Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You can use any usb adapter with a jack suiting your device (commonly mini USB) and equal or higher power than the one mentioned on the device. Voltage for usb is 5.0 volts, still check what the device says. I have never seen a usb adapter on different voltage tho.
I had to buy a spare adapter for my Qtek 9000, chose Spyke, model PST-2005U. It gives a whole 2.0A, can charge up to four standard devices (0.5A each as per usb port standard). It has also easy to notice LED, data input, so that you can access the device even when charging, and a replaceable cable on a USB plug, so that you need just one cable to charge your device and connect it to PC.
Here it is: http://www.maxtronix.biz/product/2008-4-26/2008426122753.html
It has several options, so be careful.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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