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That power supply should work as long as the center pin is the + and the outer sleeve is the - in the 2.1mm plug.
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Originally Posted by markale View Post

Hi,

i just ordered the Aune MKII and reading the forum. It seems AC adapter 15v 1A aren't so easy to find in my country. Is it ok to use a 15V adapter with 4A or 6A?
Newbie question probably but i am affraid to burn "my precious".

Thanks for your help.


Sennheiser HD600, Musical Fidelity V-Can, Cowon J3.

Yes. You can always use power supplies with extra amperage. It is the same idea as using a 100w amp with speakers that have a max rating of 70w. The overhead is there to keep things clean and avoid voltage drops due to the component maxing out the amperage that the power supply can provide.

You probably fine with any power supply up to 18v with the AUNE (it might actually improve it a little bit). There is some discussion about that in the following long detailed thread - I think the MKII gets talked about later on in the thread:
http://rockgrotto.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=b&action=display&thread=6608
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