Question about Labtec SS-100 Computer Speakers
I do not see a reason of wastig money on that venture as these speakers were not that hot when first made, humming noise from them was most annoying "feature"... but...
labtec ad-4 adapter was used in them, and output was 6vdc, 400ma, plug was 5.5mm x 2.1 mm with negative centre, if i recall, there was compartment in them for 4 "d" size batteries as well.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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The AC adapter operates on AC 100-240V ~50/60Hz (DC Out: 9V; DC
Current: 2.0A minimum
Your best, quickest bet is to check with a place like a Radio Shack who may have a universal adapter with the correct fittings to plug into your player.
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