Hi, been trying to get to what constitutes a fully linear power supply.
I don't have many pedals to power so I'm looking at the VL Iso-5, which has it's method of operation stated as " Linear regulation and toroidal transformer for lowest possible noise"
Does that mean fully Linear, completely non-switching?
In the mountains of hype out there on the net, on various ps units, there is a lot of blurb about toroid-regulated or similar, which I take to mean switching with inductors for smoothing or something.
Anyway: VL seems to stake it's claim on pure Linear, and I just wanted someone to confirm that the Iso-5 unit is that, before purchase.
Oh, and if it isn't, which of the VL power units is the smallest/ fewest outputs-- that IS purely linear?
Thanks very much for any clarification.
General discussion and tech talk about the industry standard Pedal Power line of power supplies.
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