Voodoo Lab Now Shipping Pedal Power ISO-5

The ISO-5 is a compact power solution

Santa Rosa, CA (March 12, 2010) – Voodoo Lab announced that it is now shipping Pedal Power ISO-5. With 5 completely isolated, regulated and filtered output sections, it’s the ultimate compact solution for small pedalboards, rack shelves, or as an additional supply for larger boards. Based on the same technology that made the original Pedal Power the industry standard, Pedal Power ISO-5 keeps digital effects and even the most sensitive vintage and boutique analog pedals dead quiet.

Pedal Power ISO-5 delivers clean, consistent power even with poor AC line conditions found on stage. Unlike wall warts that create a large hum-inducing magnetic field, or daisy-chained digital switching supplies that generate unpredictable transients, Pedal Power ISO-5 uses a custom designed, audiophile quality toroidal transformer for stable, pure power. Plus, its completely isolated output sections eliminate ground loops and unwanted interaction between effects, giving you noticeably improved tone, dynamics and lower noise.

Features include 3 standard 9V outputs, a dedicated 18V output, and a unique 9/12V output designed to run modern, high-current digital effects from TC Electronic, Eventide and Line 6. Pedal Power ISO-5 comes with a detachable AC power cord, all the necessary pedal power cables, and is handmade in the USA with a five-year warranty.

Pedal Power ISO-5 MSRP: $160.00

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