HD300 in order to install a switch.
Question to the constructors of the HD30": why isn't a switch built in the HD300?".
Otherwise the thing is perfect for my set-up.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2012 1:49 PM (in response to samuelito2011)Re: Pod hd500 power switch
I run my gear on this...
Anyway, the lack of a switch did not really bother me all that much on my HD400...my mains switch in on my AVR...I run an HD, DT50 and DT25 on it...If you keep a 2:1 ratio on the AVR you select you minimize the chances of ever having a dropout...Anyhoo, that's my thought on the subject...
If you gig, get an AVR...If you don't, get a power strip and use an external mains switch....A good idea to at the very least use a power conditioner even those only protect you halfway (over voltage, not under voltage)...Brown conditions are more the norm in a venue with beer coolers, PA and lights...low voltage wears the supply and can even cause a reboot if it gets low enough...outdoor gigs with generators are even worse most of the time...