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Cioks DC7 Pedal Power Supply

Cioks DC7 Pedal Power Supply

With a surprising 48 watts of power distributed among 9 outputs, the Cioks DC7 power supply is ideal for compact, yet eclectic pedalboards.

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Submitted February 25, 2019 by Darius Maroszyk in Chicago, IL
"Greatest power supply I ever had ."
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I was searching for power supply I could power three 18 Volts pedals and , some 12Volts and 9 Volts. In total 11 pedals. Most of power supplies ( actually all of 'em) have only one 18Volts port and only 100to 200mA..Not enough to power Diezel or other similar pedals. DC 7 have 7 outputs and each and every one can be set between 9,12,15 or 18 Volts. Each port have 660mA which mean you can power up 4 or 5 9Volts pedals. All cables and connectors are included. You can power up all pedals like with reverse polarity , vintage DOD , 3,5mm plugs...name it. Totally I connected 11 pedals and still can connect few more. From the time I connected DC 7 to my pedalboard I understood what really "clean power " mean. My most noisy pedals become much much more quite . Also the look of this unit is great. Only one inch thick . This is really new generation of power supplies. Don't be scared by price. This unit is worthy any penny . Simply the best power supply I ever used.
Musical Background:
Playing guitar for many many years
Musical Style:
HEAVY METAL
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Submitted August 13, 2019 by Phil I in Levittown, PA
"The best power supply I’ve owned - so much power in a small package!"
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This is easily the best power supply that I’ve owned. I’ve owned the Voodoo Pedal Power 2 Plus, Dunlop DC Brick, MXR Mini ISO Brick, and now the Cioks DC7. The DC7 is being used under my Pedaltrain Nano+. It’s powering a Boss DC-2w, TC Flashback 2, MXR EVH Phase 90, and a TC Polytune 3 Mini. My pedalboard is super quiet while using the DC7 and I don’t think I’m even using 25% of the power that this thing has on tap. I love that it has the selectable voltages for using different pedals and 660mA on each tap is a ton of power! The unit is so thin and is absolutely built like a tank and I honestly don’t think I’ve ever had a power supply that is this high quality. I may eventually buy another or use this plus a Cioks 4 or 8 when I build my Pedaltrain Pro. With the 5 year warranty, build quality, and expandability, the DC7 was a no brainer! You won’t be disappointed!
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Hobbyist
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Progressive Rock/Metal, 80’s Metal
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Submitted January 29, 2020 by a customer from yahoo.com
"Unreal Amount of Power"
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I was torn between the DC7 and Zuma. What ultimately made me choose the DC7 was the ability customize every outlet's output so I could have a power setup custom tailored to my rig. The high milliamp output if outstanding and the 24v output that allows you to power additional CIOKS units is probably the best feature of any power supply on the market today.I added the DC4 to the DC7 so I have 11 power outputs and only 1 power cord. I also purchased the 'open end flex' cables, part number 1000, from CIOKS so I could make my custom length cables.My board is on the larger size and I have quite a few power hungry digital pedals and the DC7/DC4 combo powers it all and then some. I couldn't be happier with my purchase.
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