Question about Dell A215 Computer Speakers
I received a pair of these and all I can get them to do is buzz loudly. I think it's possible I may have been given the wrong size power supply. What are the specs for this particular pair? Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are universal power adaptors available but I don't think it is worth spending the money trying to get these speakers to work unless you are sure they are not faulty and you really REALLY like them. There are much better speakers available than these, with better sound and greater volume. These speakers are rated at a very poor 1.5 Watts each.
If oyu still want to try another power supply then check the details of what power supply is required. There should be a label on the back - I believe this model requires 12Vdc at 0.5A. You can use a power supply with an output higher than 0.5A but do not use one with less than 0.5A. The power connector or jack also needs to be the correct polarity, usually the middle pin or internal connection is the positive and the outer pin or connection is the negative. I do not know what it is on this model.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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