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Hi everyone,

I just bought a new power supply for my pedal board. I got eight 9 volts plugs, all 100 mA except for one that is 500 mA.

I just bought a BOSS TU-2 and this pedal is 200 mA, so here's my question: Can I plug this pedal on the 100 mA plug or I have to go on the 500 mA?

I'm wondering because I'll thinking about buying a holy grail reverb that is running on the 500 mA.

Thank you very much!

Antoine.
 

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I have a power supply that is similar and I just ran a daisy chain off of it to power an extra pedal. Just make sure they come in under the rating.
 

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The current draw of the TU-2 according to the Boss site is 55mA. The manual says that when using the DC 9V Out jack to power other pedals from the TU-2 to make sure that the total current consumption of the TU-2 and other effects being supplied does not exceed 200mA. It should be fine to power the TU-2 from one of the 100mA outlets if you're not using the TU-2 to supply power to other pedals.
 
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