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What voltage drives the Sony PS-LX49P turntable ,for use with other equiptment

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Turntables Usually Work Out Fine With A 12v Dc Power Supply.
But You Have To Check What Is Ground And What Is The Positive Supply. check For Ground With A Multimeter To The Platter For The Negative. Other Things To Look For Is It A Ribbon Connector
Or A Dc Power Jack From The Turntable,and The Signal Leads. hope this helps

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

  • Ari Dee Dec 31, 2012

    Hi, I have 2 adaptors, one is 12V 500mA, and the second is 12V 1.7A. which one should I use?

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