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I need a new power source for an xterraFS220e, is it 9 volt DC?

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


yes, your speakers will be damaged. do not connect 19 volts to a 9 volt device. go to walmart or radioshack and purchase the correct power supply.

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Transformer AC 9 Volt, battery 4x 1.5 Volt DC. On


first is no i would not recommend feeding the 9 volt dc through the actual 9 volt ac it may damage the bridge rectifier that converts the ac to dc

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6 AA Batteries generate how many amps


If this is a battery powered CD player,
we are talking mA not amps.....6 x 1.5volt batteries give you 9 volts
I would recommend something like this:-
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-AC-DC-Universal-Travel-Adapter-Input-110-220-Volt-7-Output-500mA-/251316939793?_trksid=p2054897.l4275 This will have more than enough power for the CD Player.

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How to use


Voltage testers and volt meters are two different things. A meter will provide a an indication of the exact voltage and type AC or DC. A tester on the other hand simply provides an indication of presence of power with little to no indication of how much or type.

AC power is what is provided by most power companies in the world. DC is a type of power provided by batteries and DC power supplies. If your tester or meter has provisions to check for AC and DC, you should check for BOTH. If AC power is present and you are have set your meter to test for DC power, your meter will indicate 0 volts. You can see this can be a dangerous condition. Most simple testers will not care if AC or DC power is being tested and the types that use neon lamps will usually glow differently for AC and DC power.

When setting up for testing voltage, you must test across the power source (or in "parallel") or load (such as a light bulb), as opposed to "in series" with the power source. Across would be from the + to - post of a battery, into the slots of an outlet, etc. "In series" is when the tester would be completing a circuit - such as testing across an open switch.

First, check the meter's operation by testing a known good power source by following the next steps. Set the meter for the type power to be tested. Choose AC if unsure. Next, set the meter for the highest voltage range supported. Make sure this range is higher than the expected voltage, otherwise damage to the meter may result. Connect the probes to the power source. Read the meter. If the meter moved only slightly, adjust the range of the meter to the next lower value. You can keep adjusting downward as needed to get the most precise reading possible - but do not set the range to a value less than the voltage present. A 0-300 volt scale is the lowest to measure a 240 volt outlet - switching to a 0 - 150 volt scale will damage the meter. The 0 - 150 volt scale would be fine for measuring 120 volt outlets.

If the meter did not move, change the type from AC to DC. and repeat. If it still does not work, the meter is not working correctly (if testing a know good source) or there is no power present (if the meter worked on a known good power source).

Good luck!

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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.
Regards,
joecoolvette

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Ampage for 9-volt alesis sr-16 drum machine adapter


Here is a link to a discussion about this that will help:http://www.soundonsound.com/forum/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=679914&Main=679565 A 9 volt A.C. 3.2 amp power supply should work for you. Just remember A.C. not D.C. is required.

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I need to wire an additional MAP sensor to a 5 volt power source. Where is the 5 volt power source in the Ram 1500 2003?


Unfortunately, there is no 5 volt power source...not one you could use anyway. 12v enters the computer and the circuits inside cut down the voltage where needed for your sensors. Tapping into any of those wires will alter the voltage and throw off the readings for the system which will cause problems. If you really need a five volt supply, run your own circuit from the battery and use a DC to DC step down transformer, a variable resistor/ potentiometer or just a bank of fixed resistors to drop the voltage. I would not attempt to wire that in any way to the computer harness though unless you are following directions for creating a proven (safe) modification!
What are you attempting to do????

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I get a low hum from my speakers. How can I get rid of this?


Boston Acoustics Media Theater HUM. The problem may be the power source. Find another DC power source for the 12 volt. All I had was a 14.5 volt 4.5 amps source Model PS6 power source which fit the plugin socket. Absolutely no hum now and still great sound. However, I would recommend a DC 12 volt source with at least 3 amps output.

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