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Eden General / Re: Daisy Chain Pedals
« Last post by Rip Van Dan on February 17, 2018, 01:42:01 PM »
Thanks Paul!   Good to know the correct voltage - 15v instead of 18v - from someone who has one. 

I still want one...put it on my Christmas list...didn't get it for Valentine's day...my birthday's not until August...looks like I'll just have to buy one myself...

Dan
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Eden General / Re: Daisy Chain Pedals
« Last post by Paulinderwick on February 16, 2018, 05:52:06 PM »
Eden pedals now come with a 15volt supply as recommended - I suppose you could get a multi-unit supply at 15 volts but most seem to be the industry standard 9 volts - you should also observe the polarity which is the reverse of what you expect.  I very much doubt there are power units that supply at different voltages so keep them separated...
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Eden General / Re: Daisy Chain Pedals
« Last post by Rip Van Dan on February 16, 2018, 02:35:47 PM »
Hi CEW125,

Welcome to the Garden!

Hopefully someone will come out from behind a tree or bush with the info you need. 

I do know that they can be daisy-chained but not sure if there is a specific order.  They do come with an 18v 15v power wart but can use a 12v if I recall correctly.  I think the only problem would be how the positive and negative power is supplied on your power block (positive tip, negative tip, that sort of thing).  Unfortunately I don't have a WTDI yet, so I can't say for sure but there are a number of folks on the forum who use them and should be able to help you out.

Dan
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Eden General / Daisy Chain Pedals
« Last post by CEW125 on February 16, 2018, 08:50:37 AM »
Hi gang, I don't know if this has already been asked before so my apologies and a nudge in the right direction would help...

I am currently using a WTDI and two I90's with a few Dr G***N pedals in between, the 9V pedals are fine as I can daisy-chain them together, however my question is...can I daisy-chain the Eden pedals using a similar lead or does each one need to have it's own independent power supply and if not...where in the UK can I get a new power supply?

Cheers
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But he was talking about woofers not cabs.
The cab impedance is 8 Ohm in both cases.
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And with 16ohm cabs you can run a lot of them all at once!
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Playing the Bass / Re: Sire Marcus Miller basses
« Last post by 63p-bass on February 14, 2018, 10:48:08 PM »
Thanks for the response Armin.
I've been looking at the Sire P7, a PJ model. They look really nice, with the block inlays and the preamp and mid controls. A pretty good bass for $500 to $600.
There may be one of these in my herd in the future.  :)
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Correct, and it doesn’t matter.
If I really had the choice I would take the 16ohm cab.
Because of the parallel wiring the cab can stay operational if one woofer dies.
But how how often does that really happen.
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Eden General / Re: D210XST - what is the difference between 4-ohm and 8-ohm versions?
« Last post by dbsfgyd1 on February 14, 2018, 01:39:17 PM »
This is a good topic. But let me ask the following, in a two speaker  8 ohm cab, depending how it is wired, parallel or series, the speakers  could be either 4 ohm or 16? If so, which is preferred?
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Playing the Bass / Re: Sire Marcus Miller basses
« Last post by Bassmann1968 on February 14, 2018, 01:18:13 PM »
Hi Jim,
yes I got one.
Couldn’t find any dead spots and don’t know why I should spent the extra money.
Scott on YouTube did a blind comparison between the Sire and the Fender and had his followers vote which one was Fender. It was a draw. Even the Fender did cost 3000$ extra.
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