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Re: Power adapter for MPC
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It's always best to use a dedicated power supply for a midi pedal to avoid ground loops and all sorts of noises.
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Re: Power adapter for MPC
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It's always best to use a dedicated power supply for a midi pedal to avoid ground loops and all sorts of noises.

You don't like the noises? haha
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Re: Power adapter for MPC
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I have the right to hate noise   ;D
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I have the right to hate noise   ;D
+1  :thumb-up: , you not alone with this one.
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