JOYO JP-04 Power Supply 4 - Isolated Power Supply
JOYO JP-04 Power Supply 4 Isolated Power Supply for Effect Pedals
The JOYO JP-04 Power Supply is another great addition to JOYO line of pedal power supplies. With 8 overall outputs, the Power Supply 4 is more than enough for powering any standard pedal board. 7 DC9V outputs supply 5 channels at 100mA (milliamps) and 2 at 250mA. A switchable 12/18V 100mA output covers those few larger pedals, making the JP-04 suitable for practically any stomp-box style pedal on the market.
Why Power Stations are Important
Powering 4 or 5 pedals with a daisy chain is fine, if they are relatively low 'current' consumption pedals. But if you're powering more than this off a single 9V AC/DC adapter you can overdraw the power supply and create electrical issues within the pedals. This can often result in unwanted buzz or noise in your audio signal.
- JOYO JP-04 "Power Supply 4"
- 8x 60cm DC9V patch cable with right angle plug
- 2x 10cm polarity converter
- 150cm IEC Power Cable
- Common Design to Suit Multiple Pedal Boards
- Suitable for Any Standard Effect Pedal
- Isolated Low Noise Outputs
- Short Circuit/Current Protection
- Stylish Orange on Black Finish
- Model: JP-04
- Isolated Centre Negative DC9V Outputs: 5x 100mA, 2x 250mA
- 5x 100mA
- 2x 250mA
- 1x 100mA Switchable 12/18V Output
- Dimensions: 16 x 9 x 5.5cm
Yeah it's really goodBy: Jefferson Estioco on 18 September 2020This unit performs really well. i have it on my pedaltrain classic 2 board and it works as it should. clean isolated power, i don't have any problems with it at all. it will supply seven 9-volt pedals with one dip-switchable 12 volt or 18 volt outlet. one thing to note is that it's on the heavier side of power supply units, so having multiple units of this may become heavy. but who cares, its not like you're strapping it on like a Les paul when you're performing on stage- its gonna be on the ground lol. rock on.
JOYO JP-04By: David on 10 January 2020I've been using this now for about 2 months. The reason I purchased was to get rid of the hum in my setup. This was instantly achieved. An additional side benefit that I hadn't thought about (but seems obvious now) is that my total setup sounds better - no doubt due to clean power to all of my pedals. I have 12 pedals - overdrives, wah, boost, delays, chorus, phaser, reverb & tuner. At the moment I'm very happy with the Joyo