RockPower Power Supply RP NT 22 EU

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Switching Power Supply

  • Stabilized output voltage
  • Input voltage: 100 - 240 V
  • Output voltage: 9 V DC
  • Power: 500 mA
  • 2.1 x 5.5 mm hollow connector
  • Polarity (-) inside
  • EU Plug
Available since August 2017
Item number 420617
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
DC/AC current DC
Output current in mA 500 mA
9 V Yes
12 V No
18 V No
Secondary voltage Yes
Multi-output power supply No
£5.90
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Friday, 28.06. and Monday, 1.07.
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14 Reviews

NM
Don't buy it, it buzzes/buzzes when used with distortion directly and in chain.
Natalia Markevich 28.09.2023
Don't buy it, it buzzes/buzzes when used with distortion directly and in chain.
I tried 4 power supplies:
AD16E doesn't buzz, it's good.
The power supply, which is 20 years old, does not hum, it is good.
RockPower Power Supply RP NT 22 EU makes a lot of noise and is bad.
Thomann NT 0910 AC/PSA makes a lot of noise and is bad.
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innsmouthface 20.01.2024
Unfortunately introduces a high-pitched hum into the signal, even when the effect is off, so it's practically useless for powering anything, even a tuner.
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I am happy with it
monynikolov2 17.11.2017
Good quallity and design. I recomend it.
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Funz oder Unfunz?
Eibensang 29.11.2017
Zwei Stück bestellte ich, da mir die schmale Form gefiel: gerade auch nebeneinander in einem Dreifachstecker praktikabler als die dicken Wandwarzen, die ich bisher mit mir rumschleppte, um ein Winz-Bodentreterchen für Zerre und einen PocketPod für Sonstiges zu betreiben (ich verzichte, wo es möglich ist, auf Batterien). Der Harley Benton Mini-Stomp strahlte mich sofort an - der P-Pod blieb leider reglos und war partout nicht zum Flackern, geschweige denn zum Klingen zu bringen. Schade: doch wieder eine Wandwarze mit im Gepäck. Behalte die beiden Steckerchen trotzdem, da sie beide funktionieren (nur halt nicht mit dem Pod) und sich für den einen sicher noch irgendwas findet. Notfalls schenk ich ihn her. Aber schon schade! Ja, auf die Polung hatte ich geachtet (hätte auch den Pod-Originalstecker gekauft, aber der war ja nicht mehr im Sortiment, der passende Thomann-Steckerklon auch nicht).
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