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Joyo Audio Releases the JP-05 Power Supply

The power supply features eight DC outputs and one standard USB output.

Shenzhen, China (June 15, 2018) -- Joyo Audio has launched the new JP-05 power supply, designed to offer musicians the possibility to power different power assumption pedals and mobile devices.

JP-05 has eight DC outputs and one standard USB output, one of the eight outputs can be switched between 9V, 12V, and 18V for the odd pedals in your collection that just want a little bit more voltage. The 5V USB output enables you to load your cell phone, iPad and other portable devices.

Features:

  • With a built-in 7.4V/4400mAh rechargeable lithium battery pack, charging time is about 2.5hrs.
  • 4 DC 9V 100mA outputs.
  • 3 DC 9V 500mA outputs.
  • 1 DC 9V/12V/18V adjustable output, maximum output current is 100mA.
  • With battery level indicator. It stops charging automatically when it is fully charged.
  • One 5V output USB port, compatible for charging cell phones, tablets and other portable devices.

JP-05 carries street prices of $69.99 - they can be ordered from global JOYO official dealers.

Watch the company's video demo:

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Joyo Audio

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