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How volt transformer for AOpen spekers?

My speaker are not working so i need a new transformer

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Gil Shultz

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If it is the transformer, it should be a DC output. Look where it connects, it will tell you what voltage you need. Use a volt meter to see if you are getting that from your "transformer". If so the amp in the speaker is probably blown, if not you need a new DC power supply with the correct voltage. If the replacement ma is higher that will not hurt, The information should also be on the "transformer".

Posted on May 31, 2016

Testimonial: "ok i need to know because i dont have the transformer (DC output) i have the speakers with serial number so should post so that you can know how many volts should i buy"

  • Gil Shultz May 31, 2016

    Where it connects to the speaker it should tell you. It probably say something 12V. You can take it to a Radio Shack they may have the part.

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