Review Subject Required. Hey, just read on the EHX homepage that the pedal uses a 9V 500ma adapter are you sure that you have a 18V? Pretty much the gold standard for octave pedals! Post by Neiloler » Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:56 pm, Post by Damn-Deal-Done » Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:33 pm, Post Do not use any other AC adapters. From EHX: The smallest member of the polyphonic POG clan provides impeccable tracking and sound. The Micro POG is, as its name implies, a polyphonic octave generator. - Current Draw: 25mA @ 9VDC - Dimensions in inches: 2.75(w) x 4.5(l) x 2(h) ... Distortion LTD reveals the origins of the EHX POG and how "Electro-Harmonix dropped the octave bomb on the guitar world." Selling my Micro POG since it hasn't been getting much use. Current draw; Nano and XO series #1 Echo: 185 mA: 360 Nano Looper: 90 … I want the voodoo lab one as it's small, but might have to get the Burkey one if the POG is higher than 250mA.
Originally posted by renton. Because of our tradition of supplying the highest quality tubes, we are proud that our ouput is the very best in the world for upgrade and replacement. by renton » Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:55 pm, Post You can use it to figure out how much power you need from a power supply, or (which might be just as frequent) to find out why a certain pedal won’t work from the power supply you have… Using other AC adapters, even those made by Electro-Harmonix, could cause harm to the unit, the adapter or you. Vacuum Tubes. I'm sure Electro-Harmonix will get back to me after the holidays, really wanted to order one soon though. The EHX Micro Synth is monophonic, the POG isn't. Name Email Required. The Micro POG does not use batteries. on the verge of completing my master piece of a pedal board. by renton » Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:48 pm, Post 9V Power Jack – Although the NANO POG accepts 9V Batteries, EHX supplies your NANO POG with an Electro-Harmonix 9.6DC-200 power supply. With the three knobs, you can control the mix between the dry signal, sub octave, and octave up. Current is on a supply and demand basis: if you have 5 A if current (that's 5000ma I believe), and your pedal only takes 50mA, then you won't "force" any more than the pedal wants: 50ma. I own a POG2 and it's an incredibly versatile pedal to use, especially when used with others, such as a fuzz or envelope filter. Hi, Bought an 'Electro-Harmonix POG' which uses an 18V DC 500mA power supply. EH pedals are picky about that sort of thing. The NANO POG draws 25mA at 9VDC with a … - WARRANTY INFORMATION - Comments Required. Separate level controls for dry, sub octave and octave up plus an extra Dry out and silent footswitching provide the perfect formula for this compact jewel. The FREEZE is a new addition to Bill’s tone-shaping palette and he had this to say to EHX founder, Mike Matthews, and daughter, Suzi Matthews: Current Stock: Quantity: Decrease Quantity: Increase Quantity: Add to Wish List. by the_blue_bomber » Mon Dec 24, 2007 8:31 pm, Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 49 guests. Rating Required. Use … Asking $150 OBO for a local cash deal, but I will ship with insurance at the buyer's expense. It includes an input, a wet output (effect out), and a dry output, along with a 9V connection, no battery clip. Now I asked 'Voodoo Lab' about powering this with the 'Pedal Power 2 Plus' and they said it won't power it as it uses too much current. The pog 2 certainly seems amazing but probably overkill for what I need and very $$$ One thing from the demos I like is the ability for the pog and sub n up to increase the level of the octave up and down - it appears the pitchfork only blends wet and dry but not the level of effect? EHX Micro POG. The POG2 will take you even higher. the micro-pog needs more power than a PP2 will provide; it has to be by itself in outs 5 or 6 of a PP2+! daisy chains are fine, as long as you're using something like a 1-spot with its over 1 amp (that's 1000 milliamps) of power, so that the power needs of all … The Power List is basically a collection of current draw figures for lots of guitar effects pedals. Plug the output of the supplied AC adapter into the 9V power jack located at the top of the NANO POG. It has some normal cosmetic wear, but still functions like new. You could also try it and see if it works for you. by Damn-Deal-Done » Mon Dec 24, 2007 7:28 pm, Post This recent photo shows Bill at the Village Vanguard in New York City with his Electro-Harmonix FREEZE Sound Retainer and Micro POG, Polyphonic Octave Generator. Can;t really try it yet, I'm needing the information to figure out the requirements to all my pedals so I buy the right power supply. You can't do anything bad by under-powering your pedals, especially not current-wise (the mA stuff is current). Back in 2005, Electro-Harmonix unveiled the original POG, a polyphonic octave generator that enabled guitarists to conjure everything from the surreal jangle of an 18-string guitar, to rich, thick walls of symphonic sound. WARNING: Use only the 9.6VDC/200mA AC adapter the Micro POG comes supplied with. If you just want the basic octave up or down, the Micro POG is great, but the POG2 adds a lot of additional functionality. El micro pog viene a ser el hermano pequeño de los octavadores que posee electro harmonix, me decidí por su tamaño mas reducido y también su precio un poco más asequible. The power supply for the POG is rated at 18 volts, at 500mA. For example, the Holy Grail reverb pedal has a power supply rated at 9v, 500mA and you can't use just any 9v power supply with it. He de decir que estoy bastante contento con el, ya que aunque no tiene todas las prestaciones del octavador pog2, lo … Electro-Harmonix owns 100% of the largest remaining vacuum factory in the world.