Question about Casio Music
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Re 9V DC adapter for Casio Music (keyboard?):
850mA (milliamps) is the minimum rated current-capacity of the AC>DC converter (or adapter). If you cant get hold of the exact Casio accessory, you can buy any adapter with a rating of minimum 0.85A or overated slightly to 1000mA (1A). Just make sure polarity is correct (center negative), and that female DC plug fits the socket pin on your Casio device (pinscan vary in diameter/thickness. Retail adapters often have multi-voltage selectors (switch to 9V), and polarity changer connectors.
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