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10V 1.2A. -ve polarity on outer connector

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I have Cintre desktop speakers but no power supply. Where can I get one?

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My dc691p speakers require 9 vold dc. Will it do any harm to use a 19 volt dc

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Hello everyone! I have lost my Koss HD50 power supply and was wondering again, how many volts and how many amps? ex:6V, 500ma Thank you kindly! Erjel

Three C cell size batteries per speaker is what you use if you are on the go.

http://www.shopping.com/Koss-HD-50/the-paradox-decent-small-computer-speakers/1386310/reviews#tabAnchor

Hmmm.

EACH C cell battery produces 1.5 Volts (DC)
3 times 1.5 Volts (DC) = 4.5 Volts
Total of 9 Volts (DC)

500 MilliAmps?

Your main concern is with the Voltage.
The Amperage can vary. It can be more than needed.
Why?

Because Amperage represents Current.
How much Current is available.

(Water hose example;
Voltage is the speed, or velocity of the water coming out. Amperage is how many gallons per minute that comes out of the hose)

However, you better make sure that EACH speaker receives No more than 4.5 Volts (DC)
Since you do not have the special splitter adapter cord that comes with the power brick, you will have ensure that EACH speaker receives no more than 4.5 volts.

This is if you are trying to use a 9 Volt (DC) power supply. (AC adapter)

Please post additional questions in a Comment.
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C cells are 1.5 volts each. If the speakers use three of them that means you'll need a 4.5 volt supply. If each speaker needs batteries, you'll need to feed that voltage to each speaker, and the supply should have enough current for the total load. A 1-amp rating is probably fine.
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What voltage and polarity do the ACS-5 speakers require?

Computers always use DC voltage. Computer speakers receive DC voltage from the computer.
DC voltage has a Positive and Negative polarity.

In the power jack of the speaker, the Center pin is the Positive connection. The outer shell is the Negative connection.

Center hole of the DC adapter plug - Positive.
Outer shell of the DC adapter plug - Negative

Voltage 5 Volts DC.

In case you need it,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/dta/acs5/
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Voltage adapter

NO, it is very under rated and powered. You need an 18 volt and not a 12 VOLT. They should not be that hard to find in an electronics store. Also the amp rating is also important. Make sure you are matching both amps and volts AC or DC to the the label on the woofer or you could end up blowing the out.
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