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Powers supply speakers got seperated from power suppy during move. Need the volttage going into speakers

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Re: powers supply

12 v 500 ma. Let me know if you need one but you can probably get something at your local Radio Shack.

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I guess, 12V, 1.25A will work too.

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

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1. Make sure all wall and power outlet switches are on and that all switches for your speaker system are on. Cycle the power switch.(switch is located on the back of the subwoofer) Check power LED on left and right speakers. Is the LED on? If not, power is not getting to your speaker system. Make sure the power cord is plugged into an electrical outlet. 2. Ensure that the speaker input jack is pushed all the way into the appropriate jack. Check all the connections and secure them. 3. Check the connection to the soundcard. Make sure it is connected to the proper jack. This varies from each soundcard manufacturer. (Please refer to your soundcard manual.) 4. Your volume settings are too low or muted. Increase your volume by pressing the + key located on top of the right satellite. You can also check your volume through the volume control located in the taskbar. To mute and unmute the speakers, press the + and - controls at the same time.

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What type of power supply is required for this speaker system? If available, how much can I expect to spend for the power supply? I have the speakers but no power supply.

Check the power-connector on the speaker for the rating:
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These speakers are defective after moving them.

So the power supply is internal then? If so that's the culprit, see if there is a fuse or a mini berakes you can change, if the wires ar ok and not broken the power module is to blame it will need replacing

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Q1: Do you have the original power supply and it is broken? Or did it disappear somehow?

If it disappeared, then you are not in luck. Even the parts web page of doesn't have it in stock.

You can contact the company: Harman Multimedia
8500 Balboa Boulevard, Northridge, CA 91329 USA

If it is broken, it is possibly under warranty. Contact them at the same phone/address.

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