Question about Behringer Audio Players & Recorders
Yes you can, but there are 2 important considerations. One is if the adapter puts out AC or DC signal. Adapters may have the same plug on them and putting the wrong one on could permanently damage your equipment. The other thing to look for is amperage, or an A rating. You may see something like 9V DC 2A on an adapter. If you are replacing a damaged adapter, look on it before you try a new one. Most all adapters have printed on them, by the plug, what their voltage, amperage, and AC or DC output are. Try to get the closest possible match. If you are off a bit on the amperage, the equipment may still work, but may act sluggish, or not like it is powered up all of the way. You could still damage the equipment this way too, so do be careful.
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