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Is the power supply for the HD500X the same as the HD500? I guess my real question is can I use my spare HD500 power supply with an HD500X if needed?

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according to the recent unboxing video, the same power supply comes with the 500x

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Thanks, i was hoping that was the case. just couldn't watch the video at work

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What are the exact power specifications on the HD500X?

I want to know if it's AC or DC.

I also want to know the voltage (ie 9vAC~2A, etc)...

I want to also know the amps...

Why?

I'm looking at either the Cioks DC10 brick or the AC10 brick to power my stuff on stage, etc.

 

Thank you very much for the feedback.  I downloaded several documents and couldn't find this info...

 

John

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it's DC:

 

Line6 DC 3-G, power supply for POD HD series, input = 100-240V AC, 1.0A 50-60 Hz, output = thomann 9V DC, 3A (27W max). Plus outside, minus inside

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Actually, to be precise, it looks the same and has the same specs, but it has a brighter and slightly elongated LED. I'm sure it still flies off the socket if you sneeze at it though.

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I just got my HD500X today, and it's basically the same thing. But:
1. It feels a little 'thinner' (the one of the HD500 was wider and hard to connect in a power strip)
2. LED is now rectangular (not circular)
3. LED is WAY brighter (it's annoying actually, lol)

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it's DC:

 

Line6 DC 3-G, power supply for POD HD series, input = 100-240V AC, 1.0A 50-60 Hz, output = thomann 9V DC, 3A (27W max). Plus outside, minus inside[/size]

Probably a dumb question here but following on from the last question, I'm guessing the power supply works for 240 volts as well as 120, judging by the "100-240v AC" description. I bought a US 500x to use in Australia, I'm just checking I won't blow it up by plugging it into the native 240v power.....

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The Pod HD series has a universal power supply. All you need to do is use the appropriate adapter - no need for transformers.

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Hi guys, I just picked up a HD500X on eBay minus the power socket adaptor for the power supply (US to Australia). I have an aftermarket adaptor but I'm concerned I could plug in the NEMA two prong connector the wrong way. Is this possible? Or can I plug it in either way? (I don't have a multi meter to check the DC output).

 

Cheers,

 

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Pedí un line 6 pop hd 500x,por Amazon pero vino con una fuente que ni le sirve, cual fuente me recomiendan, y donde la consigo!

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