Joyo JP06 ZGP Power Noise Blocker and Isolator
Joyo JP06 ZGP Power Noise Blocker
The JOYO ZGP is a wide-range voltage input power supply. It is well known that effect pedal hum and unwanted noise is the source of much aggravation for many guitar players. This little unit is specially designed to isolate a power supply's unwanted noise and hum making your pedals sound cleaner and giving you a clearer and more satisfying signal from the guitar to amp.
The ZGP is capable of isolating the power supplies hum and noise from a 9v adapter which effectively means that ground loops and/or most ripple noises should be a thing of the past.
- Changes the normal daisy chain power supply into a real independent daisy chain output power supply
- It filters ripple noise from the adapter
- It provides 800mA working current
- Breaks the ground loop and offers independent output
- It provides stable 9V output voltage
- Reversed Polarity Protection
The Tech Features
Model: JP06 ZGP
Input Voltage: 9v DC
Output Voltage: 9v DC
Output current: 800mA
No load current: 70mA
Input Polarity: Centre Negative
Output Voltage Accuracy: 5%
Reversed polarity protection: yes
Dimensions: 16x 16x 63 mm
Packing list: ZGP; Connecting cable
Yes!By: Brad Weiss on 31 May 2021Does everything it’s supposed to do, Great Product
By: Artist GuitarsThank you so much for the positive review. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
Solid productBy: Stratos Pavlis on 28 April 2021Noticeable reduction in noise from the pedal board. It works
By: Artist GuitarsWe really appreciate your continued support. Thank you so much for the feedback.
Joyo ZGPBy: Mike Merritt on 11 December 2020This product works just as advertised and I love it ! Completely eliminated noise from my pedal board. Thank you for a much more enjoyable playing experience.
Joyo JP06 ZGP Power Noise Blocker and IsolatorBy: David Wilson on 21 May 2020Only got this delivered yesterday after a long delay by AusPost. Have only used it once and it seems to be ok. Will know more when I use it with more pedals and different pedal settings. Giving it a 4 star only because I need to use it more before I really know what it's like.
Unbelievably goodBy: David on 17 October 2019Was experiencing very high pitched noise originating from a bit of a dodgy power supply. Instead of spending the big dollars on a noise gate I thought I'd give this a go. Plugged it straight through my normal daisy chain set up and BOOM all troublesome sound gone. Gets rid of all power interference noise on my board. Excellent product great value.
Little gemBy: John Reynoldson on 1 August 2019Completely solved the noise issue I was getting from two pedals meddling with each other. Great purchase, zero regrets!
A tiny gemBy: Alan on 8 March 2019Just bought my third one of these from AG (I have multiple pedalboards), so perhaps that entitles me to rave about this great little device a bit more. Case in point:- the other night, I was playing in a location where my looper pedal, on set-up, started emitting a constant "phhht phhht phhht" sound that was downright annoying. Apparently something in the surrounding electrics/lighting, but what? Anyway, slotted a JP06 in just before the looper, and instant resolution — interference completely gone! Can't recommend this unit enough — you can't always control the environment you're in, but the JP06 can at least help eliminate the nasties. At the price, I suggest it's worth having one in your pocket just in case you suddenly find yourself in a "noisy" venue. For me, it's a case of "Don't leave home without one"!
Does the job!By: Alan on 3 December 2018I had an annoying high-pitched sound in my set-up that was associated with a particular pedal (a Zoom AC-3). Plugged this JP06 in between the power brick and the AC-3, and ..... no more high-pitched sound! This little thing is therefore certainly worth the price of admission. So, why only four stars rather than five? Well, I'd give it five stars if you could insert it between the wall and the power brick (assuming the power brick has 9V coming in, of course), and thereby eliminate noise from any of the pedals powered by the brick. However, when I checked with AG, they said it must be placed downwind of the brick (i.e. between the brick and the pedal), which is how I have it set up. The downside to that, of course, is that, if you have noise problems with multiple pedals (perhaps unlikely, but not unknown), you'd need to buy multiple JP06's, one for each problem pedal. Still, at the price, that wouldn't break the bank anyway ........... A little gem if mains circuit noises are driving you mad!