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I have a broken AC adaptor, which is 18v, .7A, for Acoustic Research AW-877 speakers. If I replace it with an 18v, 1A what problems may I face?

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You will not have any Problem What so ever.
18V is operating Voltage,
0.7A is Max of Current it (Power Adapter) is providing.

The Load (AR) is operating (Uses Current) between 0~0.7A (Even Less)
Therefore 1A Adapter is actually safer to use.

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Think as, your electric company supplies 100A Service,
and you have only AC is running at 10A.

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