Does anyone know if the power suppy for the T1 is available in the UK and if so where can I get one from.
The T1 power supply is available in the UK and has a RRP of £28. You can get these via Sound Control stores (see www.soundcontrol.co.uk for locations) or Turnkey in London, see www.turnkey.co.uk
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the T1s use. Best wishes, Andy
Thanks for the reply
My reason for asking was because I have recently bought an L1 model II with the tonematch and i play in a duo. We both use a couple of different guitars which at the moment we are both going through the L1 through the Tonematch which works fine but we are having to swap guitars mid set and change the settings on the Tonematch which is a pain. So I was thinking that maybe we could invest in a second tonematch with the power supply and use one each to save swapping around. I know this works using a normal mixer into the analog input but will we get the benefit of the Tonematch doing this?
I'm guessing that I would have to phone to order the power supply because neither Sound Control or Turnkey have them as an option on their website.
The T1 power supply bought in the United States directly from Bose comes with 2 plugs. One for US power connections and one for somewhere else.
Maybe you could buy one direct from Bose US.
I can attach a picture later.
T1 power supply - common part
T1 power supply - U.S. plug
T1 power supply - 230VAC Europe plug
Thanks for that jim but I don't have a problem buying the UK power supply because the ones that you have are a european one and a US one ( the UK plug is different) my main concern was whether or not it would be practical to run two tonematches into one system.
I've done that (run 2 T1s into one system.) Works fine.
I've done this two different styles --
1. T1-1 into model 2 using tonematch ethernet cable. T1-2 into same model 2 using 1/4" long guitar style cable. Set the analog trim on the model 2 at 50% (it has a detent at that position).
2. T1-1 into model 2 using tonematch ethernet cable. T1-2 main out into T1-1 channel 4 input using a short TRS cable. This gave me (T1-1) control of my presets plus overall volume. (channel 4 using the utility flat preset so the tone is left as controlled in T1-2.
Both work fine. I plugged one T1 into the other this past weekend because it was convenient in this venue to run a single cable from the remotes to the model 2.
Barn dance with 2 T1s into a singe model 2.
The T1 power supplies are in stock with Sound Control and Turnkey and are in stock with us at Bose Europe. As you have already identified, it will be best to make a quick call to one of the stores to order yours. If you have any problems getting hold of a unit please let me know.
Nice photos BTW Jim !
Just a little update re the Tm power supply for those of us in the UK.
The last post on here was some time ago and I ordered 2 Tm's the other day (April 8th 2008) and a nice new system II from sound control UK (link above).
The power supply is NOT a normal 3 pin UK plug. Those supplied are Useless to us here in the UK.
I certainly asked when ordering and was assured everything was checked be for shipping!
So, I could not plug in until I then bought the adaptor.(at extra cost)
Come on Bose people, please sort this little issue out.
Finally getting your new expensive toys and then not being able to plug it in is just not acceptable.
You produce it so you know who needs what power supply adaptors. Your global agents surly should.
I received my 2 Tm's hunted around the town for an adaptor only to then find one TM has a problem with channel 4/5 (the lights don't work )
I have contacted sound control UK and mentioned the mains supply issue and sent both the adaptor and the faulty Tm back, (extra cost) but have been assured that they will send me a new TM (when they receive the other one) they will also send me the correct power supply. (fingers crossed)
I have also checked and been assured again that the power supply for the System II is a standard UK three pin connection.
I am still waiting for the actual System II over a week later. Tm's arrived Monday but the rest has not.
I know shipping is not anyones zone but am miffed as to why the Tm's arrive and 4 days later still no System II!!!!!
Its one thing for you guys to produce an expensive product that us humble folk in the UK save our hard earned cash for and another to not evan be able to plug it in. I don't want to go on but this is a real pain in the bum.
As my user name states I am a working Musician. As I am not world famous my humble pay packet is all I have. I saved for a year to get this system for my 40th Birthday. Any extras no matter how little or much they may be, after spending over £2000.00 (yup $4000.00 U.S) is too much.
From a man on a rock called Jersey (THATS ORIGINAL JERSEY) who has the use of only 1 ear and is just trying to keep playing and do his bit to keep MUSIC LIVE.
I lost an ear too.
Hi working Musician
When I ordered a second tonematch with a power supply it came with the UK version so hopefully you will get the right one . . . Its bad that you have had to wait so long for your System to arrive hopefully you have it now and are as happy with it as i am with mine . . . Takes a while to get over the £2000+ price tag though :-)
Hi BluesMan )
Yep I have a UK main plug now and all of it is here with me
Its a great bit of kit but your right its real pricey. I play live 3-4 times a week usually so it had to be done as I am getting on a bit but I do think that Bose should supply the a-b lead for the TM to PC. Its only about £1.00 and as you say already paying £2000.00 and not having EVERYTHING (I mean EVERYTHING) is not really cricket.
Hopefully testing it live tonight without doing updates coz I don't have lead.
Bose should consider a SOLE UK agent that offers the exact same same service as the States!
Direct no fuss.
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