Power Supply?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair Modifications DIY' started by alstonblues, Jul 26, 2009.

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  1. alstonblues

    alstonblues Guest

    hey everyone its me again

    does anyone know where i can (or send me the link) where i can find the power supply (chord) for the behringer eurorack mx 802A mixer?


    I really need this chord so that i can power my mixer

    thanks guys :)
     
  2. TheJackAttack

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    email Uli.
     
  3. alstonblues

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    ummm who is that?
     
  4. Space

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    I hear that search engines are still producing valid results...worth a shot?
     
  5. djmukilteo

    djmukilteo Well-Known Member

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    you mean the power "cord" that plugs into the back of the mixer?
    If so it looks like an XLR jack to me....not a very standard or common approach to power supply connections....

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  6. alstonblues

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  7. TheJackAttack

    TheJackAttack Distinguished Member

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    It's not an XLR jack. It is a round multi pin jack.

    Of course the linked power wart is for a different device altogether and unless you know the pin and voltage and mA specs it isn't a good idea to just go mixin' the juice.

    GF:
    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Learn-More/BEHRINGER/Uli-Behringer.aspx
     
  8. djmukilteo

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    Sorry my mistake....hard to tell....looked like an XLR....so is it a 3 pin DIN?
    either way it's still a specific factory connector non-standard power supply connection and I would think the only way to replace it would be to go back to the factory and order a replacement...I was also thinking Ebay might have one....
     
  9. TheJackAttack

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    I can't remember whether it's 3 pin or 4 pin. I haven't touched Uli's gear since 2002.
     
  10. Space

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    What you require is an MXUL2 adapter for the eurothing that was purchased in America/Canada.


    Not specifically a V-Amp adapter.
     

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