2 effects in 1 box: How do I power them from the same 9V?

Putting two effects in one box almost looks too easy, but you will save a lot of time reading the frequent questions before starting such a project...

Re: 2 effects in 1 box: How do I power them from the same 9V

Postby Lucifer » 14 May 2014, 17:58

Why don’t you draw it how you think it should be, then we can tell you if it’s correct or, if it’s wrong, how to correct it ?
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Re: 2 effects in 1 box: How do I power them from the same 9V

Postby Masuto » 18 May 2014, 11:17

Good idea! I'll try it..
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Re: 2 effects in 1 box: How do I power them from the same 9V

Postby Masuto » 30 May 2014, 22:55

Like Dylan said.. Its all been said before. So erm.. To prevent me from taking any chance.. I am using a mixture of this

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-T8OdqPmP_2Q/UG3WZyt28aI/AAAAAAAAC5U/lTz0RyZXAG8/s1600/!Offboard+wiring+-+dual.png for the grounds, and the layout on the pic here for decoupling and +9v to the two effects.
That i hope will work.
Will let you know tomorrow if it does.
But thanks anyway... Learning this is FUN
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