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The correct one would be 12v @ 2.5 to 3 Amp. If the set used less current than 1 amp it would be in milliamp (500ma which is half an Amp)etc.
As long as you get one that is 12v @ 2.5 to 3 amp it will be fine. You could buy one with a higher current rating like 4,5,6 or more Amp's as long as it's 12v DC. The set will only use the current that it needs to function so I higher current won't hurt. It's the voltage you have to make sure is correct. If you do buy one with a higher current rating it will probably last longer because it wont get so hot.
If you ask them nicely they just might tell you, else it's only $5 for a user manual(sorry no luck online);
this link has a picture that maybe shows a power cable going to the bottom right (as you look at it) but it's hard to be sure;
this link shows what the power lead should be like - look for a hole that matches;
Hope this helps, if not ask again :)