where can I buy an regular Eventide TF power supply

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    • #107449
      alwalt
      Member

      I've read a lot about power supplies and the Factor pedals, without getting convinced about any particular solution…

      In the meantime, my powersupply is dying, going on/off when you barely see it.. 😀

      Where can I get a regular TF wallwart power suppy?

      Musiciansfriend say they don't carry them. I need to buy online, I live in Costa Rica..

      REgards

    • #121141
      nickrose
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      You can get them from the Eventide Store

      http://eventidestore.com/stompboxes.html

    • #121142
      alwalt
      Member

      Thanks a lot Nik… I see 4 types listed on the photo ?

      how can I specify wich one I need whe I buy?

    • #132287
      bhaberman
      Member
      Eventide Staff

      Hello alwalt, please visit this link specifically:

      http://eventidestore.com/powersupplies1.html

      You will see a drop-down box with the four power supply options.  Simply select the power supply you want and click "Add to Cart."  The US (p/n 105278) adapter is probably what you need.  There are no exclusions prohibiting you to place an order from Costa Rica, so you should be good to go. 

    • #132291
      alwalt
      Member

      ok.. hmm.  duuuuh!!

      I tough it was a country origin or something like that. Order placed! thanks a lot!

    • #121146
      hywelg
      Member

      Before you do buy one, or indeed after you do, then you'll have a spare!, check the wires where they exit the 'restraint' on the wart. Mine broke through the insulation here after only a few trips to rehearsals and it was because I was winding the cable round the wart after use. Its quite possible you have an intermittent connection here.

    • #121148
      alwalt
      Member

      Yes indeed. Mine is placed under the pedaltrain, in a walwart. My cable is placed under the board also, thoerically the cable never moves and it's always plugged into the factor. But, life's beach, it did broke. It's not as bad as not powering at all, but as you said, with the slight touch power goes on or off… My case is a  "not moving cable failure".. go figure!

      Once I have the new one, I'll take a look at the old one and see if I can fix it as spare…

      Thenks a lot!

    • #132295
      hywelg
      Member

      I modded mine afterwards. Put two 2.5mm outlets hoping I could power two factors but I get ground loop problems with 2. It works well for one tho'

    • #132303
      alwalt
      Member

      I placed the order for a new one. Hard to believe there are no practical options to power the factors from other sources…. Time will tell.

      Thanks!

    • #132305
      nickrose
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      alwalt:

      Hard to believe there are no practical options to power the factors from other sources

      Time has already spoken ….

      http://eventidestore.com/cidcacliposu.html

    • #132585
      darrenw5094
      Member

      nickrose:

      alwalt:

      Hard to believe there are no practical options to power the factors from other sources

      Time has already spoken ….

      http://eventidestore.com/cidcacliposu.html

      I am sorry Eventide, but the above post that you replied to, was asking for an alternative power supply option for the TM because you guys can't give us a good one. The OP wanted the original, but not everyone on here.

    • #132777
      lchender
      Member

      The above mentioned link doesn't work. What gives? I'd like to buy one of these power supplies.

    • #132779
      bhaberman
      Member
      Eventide Staff

      Hi lchender, from a recent press release: available late February, we have partnered with a seasoned power supply manufacturer who has been making precision supplies for 20 years. This new high quality regulated linear power supply solution powers up to 3 Eventide stompboxes plus 4x 9VAC/100mA taps for your other pedals. The PowerFactor will carry a 5 year parts and labor warranty.

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