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Altec Lansing computer speakers , power requirements

I have Altec Lansing multimedia computer speakers RSW0129015BK

don't know what power adapter it takes , or voltage to run them

Any input would be helpful , polarity of plug etc.

thank-you

Ed


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You have to find out what the speakers are rated at then go form there. There is usually a placard or sticker on the back that says what watts and voltage they are rated at. Then you have to find out what plug goes in. Or you just buy an OEM plug

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