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Rode NTK Power Supply and pins

Dear Audio Experts Fix Ya
Im Sound engineer from Sud America, My problem is about the powersupply for rode ntk , i need the schematic circuit or pdf , for repair two power supplies
thanks
Prospero Ataya (litto)
Sound Engineer

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2008

    me too

  • oscco Sep 24, 2008

    Same problem, need the schematic for the Rode NTK power supply. Got a lightening hit and Rode does not want to furnish the schematic which is indeed lame!




  • marktama May 17, 2009

    I am interested in the power supply. Please email me at akamairock@gmail.com

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I actually have a spare NTK power supply w/o mic cable or power cable that I can sell if anyone is interested.

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