Walrus Audio Unveils the Phoenix Clean Power Supply

A 15-output isolated power supply with two internal custom-wound toroidal transformers.

Oklahoma City, OK (February 11, 2015) -- Walrus Audio is excited to announce the newest addition to their boutique line-up: The Phoenix Clean Power Supply. The Phoenix is a 15-output isolated power supply, utilizing two internal custom wound toroidal transformers to provide the highest noise filtering and cleanest power, giving artists the purest sound in their signal chain possible. It is offered in three different voltages 100V, 120V and 230V, serving artists all over the world. Walrus Audio will release the Phoenix 100V to Japan, the 120V to North America and the Phoenix 230V will be released to the European Union and Australia.

All outputs are isolated. There are 15 total outputs, four are rated at 9V, 300mA and can power the larger digital pedals like the Strymon BigSky and Timeline. Eight Outputs are 9V, 100mA. Two outputs include a toggle switch option to run 9V or 12Vand the last output includes a toggle switch option for 9V or 18V. The Phoenix fits under most pedal boards such as the PedalTrain PT-2 and up and we offer a pedal board mounting kit that is sold separately.

The Phoenix comes in a durable midnight blue texture enclosure and can more than hold up to the demands of touring. Exact size is 9.75” long, 2.6” wide, 2” high. The artwork features original sketch artwork of a mythical Phoenix character with its wings sprawled across the top of the enclosure in the signature sketch art that Walrus is known for. This unit comes with 15 – 2.1mm barrel black power cables, 2 – 2.1mm barrel red (center positive) cables, and a detachable IEC Cable.

Walrus Audio is offering The Phoenix for a retail price of $279.

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