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Powers supply speakers got seperated from power suppy during move. Need the volttage going into speakers

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  • Jim Valentino Jun 10, 2007

    Thanks,, I have many converters, just didn't know which one

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2008

    Is the outside of power plug + ?

  • SloLo Jun 17, 2008

    where can I purchase power cord?

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12 v 500 ma. Let me know if you need one but you can probably get something at your local Radio Shack.

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I guess, 12V, 1.25A will work too.

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

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I just brought this computer to my house from my girl friends grandmas house speakers and all worked fine now i plugged everything in the the exact speakers that were on it are plugged into it and the...

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