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Jim Root, Mick Thompson and Alessandro "V-Man" Venturella from the nine-headed metal entity from Iowa known as Slipknot all use CIOKS DC7's to power their massive tones. Heavy-duty sounds calls for heavy-duty power!
5-year warranty Handmade and designed in Europe

The CIOKS story begins in Denmark in November 1991

About us

Power Supplies

When Poul Ciok who still runs the company today turned 18 and formally founded the company. Having been a dedicated guitar player and an electronics enthusiast for years prior to this, Poul had trouble finding a proper way to power his growing pedal collection and this set him on the course we know today.

The first CIOKS product was the Baby with 5 standard 9V outlets. Along with the introduction of digital pedals in the market the demand for more power grew so in 1995 two new CIOKS power supplies with bigger current capabilities and 7 outlets each were launched.

The Big John had 9V outlets only, where the Double Jack also had 12V option. These three products almost became the standard power supplies for effect pedals in Denmark.


Future Power Generation

The groundbreaking DC7 has a one-inch (25,4mm) profile and weighs 1.1 pound (500 grams) thanks to the pure 2-stage switch-mode technology inside. The profile may be low but the power ratings are certainly not – the DC7 puts out a maximum of 48W and allows the user to connect multiple high-current effects such as devices from Effectrode, Line 6 and Eventide without noise of any kind.

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CIOKS 8 Expander

Future Power Generation

CIOKS 8 Expander is our largest switch-mode power supply extender and it features 8 isolated outlets which each deliver 9V DC with 660mA. All eight outlets offer four selectable voltages (9V, 12V, 15V and 18V).

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