Pedal Power 2 vs Pedal Power 3 PLUS — What's Different?
The Pedal Power 2 has been a reigning champ in toroidal power supplies for years. And while it more than holds up today (seriously, plenty of guitar and bass players at Sweetwater are still rocking these things), the Pedal Power 3 PLUS takes high-current and low-noise a step further:
- Smaller and lighter — Fans of the previous Pedal Power will notice a reduction in size and a massive reduction in weight in the Pedal Power 3 PLUS. Mounted under your board, it's almost imperceptible.
- Universal input power — The Pedal Power 3 PLUS accepts a range of input voltages (100—240v) to support international operation. There are no screws to remove or DIP switches to toggle. Just plug in and rock out, anywhere in the world.
- 500mA DC outputs — Modern digital pedals have really upped the ante for pedal supply needs. The Pedal Power 3 PLUS rises to the occasion, with 500mA of current (and we're told that's a conservative estimate) on tap for every pedal in your arsenal.