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Queston re: using a mixer from NA in another country

Boss Hog

TRIBE Member
I know the answer has to be on google somewhere, but I don't even know how to phrase the question to get a satisfactory search hit.

I have a mixer that I brought with me overseas, and the AC Adaptor with it has an input of 120v 60Hz 14.2W.

The output is 12v AC - 1000mA

The voltage in this country is 220V 50Hz.

Question: Is all I need a new adaptor suiting this country's voltage (220/50) but still putting out 12v AC 1000mA?

I had the hardest time just finding a damned RCA cable yesterday, so I would greatly appreciate if someone could help me pinpoint what I need so I can write it down before I go searching. I don't want to fry my mixer, it's impossible to find anything here.

THANKS.
 
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cosmosuave

TRIBE Member
Yes you are correct... 12VAC 1000ma... If you find anything 1000ma or more it will work dont go less than a 1000ma...
 

alexd

Administrator
Staff member
What is it, an Ecler? I had an Ecler once and it had a weird adapter like 13.7 volts AC... Come to think of it, my current Rane MP22z has an adapter with a bizarre jack that is neither a telephone jack or a cat 5 type network jack although it looks similar. Mixer companies. Sheeesh.
 

Boss Hog

TRIBE Member
It's a Stanton SK Two. I guess a step down transformer is the easiest way to go, I've seen them around. The adaptor plug is kind of weird to find a replacement, looks like a 1/8 inch audio jack.

Man it's hard to find anything here, even an RCA - 1/4 inch audio cable.
 

kyfe

TRIBE Member
It's a Stanton SK Two. I guess a step down transformer is the easiest way to go, I've seen them around. The adaptor plug is kind of weird to find a replacement, looks like a 1/8 inch audio jack.

Man it's hard to find anything here, even an RCA - 1/4 inch audio cable.

I blew my sound car a few years ago prior to a gig in the UK, I would suggest you contact the manufacturer and see what they recommend. They may even be able to point you to a local shop that can assist.

voltage is a very tricky issue, mine blew while setting it up with an adaptor, no Traktor S4 came with one adaptor and international plugs so maybe Stanton offers something similar.
 
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