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Computer speakers kenwood 81102310 it says to use a 13.5v power supply .the only one i have is a 12v.when pluged in i get a feedback noise. whats the problem?

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Hi there.

If it is a low frequency hum(mains hum) you hear, the power supply is the wrong type. A 12 volt one will do but it must be a regulated type power supply. It will say this on the power pack itself if it is. If NOT, it will probably say nothing. Happy to answer any questions you may have, just ask away :)


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