Valitettavasti tapahtui virhe. Ole hyvä ja yritä uudelleen.
Metal chassis, small in size, 7 outputs (I don't consider that 18V output a true output since I don't have a use for it, so it's a waste that could be used to power a pedal instead of looking sad because it's not lit).
I am a bit lazy, so I haven't measured the flow rate from those outputs, but the site's information is inconsistent with what it says on the box and on different forums on the internet.
You see, I bought it because I need to power 6 pedals and a looper (Harley Benton FXL8 Pro) that use different quantities of current. So, it goes from 10 mA to 135 mA (old Boss reverb). Ok, I knew that the this unit could go at least for 200 mA per output, but the question remained - will it be able to power my looper? Somewhere I read it goes to 200 mA, the box said that it could give 250 mA to a unit, on "Thomann's" site it said 300 mA. The looper itself consumes around 200-250. So, I tried it for the first time directly during a gig and it survived. No excess hum, no loss of power.
I am really glad that I didn't get a dud, but I must downgrade the product because of different information declared on the product's box and the website. Either the manufacturer doesn't consistently make the same product (because it's Chinese made), or the retailer didn't bother to read the declaration. Whatever it is, someone that needs a 300-mA-per-output unit that doesn't deliver what it claims it does, could be surprised in a bad way thus giving it a really bad review.
Hinnat sisältävät 24% ALV:n ja hinnat ovat voimassa toistaiseksi. Tuotteiden saatavuus voi vaihdella - kiireellisissä tilauksissa ota yhteyttä puhelimitse. Emme ole vastuussa kirjoitusvirheistä tai muista mahdollisista inhimillisistä tai tekniikasta johtuvista epätarkkuuksista annetuissa tiedoissa. *OVH = tuotteen ohjevähittäishinta Saksassa.