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MelvinDale

Powering an M9 on a Pedalboard . .

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Having spent 4 years with my Line 6 transformer Velcro'ed and gaffer taped to my PedalTrain, I thought it would be good to buy a Voodoo Labs AC which powers the M9 just fine - now my other effects don't seem to want to work, but that's posted on another forum . .

That is unless someone can twll me how they power their M9 and typical 9V effects pedals?

 

What I really don't understand is why Line 6 has yet to address this themselves a propriatary board with the abilty to power the M13 any other products would seem to me a no brainer (but then, I digress).

 

I would love to have a board where I could plug both my Variax and my M9 in, so as not to have to spend and extra 1/2 hour setting up and tearing down . . .

Just my thoughts.

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I use the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus to power everything on my board, including the M9. I just use the courtesy outlet to plug the M9's adapter in. I just have it velcroed and zip-tied underneath the board. It's pretty simple, though. I just have to run one power cable to my board, and I'm all set. The additional adapters shown powering the Strymon pedals in this picture are no longer there. I was waiting for current doubler adapters to arrive when I took this.

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I'm using the cioks AC rider to power my board. I'm currently powering my M9, buffered EB VP. Jr, Boost pedal, Big Muff, Soul Food and Poly Tune mini. works great for me and i've had no issues powering it off the AC side of the Cioks. 

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