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I need a akai riff o matic U400 10.5 v power adapter, where can I find one.

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SOURCE: replacement for an akai 10.5v 300ma adapter

The voltage won't be that critical... 10 to 11 will work. Just make sure the type (AC or DC) matches AND the polarity for the DC units.
Often these can be found at thrift stores.

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SOURCE: i need a 10.5v power

Here to find one
http://azsurplus.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_14&products_id=829

Posted on Oct 28, 2010

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Replacement for an akai 10.5v 300ma adapter


The voltage won't be that critical... 10 to 11 will work. Just make sure the type (AC or DC) matches AND the polarity for the DC units.
Often these can be found at thrift stores.

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