Combinator 2 powering Line 6 DL4/Eventide Timefactor

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Combinator 2 powering Line 6 DL4/Eventide Timefactor

Post  drkam6 on Sun Mar 14, 2010 10:44 am

Hello,
Is it possible to power up the Line 6 DL4 pedal modeler using one of the 9V DC power outputs of the Combinator 2, but with a reverse polarity cable?

How about the Eventide Timefactor Stompbox? It's also 9V DC, reverse polarity cable.

It would be awesome if it could power both at the same time....


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Re: Combinator 2 powering Line 6 DL4/Eventide Timefactor

Post  drkam6 on Sun Mar 14, 2010 11:35 am

Just adding more info on my question:

The Line 6 DL4 has a "labeled power requirement" of "9V AC 1200 mA maximum". However, it can be powered by the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus from their #5 and #6 outputs - and they are DC.

At the Voodoo Lab Forum, it is mentioned that "Line6 uses a 9VAC 1200mA adapter for the modeling pedals (DL4, MM4, etc) because it is the same adapter they use for POD. Actual current depends on the input voltage, but is approximately 180mA"

The Pedal Power 2 Plus description about the #5 and #6 outputs, mentions:
"9V (x2) – High Current 9V and Line 6 Modelers:
These two outputs each deliver 250mA allowing you run high current draw effects like the Boss DD-20 Giga Delay or Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler. Via switches underneath the Pedal Power 2 Plus, these two outputs can be separately configured for regulated (Boss Twin Pedals) or unregulated (Line 6 Modelers) power allowing you to run both units if so desired. These outputs can also power any standard 9V effects as well"

I checked the specs on the 8 power outputs from the Combinator 2, and they read: "8 x 9V DC 300 mA".

If the Line 6 DL4 needs a minimum of 180mA actual, could it be then powered by the Combinator 2?

I appreciate your clarification...

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Re: Combinator 2 powering Line 6 DL4/Eventide Timefactor

Post  Admin Carl on Sun Mar 14, 2010 9:12 pm

No it cannot power those pedals Exclamation
All those mA consuming pedals will make it hum like a mother, and eventually bring it down.
Better to use the prescibed supplies.
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Some clubs

Post  semmar22 on Fri Jul 09, 2010 10:49 am

Some clubs

Obviously some clubs are longer than others therefore the angles will change and your distance away from the ball will change ishiner, but the angle of your club(such as taylormade r9 super tri driver) should change, not the angle of your body.

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