Innovative musical accessories maker Diago has introduced the Micropower9, a smaller, neater version of the brand's winning Powerstation power supply.
Micropower9 uses the same low-noise digital technology as its bigger brother, making it ideal as a direct universal replacement for hundreds of other proprietary bulky and ugly wall warts, as well as being ideal for smaller pedal boards of up to six pedals.
The Diago Micropwer9 is tidy – it looks like a laptop power adaptor – versatile (it works with over 90% of effects pedals) and powerful, with 1,000mA available. It's also quiet, practical – it only measures 72mm (L) x 47mm (W) x 27mm (D) – and works worldwide using automatic voltage and frequency sensing circuitry.
Best of all, the Micropower9 lets you concentrate 100% on bringing the rock, because it's safe, meeting all national and international safety regulations, and it's intelligent too – its short circuit protection means that you or your pedals won't fry if something does go wrong.
The bottom line is, the Micropower9 does the job amazingly well, it weighs only 70g, and it costs a mere £29.99 UK RRP. In short, it's perfect for the job at hand.
Diago is distributed exclusively in the UK and Eire by John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. For more information on the entire range of Diago pedalboards, amplifiers and accessories, visit the JHS website.
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