ISO6….like ISO5, AC and Digital

(4 customer reviews)

 105.00

Description

The ISO6 is a professional multi-output power supply for high current effect pedals. It is the middle between Voodoo lab ISO5, AC and Digital.
It has two powerful AC sections with 9V,500/1300MA and multiple sections with 9/12V,500MA.
The other 4 isolated outlets offering a total of 500mA are ideal for pedals using 9 or 12V DC.
Use the DIP Switch to choose 9V or 12V.
It can power:

  • Tube overdrives,
  • Whammy,
  • Rotosphere
  • Line6 DL4, AM4, MM4, DM4, POD
  • All Strymon pedals
  • All standard Boss Pedals
  • Eventide TimeFactor,  ModFactor,  PitchFactor and Space
  • Etc……

The 6 outlets are configured in 6 isolated sections
Short circuit protection of all outlets
Durable steel enclosure
Weight 930 grams
LxWxH (mm) = 170 x 85 x 45 Suitable for PedalTrain pedal board.
6 Cables to connect your pedals are included and also a power cord. For UK customers it comes with a UK power cord.

4 reviews for ISO6….like ISO5, AC and Digital

  1. Anonymous

    ALL OKAY

  2. Niels Schutten

    A good price for good performance. Solidly built. I am using it to feed two high current (350mA and 500mA) pedals, as well as a few low current ones, and this seems to work well, without noise/crosstalk issues so far.
    Note that (at least in my case) some high powered pedals are inverse polarity (i.e. center positive), so you may need some polarity reversal cables/adapters.

  3. Paul McMahon

    I bought the ISO 6 to eliminate separate supplies for a Boss looper, Zoom GX1 and Boss KM04, all of which need 9v DC and (the problem) a Line 6 Variax XPS which needs 9v AC at 2000mA.Although the ISO 6 only gives 1500mA DC, I am pleased to report that it will power the Variax with no trouble, and easily powers the other three with no discernible hum. The construction seems very solid, and I believe it is by far the cheapest power brick which can supply this varied collection of pedals.

  4. Paul McMahon

    Hi, it’s me again! Bad news with the Variax XPS. After five minutes, the XPS unit started buzzing loudly and stopped working. It still works fine with the Line 6 power supply, but clearly it doesn’t like the ISO6. It’s absolutely not the fault of the ISO 6, which is producing a perfect 9v AC, it’s the famous Line 6 lack of compatibility! I only wanted to warn potential buyers that it won’t power the XPS. It’s still a 5 star review from me!

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