Carl Martin Unveils the Pro Power V2 Power Supply

A feature-packed power supply with eight individual isolated and regulated outputs.

Denmark (July 31, 2015) -- The ProPower Version 2 offers the same features as the “old” ProPower, but now with the new update much better performance and power stability. With these new specs no doubt the ProPower Version 2 offer the most “value for money” on the market, it’s simply a very strong and powerful PSU.

Whether you are an international touring musician, or just very particular about the power your pedals are receiving; which by the way you should be, the ‘Carl Martin Pro Power’ power supply was created just for you. The Pro Power offers a number of features designed with the discerning musician in mind. Start with the switchable (110-230 V) AC input, and split that into 8 individual isolated and regulated 9v (100mA) – 12v (90mA) outputs, with extended power at output 7-8 9v (300mA) 12v (200mA), and you have a unique power supply you can use virtually anywhere. There is a simple DIP switch on the back of the ProPower, which allows you to switch the voltage of each output between 9-12v. Housed in our traditional black metal case, the Carl Martin Pro Power is perfect to use on it’s own, or when powering your personal pedal board. The Pro Power also comes with a selection of 9V DC cables for your convenience.

The ProPower Version 2 now comes with a larger selection of cables including, current doubler and voltage doubler cables.

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Multiple modulation modes and malleable voices cement a venerable pedal’s classic status.

Huge range of mellow to immersive modulation sounds. Easy to use. Stereo output. Useful input gain control.

Can sound thin compared to many analog chorus and flange classics.

$149

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