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Truetone 1 Spot Pro CS7


Multi Power Supply for Effects Pedals

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  • Dimensions: (W x D x H) 140 x 86 x 50 mm
  • Weight: 592 g


  • Output 1: 18 V DC @ 100 mA (individually insulated)
  • Outputs 2-5: 9/12V DC @ 200 mA (individually insulated)
  • Outputs 6-7: 9V DC @ 500 mA (individually insulated)

Cables included:

  • 4 Pieces 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector to 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector, length: 45.7 cm
  • 3 Pieces 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector to 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector, length: 30.5 cm
  • 1 Piece reverse polarity adapter from 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector to 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector, length: 45.7 cm
  • 1 Piece reverse polarity adapter from 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector to 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector, length: 30.5 cm
  • 1 Piece adapter 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector to 2x 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector, length: 66 cm
  • 1 Piece adapter 5.5 x 2.1 mm coaxial connector to 5.5 x 2.5 mm coaxial connector
DC/AC current DC
Output current in mA 1900 mA
9 V Yes
12 V Yes
18 V Yes
Secondary voltage No
Multi-output power supply Yes
available since March 2016
Item number 383952
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Great connection options but has a few issues
darkog 07.03.2020
I was looking for a PSU for my palmer pedalbay 40 pedalboard. The pedalboard has space underneath where the supply can be mounted.

- no noise issues
- a lot of connection options for different pedals with different requirements
- Looks really robust and well made

- power outlet and DC connector layout is bad (see issues mounting it below)
- It is too wide and takes too much space when using the straight DC cables

My pedalboard has reinforcement metal bars below which are around 1cm high. When mounting it the power outlet is not blocked, but the DC connectors are, since they are laid out on the upper side of the PSU in this orientation. flipping the PSU causes the power outlet to be blocked by the reinforcement bars instead...
Another issue is that the DC connectors come with a straight and an angled connector. when using the straight connector in the PSU it takes too much space and again cannot be mounted under my pedalboard.

I think this is a great supply if you use it on top of your board or if your pedalboard has a flat bottom,


The best Power Supply unit I’ve ever used
Sound of the Suburbs 07.09.2020
All of the cheaper pedal power supplies I’ve tried so far have noise issues. This one is pro level, totally quiet. Well worth buying this. Don’t go cheap on your power supplies. I’ve had 2 cheaper units which both gave me ground loop noise. It’s got enough outputs for my pedalboard. I’m very impressed with it. The only thing I would have liked were longer cables. The cables are very short so you may want to think about buying longer cables if you have a bigger pedalboard or want to tie your cables in a tidy way. I use a pedal train Jr which I also bought from Thomann and in order for some of the cables to reach properly you would need to mount the supply right in the centre of the pedalboard and the cables will just about reach, if taking a direct straight line. I want to have my cables tidy so will need to purchase a set of longer cables in order to do this. This is not a problem and not any fault of the manufacturer. Truetone were good enough to supply mounting brackets for the unit which I feel every power supply manufacturer should do this. I advise anyone who wants to have a noise free trouble free pedalboard to get this. Don’t go cheap on your power supply get the best out there right now, get the Truetone CS7 and get it from Thomann. They will look after you as they have always done for me.


Very good sound wise. Format issues.
Emmanuel1323 15.06.2021
Tested on a Vox AC10 with a US Tele at lower and rehearsal volume.

Soundwise, very good.
More punch (especially at higher volume) and clarity than two other power supplies. The bass is tighter. For the slapback echoplex stuff (with echo sustain @ zero), this unit (@500 mA) gives the Belle Epoch Deluxe the punch it needs.

Some issues though:
- one is the precisely clarity... (trade-offs!). On the BED mode 1 with longer daly times, delayed notes don't "melt" as harmoniously as with another power supply. The improved clarity makes them tend to be harsher. (200 or 500 mA) . Not the case in(darker) mode 2 though...
- another one is the outputs being on the lower side of the unit whilst power chord input is on the upper side... Not ideal under a pedalboard...! One or the other will be blocked by one reinforcement bar...
- Finally, width. Can't fit within the space of two reinforcement bars of a Pedalbay 40. I haven't checked with other pedalboards.


mpalin 31.08.2021
The 1Spot Pro CS7 is the "real MVP" of my pedalboard! It works perfectly with all of my pedals. I was a little nervous if it will work with CryBaby's and Digitech Whammy, since they have their own types of connectors, but it works! I use this with Rockboard Quad 4.2 (with four pedals) and the supplied power cables are just barely enough to reach all of the four pedals. The included manual tells all you need to know. Basically everything is really well made in this product, I'm happy that I bought it.


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