With twelve independent, filtered and regulated output sections, Pedal Power MONDO is a high-current capable power supply for modern DSP-based effects.

Santa Rosa, CA (November 26, 2012) – Voodoo Lab announced that it is now shipping Pedal Power MONDO. With twelve independent, filtered and regulated output sections, Pedal Power MONDO is a high-current capable power supply for modern DSP-based effects like those from Eventide, Line 6, Strymon, and TC Electronic and all 9V battery operated pedals.

"With the increasing use of high-current pedals like those from Eventide and Strymon, plus numerous battery operated pedals on the same board, it was time to make a supply for our most demanding users," says Josh Fiden, Founder and CEO of Voodoo Lab. "MONDO was designed to be an audiophile quality solution to power the largest and most diverse pedalboards.”

Pedal Power MONDO provides four isolated 9V high-current 400mA output sections (two with 12V option), two 250mA outputs, and 6 standard 100mA outputs. Features include linear regulation, 2 toroidal transformers, and an internal thermometer with silent fan that keeps the unit cool even under the most adverse outdoor festival stages. Also included is a detachable AC line cord and all necessary cables.

Pedal Power MONDO is designed and manufactured in California.

Pedal Power MONDO MSRP: $430.00

For more information:
Voodoo Lab

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