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Re: Ditto problem

I dunnow though, I think it's pretty good that tech support
can admit that the specification of the pedal might be wrong.
...and actually provide a potential fix to the problem.

From my experience it's rare that tech support for a company that big isn't
just a guy who can read the manual for you.


On 05/02/2016 17:26, Joe Gushen wrote:
They "think" it needs more than 300 mA? That's so ridiculous and a completely unacceptable answer. There is no way that Ditto is doing more processing than a Strymon that requires 300 mA. Like I said before, TC Electronics build quality is garbage! Sorry to hear about your problem at a gig.

On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 10:43 AM, David Gans <david@trufun.com> wrote:

The reset did not happen.

Exchange with TC on twitter - they think the unit needs more than 300 mA even though it says right on the unit that it expects 300 mA. They recommend I use the wall wart that came with it, but alas that wall wart is at home in Oakland and I am in LA heading for Arizona.

I guess I’m gonna stop at a music store in Pasadena and buy a new TC wall wart. Hope it works!

Than you for the advice, groupmind…