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I have lost the power supply to my speakers, the only info i have is it's 12v AC/DC I need to know what is the amp and polarity is, to find a replacement.

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You need to know what the wattage of the speakers are, polarity is generally standard. There is a small formula too work out what the current rating is. This you can find on the internet. Just search for Voltage , watts to amp converter.
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