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    • #107655
      spacestation
      Member

      Hi, I'm new here and I just preordered the SPACE from Novamusik.com

      Questions:

      – When do you expect to deliver to the above retailer – roughly when can I expect to receive the item?

      – I live in the UK thus will be using UK mains voltage…is this a problem? I power everything with a Visual Sound 1 Spot (9V) power supply, will I be able to use that or should I only use the designated PS?

      Many thanks!E

    • #121601
      nickrose
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      Hard for us to say when it will be delivered as there is quite a queue – it will depend when your dealer placed the order to us.

      Best that you contact your dealer – he should have the best idea.

      UK mains voltage is supported, so no problem there. We can only recommend the use of our power supply, for obvious reasons. Your power supply manufacturer should be able to tell you if he can handle our pedals. He won't know SPACE, cos it's new, but the power requirements are similar to the TF/MF/PF.

    • #121603
      usehername
      Member

      Did the first run ship to dealers?

    • #121607
      spacestation
      Member

      The retailer says that they expect it in the second week of March, adding that they typically have the
      Pre Order items a few days early and it would be just a matter of
      waiting until the manufacturer allows them to release it….I'm going on the road in mid March and would love to take SPACE with me… so I hope that Eventide will press the 'release button' soon!  Any news on that would be highly appreciated.Wink

    • #132825
      Imerkat
      Member

      Did Nova Musik say this??? i'm on their list too!Big Smile

    • #132831
      spacestation
      Member

      yeh…..  but shhh! Wink

    • #121628
      badmelonfarmer
      Participant

      Can't comment on Space as it is not release, but assuming it is the same as all the other Factors that I have owned… you CAN power them with a OneSpot… use a OneSpot "L6" conector to get the right connector size.

      The issue with all this is that the Factors need isolated power, so you can not chain a factor with other pedals unless you are using an isolating outlet supply…. OneSpot is not isolated.

      there are other power supplies that will work, but obviously Eventide only support / recommend the official ones as they know they work and will not damage the box.

    • #121633
      spacestation
      Member

      that's very useful to know, as I don't own any other factor pedals.. thanks!!

    • #132857
      badmelonfarmer
      Participant

      no worries man, happy to help Big Smile

    • #121640
      guitarlesson
      Member

      Wait, so just for ABSOLUTE clarity… you can use 4 OneSpots to power 4 factors, but you cannot chain them to one supply, right? I understand that one OneSpot would probable not supply enough amps since my TF requires 1.2, but isolation is something I know little about. Thanks.

    • #132864
      badmelonfarmer
      Participant

      guitarlesson:

      Wait, so just for ABSOLUTE clarity… you can use 4 OneSpots to power 4 factors, but you cannot chain them to one supply, right? I understand that one OneSpot would probable not supply enough amps since my TF requires 1.2, but isolation is something I know little about. Thanks.

      Yes that is correct. basically you have to have one power supply dedicated to one factor. you can not have multiple factors on the same onespot or even a simple compressor and a factor on the same onespot.

      The exception to this is the power supplies that isolate each output…. like the powerfactor etc…. these power supplies are usually a lot more expensive.

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