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Can I use my Dunlop DC Brick to power my POD X3?
by HUNTER-KILLER666 on 2011-04-11 20:37:31

Hello,

Can I use my Dunlop DC Brick to power my POD X3?

For reference, this is the power supply I'm talking about:

http://www.jimdunlop.com/product/dcb10-dc-brick-power-supply

Thanks!



Re: Can I use my Dunlop DC Brick to power my POD X3?
by Rowbi on 2011-04-12 02:55:57

NO.  that may break your POD running it on DC..

the POD X3 needs 9 volts AC (Not DC) and at 2000mA (2A) which is also more than a power brick can supply.

my advice is to just stick with the LIne 6 PX2 that's local to your country, as there's different regional models with different input voltages (e.g. 120V for the US and 230V for the UK)

Cheers, Rowbi



Re: Can I use my Dunlop DC Brick to power my POD X3?
by HUNTER-KILLER666 on 2011-04-15 08:11:34

Right...it's AC.

Sorry for the mix-up.

Cheers.




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