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Vintage Vibe®

Rhodes 5-Pin External Power Supply

$239.99

Vintage Vibe external power supplies will allow one to utilize the active electronics of a Janus preamplifier without the use of the suitcase cabinet.

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Description

This power supply will allow you to use the Janus preamplifier found in late MKI and MKII Rhodes suitcase model pianos without the suitcase amplifier cabinet or modifying the piano. Enjoy your piano and all of its tone shaping controls anywhere you go!

The power supply is small in footprint and includes a mounting clip to hang from your piano's side handle. Left and right 1/4" output jacks are located on the front panel along with an LED power indicator and 5 pin XLR socket for interfacing with the preamplifier. The rear panel features a standard IEC inlet and fuse holder. On tour? No problem, our supply will function with input voltages from 100-240VAC.

NOTE
• Compatible with late model MKI and MKII Rhodes suitcase models equipped with Janus preamplifiers and 5 Pin XLR sockets. 
• This will not work with earlier 4 pin versions (see here for 4-Pin External Power Supplies).
• The required 5 pin cable is not included but may be purchased here
• You will need to plug the power supply into a wall outlet using the standard C13 IEC cable for your region (not included). IEC Cables for North America may be purchased here

Whats Included

  • Silkscreened / Powdercoated Enclosure
  • 5-PIN Female XLR socket
  • 1/4″ Switchcraft Left and Right Output Jacks
  • Power Indicator LED
  • C14 IEC Inlet / Fuse Holder and 1.5A Slo Blo Fuse

Instructions

  1. Connect the piano's preamplifier to the power supply utilizing a 5-Pin Suitcase Cable.
  2. Plug the power supply into a wall outlet supplying between 100-240VAC with the standard C13 IEC cable for your region.
  3. Use standard 1/4" instrument cables to connect one or both of of the outputs to amplifiers, a PA or mixing console.
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