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need speaker power cord

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lil ole granny, Jun 1, 2009.

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  1. lil ole granny

    lil ole granny Thread Starter

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    I was given an old computer with monitor, keyboard, mouse and speakers. But when I got it home and tried to set it up, it didn't have the power cord that goes from the main speaker to the wall outlet. I cannot find one on the net but I did locate one, I think, at the Sony site but they wanted over $30 for it. This cable has to have a little round plug with a hole in it at one end and a regular plug for the wall at the other end. The pc is a Sony PCV-RX755 and the speaker model # is KPCVA-SP3. Does anyone know where I can get a cord for the speakers or will other cords work, like ones for cell phone chargers, if I can find one that will fit into the speaker?

    Thanks, lil ole granny
     
  2. Jack Hackett

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    On the speaker unit itself does it indicate what voltage, amperage, polarity is needed?
    Armed with this information you can go and find a replacement power adapter.
    Output Voltage would probably be in the range 9v to 12v.
     
  3. lil ole granny

    lil ole granny Thread Starter

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    thanks for the info and I did find what I needed at Fry's.
     
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