Pedaltrain Volto 2 Analog 9-volt Rechargeable Power Supply

Lithium-ion Rechargeable Pedalboard Power Supply with Multiple Daisy-chainable Power Cables and Universal Wall Adapter
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Pedaltrain Volto 2 Analog 9-volt Rechargeable Power Supply
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Rechargeable, Low-profile Pedal Power Supply

Pedaltrain's Volto Analog 9V 2000mA lithium-ion battery pedalboard power supply gives you the convenience of an AC power distribution system plus the noise-free operation you can only get from battery power. It's small enough that you can affix it to the underside of your pedalboard (even the ultracompact PT-MINI), plus the Volto is super easy to use. Just charge it up, hook up your pedals, and get noise-free operation from your pedalboard. And since it comes with a variety of cables, as well as a universal power supply, you can use your Pedaltrain Volto Analog 9V anywhere and in a variety of configurations.

Pedaltrain Volto Analog 9V Rechargeable Pedal Power Distribution System Features:
  • The perfect way to get the power distribution you need without the AC noise you dread
  • Rechargeable 2000mA lithium-ion battery
  • Small form factor fits under even Pedaltrain's smallest pedalboards
  • 2 power outputs and multiple daisy-chainable power cables let you power several pedals at once
  • Universal wall adapter lets you charge up your Volto just about anywhere in the world
Get the noise-free pedal power distribution you need with a Pedaltrain Volto from Sweetwater!

Tech Specs

Inputs USB Micro charging cable, International power connectors
Outputs 2 x 9V DC
Maximum Output Current 2000mA
Height 0.75"
Width 3.3"
Depth 3.75"
Manufacturer Part Number PT-VT2

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

Great Gear.

Play in a Beatles Tribute where power, clean power, is always a concern. We typically play 2 60 minute sets with a 30-45 minute sound check and a 15 minute intermission... I power the unit on prior to soundcheck, and it will last until I power down at tear down (usually 4 hours later). It powers: Boss TU3, Sans Amp Liverpool, Jekyl&Hyde, T Rex Yellow Drive, Carbon Copy, Line 6 Verbzilla, and a Radial A/B/Y. Granted that the pedals are not on a lot, most songs are clean, but this thing has been great. It's small, mounts easily, came with enough plugs for my needs, is super easy to operate, and charges pretty fast. I'm going to get one for our "Paul"s bass board too! Very nice.
Music background: Rock, Beatles
4.5/5

Works Great!

Personally, I think the concept of this power supply is the future of pedalboard power supplies. Lithium-ion battery power is a known quantity for reliability, and I've had no issues with battery life from day one. I'm actually a little surprised that this thing isn't way more popular than it currently is. I have a Pedaltrain Nano+ with an OCD, Xotic EP boost, Keeley Monterey, and a Hotone SoulPress Wah/Volume/Expression Pedal. This thing works as advertised for my needs. Once you experience the convenience of not needing a power cord, as well as the small, easy to mount design you will be hooked. The compatibility with pedal train boards is an obvious bonus. I've had a few rehearsals and a gig with it, all after an initial charge. It maintained most of its' charge for another month of practices at home.
Music background: Occasional gigging musician, longtime guitarist
4/5

Great for wireless

I use this to power 2 Line6 G30 Wireless receivers and a TC Electronics BodyRez pedal, running into Roland Street Cube EX (battery powered amp). I'm using an XLR female to a male 1/4 TS cable into one of the G30 transmitters for the microphone. Works great! I have run it for about 4-5 hours on 3 occasions, in the last month, without any issue. The 3 blue LEDs are BRIGHT aF! and give a rough indication of remaining battery life. The LEDs also blink when charging, to show about how charged it is. After using the Volto, I hook it up to a few pedals (not the G30's) and drain the battery completely, before recharging. I'm getting about 5-6 hours of run time. Fully charge the Volto before using the first time! They recommend 6 hours, mine took almost 8 hours the 1st time (before the 3rd LED stopped blinking). Subsequent recharge times have been about 4 hours. I'm deducting a point for the plastic casing. If I dropped it from waist high on a side walk, it would probably crack. The casing REALLY shows finger prints too. Also, as other reviews have mentioned, the micro USB charger jack is "tight"...be careful plugging in the charger.
Music background: Mostly solo acoustic...weddings, private parties, etc. Used to do the bar/restaurant scene.
4/5

Works as advertised

I am running five pedals off of this little unit. I am only giving it a 4 because I can't vouch for how long it lasts since I haven't had it very long. Otherwise 5.0.
4/5

So Far, So good.

I've now had the Volto 2 with a Nano Pedaltrain for a few weeks and have used it for two separate events each of 3-4 hours in duration. I recharged it between events even though it still showed 2 bars lit. On my board I have an Xotic SP compressor, MXR classic overdrive, Corona Chorus and a Ditto (that I only utilize for practice purposes). Undoubtedly my pedals do not require much power so this has worked sufficiently well. It renders my pedals noise free and it's nice to not have to plug into an AC outlet. It fits in well under the Nano. I do however concur with the previous review regarding the USB port. I found the way the plug seats in the port to be a bit wanting. I have found myself feeling that I need to be careful with it. I'm hoping my impression is wrong. Nonetheless. I am at this point finding the Volto 2 to be providing what I need sufficiently well.
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