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Replace 4 pin plug on Behringer V-Amp2 PSU

I have a replacement plug for the Behringer PSU (a dual AC voltage external type; 20v 200ma & 11v 800ma ). The problem being, the origional plug was pulled off & lost so i have nothing for comparison to refit the new plug. I therefore need the pin out config for the respective voltages.
Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Maybe someone has a PSU they could just meter up for me ?
Thanks.
Mark.

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  • Mark Griffiths May 29, 2008

    Thanks robotek, i did initially contact Behringer who just gave me the email address of their official UK "out of warranty " repair agent, who in turn said that they didn't have the information & then tried to sell me a new psu !
    Hope your contact is better than the official channels. Looking forward to your post.
    Thanks again,
    Mark


  • Mark Griffiths Jun 03, 2008

    Thanx robotek.
    Mark.


  • Mark Griffiths Jun 04, 2008

    Hi robotek,
    thanks, yes i have 2.
    mgriff66@hotmail.com
    gzakkg@aol.com
    thanks again,
    Mark.


  • Anonymous May 07, 2009

    Is the PDF for the pin layout available somewhere?

  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    Seems like a common problem. I would also like to get the pinout, I have a spare 4-pin DIN plug.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    I've replaced the PSU but now it cuts out when I turn it on

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I know that this is way late, but the pin out for the V-Amp 2 is simple. I just repaired mine after having bent a pin. First, the 4-pin replacement plug is VERY easy to find. It is the same plug as a simple S-Video cable. Then, looking at the pins from the front, as if you were the female plug, the order is BLUE (top left pin), WHITE (top right pin), BROWN (bottom left pin), and BLACK (bottom right pin). Rather than mess with the possibility of bending another pin, I re-soldered the colored wires to the S-Video plug pins, then inserted the plug into the V-Amp. Then, I merely used strips of common duct tape to secure the plug permanently to the female plug after removing the housing case. After several strips and layers, I returned the unit to the housing, tightened it down and it holds the new connection tight, as if it was made to be that way.

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Hi mgriff66

I have scoured the net to get the info you need, but came up empty handed. I would take the back off the unit and work out what connections are what from tracing it out to the power supply. If you are not up with electronics, then that may not be an option. I have emailed (ref 080528-000007) my Behringer contact to get the info for you. Will post it back here shortly.

regards
robotek

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Jun 03, 2008

    Just to keep you updated, got an email back with PDF of pinout for you power supply... but bugger me, they forgot to attach the PDF!!!

    So, back to waiting.


  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Jun 04, 2008

    Hi again, got the info this time. Do you have an email that I can send the pdf to for you. Cant post a PDF to here.

    regards
    robotek


  • fredd_miles Dec 13, 2010

    Hi
    please could you sendme that pdf
    i need that pin out my power supply for my v amp is broken :_(

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