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Truetone 1 Spot Pro CS12

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Multi-Output Power Supply

  • 12 Galvanic isolated outputs: 2x 18 V DC 100 mA, 4x 9/12 V DC 100 mA, 1x 4-9 V DC 100 mA, 2x 9 V DC 250 mA and 2x 9 V DC 500 mA, 1x 9 V AC 800 mA - total 2900 mA
  • The most modern technology
  • Noiseless operation
  • Global input voltage of 100-240 V
  • Dimensions: 206 x 86 x 50 mm
  • Weight: 1.06 kg
  • Incl. cable, adapter plug & holder for mounting under Pedaltrain pedal boards
Available since March 2016
Item number 383955
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
DC/AC current AC/DC
Output current in mA 2900 mA
9 V Yes
12 V Yes
18 V Yes
Secondary voltage Yes
Multi-output power supply Yes
£189
All prices incl. VAT
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Awesome!
Woiperdinger 02.01.2020
The Truetone 1 Spot Pro CS12 is a really great power supply.

My board was NOISY using 3 pedals to power my whole chain with daisy chain cables.
I upgraded my patch cables a while ago to try and solve the noise, but the result was less than I had hoped.
The CS12 blew my mind though. I have very little noise from my pedals now, I would say no noise... But pedals make noise. Suffice to say, the noise level is so low now that I don't think of it at all.
No more buzzy distraction stopping me from getting into playing.

The build quality is very good. This has a good weight to it and is very well assembled.

This is my first BIG power supply, so I can't compare how hot it gets compared to other bricks, but mine doesn't really heat up all that much. Far less than my laptop and not even a fraction of my tube amp.
I run anywhere from 5-20 pedals off this power supply with no problems.
I use a Boss TU-2 and a Boss LS-2 to daisy chain a few extra pedals. I fully expected noise when I added the daisy chain, but is is dead quiet.

If I had to find a con, I would say that there aren't enough long cables to get around my whole board. It would be great if they included 2 more long cables and left out 2 short ones.
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Wonderful Power Supply!
Rogerius S 14.03.2022
I compared several options for power and I settled for this one. And I must say I am happy with this one. My rig will have about 10-ish pedals and I can power them all with ease. CS12 has options for all kinds of voltages, but so far I have not needed anything besides 9 volts. But if I should have the need for 12V or 18V, I have the options available. Truetone has 18V to 9V convertes to make the 2x18V jacks useable for 9V pedals.

The kit comes with brackets and screws needed to attach it to Pedaltrain Classic 1 pedalboard (i suppose it could be used to attach to other pedalboards as well or you could use velcro to put it on top of the board).

The product also came with a wide selection of power cables and it had a nice selection of shorter and longer leads. It solved all my needs and even had a long cable that I used to set my Wah pedal off the pedalboard. And it has several odd connectors for specific needs (battery clip, Line 6 jack etc).

The product came with an UK power cable, which was a pitty as I needed an EU one and the product description did not say that.
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Exactly what I wanted
Anonymous 26.10.2016
I use this power supply for my moderately sized pedal board. I have about 6 pedals on there with one or two power thirsty pedals. I needed something to feed my existing power needs with the ability to cope with any future expansions

The pedal has really reduced the noise in my pedal chain. All outputs are isolated and if you wanted, you could daisy chain from every channel. There is a recommended miliamp rating on each channel but from my experience each channel can handle more than it is rated for.

I researched pedal power supplies for a few weeks, looking at all the different power supply options in the ¤150-¤250 range. Obviously everyone recommends the Voodoo Labs Power Supply 2 (VL PS 2). The CS12 is a cheaper option that I think has all the same capabilities of the VL PS 2 plus bonus extras, such as the sag option and the ability to change between EU and US voltage.

If you're seriously considering the VL PS 2 you need to look at this too. It's excellent.
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If you think you can go without, think again.
Old Murray 26.05.2018
What an investment! For the longest time I figured I didn't need to spend on a powersupply. Boy, was I wrong.
I researched for a powersupply that would be plenty for the many pedals I use (with all the different voltages and polarities) and came across the Truetone 1Spot Pro CS12. Besides the fact that it supplies enough power and then some, it's build quality is superb. Stable, safe and easy to figure out. The many options it supplies, from power cables and polarity switch cable, the capability of choosing from 9v to 4v or 12v, plus the dedicated 18v ports, makes this product the one to have. Now, onto what really made the difference and made me think why the hell hadn't I invested in a good powersupply: The sound quality. I had some finnicky pedals that lost low end of were generally noisy. No more. It really brings your pedals to life.I have no regrets and there isn't a thing I don't like about it. It never gets hot, it's neat and tidy and it hides well under the pedalboard. What more could I want?
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