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Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2019
I received a legit D’Addario power supply. It puts out 9V. It can handle a draw of 500 mA that means if your pedal is 200 mA you will be fine with this. The mA is what your pedal pulls. Not what this puts out. On the other hand if you put together 3 200 mA pedals that’s to much for this. You need a 600 mA. The cord is 6 feet. So you got to play close to an outlet or use an extension cord. The center is negative, the sleeve positive. I was wary ordering after the reviews of counterfeit ones being sold. Note the packaging in my photos. When I have received counterfeit products on Amazon in the past returns were easy. It is usually they didn’t know they listed the knock off stuff under a name brand. ;) With that said I’m very pleased with my purchase.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 500 mA Negative tip
By Charles Jost on January 24, 2019
I received a legit D’Addario power supply. It puts out 9V. It can handle a draw of 500 mA that means if your pedal is 200 mA you will be fine with this. The mA is what your pedal pulls. Not what this puts out. On the other hand if you put together 3 200 mA pedals that’s to much for this. You need a 600 mA. The cord is 6 feet. So you got to play close to an outlet or use an extension cord. The center is negative, the sleeve positive. I was wary ordering after the reviews of counterfeit ones being sold. Note the packaging in my photos. When I have received counterfeit products on Amazon in the past returns were easy. It is usually they didn’t know they listed the knock off stuff under a name brand. ;) With that said I’m very pleased with my purchase.
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