Question about Roland BR900CD Digital Multitrack Recorder
Sounds like the adapter for the 800 isn't quite up to delivering the required current, If it is a standard barrel plug type, you should be able to get a low cost replacement from a local electronics store like Jaycar (Australia) or Radio shack (america) to name a few examples. If possible, take the failed adapter from the 900 in with you when you go to get a replacement as this will help the staff get you the right adapter.
Alternatively you could try ordering one from roland, but that would be a much more pricey venture.
Here is the support site for roland products, it will give you an idea of how to go about having your adapter repaired or replaced.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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