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I have a Labtec 2408 speaker which I picked up second hand. There was no transformer with it. I know it is 15 volts DC but there's no indication of the wattage needed. Also, I would like to use this on my MacG4 with a set of Harmon/Kardon speakers. Suggestions??

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A [13.5V 6Amps AC] transformer is sufficient to drive its internal circuits. OK.

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