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    • #107370
      ikebrown
      Member

      Is there any way to power the Time factor without the plug….i have a Furman spb-8 pedal board that powers my standard 9v pedals? is there any kind of attachment?

      thanksSmile

    • #120963
      nickrose
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      Not sure what you mean by "the plug." My best guess is that you are referring to the attractive and compact wall-wart that ships with the unit.

      If this is the case, I must give you the official view that we don't recommend operating the unit with other power supplies (with a couple of exceptions). Please see other threads on this forum where our users discuss this subject at great length.

    • #120965
      ikebrown
      Member

      Whats the exceptions? thank for the reply

    • #120977
      machin3god
      Member

      You can always email Furman and see if it's even possible to power an Eventide box out of those 9 v plugs, maybe by using some special power doubling Y cable. Timefactor is pretty demanding powerwise, people complain of units failing to start up or that the delay doesn't sound as good when underpowered. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 can handle 1 eventide box using a Y cable. That seems to be the official answer around. T-Rex has a power supply that works too.

      The adapter works perfectly. Use that. Cool

    • #120992
      achaput
      Moderator

      Eventide now offers a compact, quality regulated linear power supply which is
      capable of powering up to 3 Eventide stompboxes plus up to 4 additional
      9VDC/100mA pedals. It carries a 5 year warranty from the
      manufacturer (Cioks.com) and with the additional cables required to
      power 3 Eventide stompboxes and the special mounting plate for
      PedalTrain pedalboards.

      Check it out here:

      http://eventidestore.com/cidcacliposu.html

    • #120997
      Reckedtrek
      Member

      Great news! I've been planning on getting one of these, and now that they are available from a US company I think I'm about to grab one up!

    • #121000
      Negher
      Member

      This is a great news.

      Thanks very much.

    • #121005
      badmelonfarmer
      Participant

      nickrose:

      My best guess is that you are referring to the attractive and compact wall-wart that ships with the unit.

      LOL Big Smile

    • #121006
      badmelonfarmer
      Participant

      YAY!!! great news!!

    • #121008
      groove guru
      Member

      I just want to chime in and let you know that I have a CIOKS DC-10 powering two factor pedals and a Musicom Lab EFX MkII switcher along with other pedals.  It's a very nice, well built supply.  It has a lower profile than my PP2+ and is a bit heavier. I paid $200 us for it, there are currently very few dealers but that will change soon to add a little competition.  

    • #132179
      thom
      Member

      groove guru:

      there are currently very few dealers………….  

      There appear to be approximately no dealers in the UK, unless anyone knows differently?

    • #132180
      rmaxwell
      Moderator

      We have a small number of them in our store with the two extra cables so that you can run a total of 3 Eventide stompboxes plus 4 100mA/9V pedals.

      http://eventidestore.com/cidcacliposu.html

      Cheers!

    • #132184
      Reckedtrek
      Member

      Just ordered one direct from Eventide! I can't wait to get this Power Supply!  I was unemployed for over a year and had to hold off on buying one, but I started a new job a few weeks ago and this is a celebration present to myself. This looks like the power supply users of multiple factor pedals have been waiting for. Big Smile

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