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Behringer mx8000 i have a 7 pins power connector and want to know on wich pin witch voltage , i know it is 18/-18/48/12/5 but i do not know where

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Is your supply gone ? difficult. check inside, you can see what leads feed what regulators, I hope. However, hard to build a supply with all them voltages... get a new one, I suggest. Luck...

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