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In defence of wall warts
In olden days, when the sun always shined, minsrels roamed the land,
music wherever they went. Many sang, or played lutes and harps, but some
clued-up musicians obtained the latest sagely effects and would astound the
public with their alfresco displays of misical wizardry. And how was this
achieved? The FX boxes were all designed to run off 12VDC, ie a wall wart.
However, the minstrels realised that a big 12V battery - a car battery for
example - would suffice, and it enabled them to play their music wherever
Or, to put it another way; lasy weekend I bought the GT5 (internal
fixed cable) and a Midiman 18-channel mixer (9V AC, not DC) to go with my
(also 9V AC). Or to put it another way, I'm never going to be playing
6' from the nearerst socket...