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Re: Attn : Line 6 DL4 loopers - need L xW
Thanks Max, this helped a lot....
>From: "max valentino" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Attn : Line 6 DL4 loopers - need L xW
>Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 19:25:39
>Hi...it's 10"(l)x 6" (w)...but allow a coupla inches for plugs on the
>backside, even if you use right angled plugs or "think" that once it is on
>there you won't be plugging/unplugging.
>You also want to allow some room for the power supply which is 3"x2" and
>a wall wart. The transformer is ilsolated from the plug (one of those half
>way down the ac cord kinda deals).
>Some folks have questioned being able to drive it from DC power like the
>Voodoo Pedal Power. I have not found that to work. On my board (which is
>just a SKB Ps25; I don't use the on board DC outlets there as they are
>noisy) I bought a small Isobar (the 4 outlet kind), which has surge
>and EMF. That can power my DL4, MM4, TC SCF and MIDI pedal.
>Hope that helps...Max
>>From: "Patrick Bailey" <email@example.com>
>>Subject: Attn : Line 6 DL4 loopers - need L xW
>>Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 10:19:19 -0800
>>Soon I hope to be slapping a DL4 on to my pedalboard, but I only have a
>>small area left on the board to put it on. Any DL4 users care to give me
>>dimensions? Can't seem to find them anywhere on the Line 6 site, which is
>>strange, considering they post all kinds of manuals and such.
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