JonnyBoy wrote:you can modify the mu3 to take a conventional 18v power supply. I don't think they take that particular one (not for sure), not the original ones at least. I thought mutron had their own power supplies you have to get. You can get a battery clip adapter that plugs into a 9 volt battery lead tho. seeing that 2 batteries are plugged into the pedal to volt up to 18, I am sure you can plug in the 18 volt dupply to one of the battery leads and be OK.
Just bought a musitronics mutron today, one of the old ones using the 9v batteries. (I'm excited ). While i am probably going to use the two 9v for a while, i saw this power supply for sale:
It looks legit to me, but i could be wrong. Anyone know about this one?
mgbills wrote:I picked up a standard "wall-wart" style, and a DC Voodoo Labs adapter from Richard Lingenberg.
Both are cheaper than the CAE product, and they come from one of the original builders. Richard also repairs & modifies Musitronic Mutrons. Great guy. Also had him rework my MXR Dist+ and Phase 100.
I'd highly recommend his products & service.
tigerstrat wrote:< face palm> Visual Sound battery clip-to-coaxial 9v adapters... 2 of them... not posting it again
mgbills wrote:Sorry I missed your post TRG. I'd say call Richard. I have the Block version of the old-school phase...1979 I think. I dated it with the pots when got it, but now can't remember whether the Dist + is a '79 or the Phase.
Richard is a great fellow. He'll give you the low down.
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