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Fame LEF-329 Mini Power

Code: 227132   
Fame LEF-329 Mini Power

(1 review)

£36.00

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€40.32 (euros)

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LEF-329 Mini Power description:

The Fame LEF-329 Mini Power is a power supply brick, featuring eight outputs, with a current draw of 300mA, and includes eight cables, two jumpers, two Velcro straps, and one VDC adaptor. The Rowin Mini Power enables a stable, high-performance, 9V DC power supply, within a compact footprint-design pedal.

With eight outputs, each featuring a maximum output current of 300mA, this power supply brick can meet the requirements of any pedal user. The LEF-329 also features independent output short circuit protection, meaning if one output fails, the rest will persist. Each output featuring their own LED indicator.

The main features of the Fame LEF-329 Mini Power include:

  • 12V DC Adapter, Connection cables and adapter for polarity reversal
  • Full metal shell
  • Very small footprint
  • Individual LED indicator
  • Current draw: 300mA maximum

Manufacturer: Fame

This page first created on: 15/01/2016

Customer Reviews


Expertise/Experience: Lots
Music Style: 60s, rock and roll
Bristol GB

Review:
Bought this to power a couple of pedals that I use with batteries as I had run out of outputs from my existing brick. So far I've only connected it up for testing just to make sure it works. Seems fine, no noise although the LEDs are quite bright. Compared with my old Dunlop brick, the fame unit is tiny so taking account of the price, leads that come with it (Velcro straps are not included) it really is a bargain. Recommended, only 4 stars cos I haven't actually used it at a gig.

This customer purchased the product in January 2016