The true tone is different, if I remember correctly…just make sure your total watts doesn’t exceed the maximum rating of the power supply—don’t get too balled up on the rating per connection. Disclaimer - there are some videos on their site that detail the information—don’t go by me. I have a CS7 and have used it for 3+ years 500-ish gigs…wonderbar.
You can’t pull more amps out of all the plugs than the total amps for the device. Add them up and don’t exceed the device limit.
The limits per socket listed are conservative, and there is some (unstated) limit per plug. So you can pull 800+mA from a socket but maybe not 1200mA. It’s not clear how much is too much and if that’s an immediate issue or a durability/risk issue. Still need to observe #1
The CS7 should do those 2 pedals easy. As mentioned earlier, as long as you don’t exceed the max rating you should be good with ny of the 9v outlets. I run mine with a CS12 but I have a Line6 HX Stomp and BOSS EQ powered on the board as well. All run sweetly.
I first tried the TruTone 1Spot. It supplied the proper amount of power but I got a lot of noise when the BeatBuddy and Aeros were connected to the same power source. My solution was to purchase Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 4. Each of the power plugs are isolated so it eliminated the noise. It is tiny and takes up very little space on my pedal board. It is also very reasonably priced. It solved all of my problems.
Has 2A and I have an Aeros, BB (and Zoom ms-50g but I run that on AA batteries) which totals about 800mA
Only needs to last couple of hours so thats not a problem
Has 2 1A outputs. So wondering whether anyone has experience with how noisy it might be? I run a zoom ms50g running a low gain Fender amp sim into the Aeros on batteries, and dont care if its a bit noisy but dont want loads of it
Anybody got any experience with battery powered supplies with BB n Aeros?