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post #16 of 29
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The JDS Labs CMOYBB is rechargeable (well, home use-able). The can charge it or use it via using a 9-24v DC Adapter having 1.3mm x 3.5mm DC jack, and to tell you the truth? I can't find any DC adapter fitting those criteria in Australia. Thus, I'm a little bit pooed.

 


Have you checked out Element14 / Farnell yet?

 

post #17 of 29


 

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Have you checked out Element14 / Farnell yet?

 



For me, I can't find anything.

post #18 of 29

RS Online has a much larger selection of AC adapters, take a look.

 

[EDIT] I notice there are different socket used on different version of cmoyBB. You might want to confirm with JDS about what socket is used in your cmoyBB before getting the adapter.


Edited by ClieOS - 8/19/11 at 8:39pm
post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

RS Online has a much larger selection of AC adapters, take a look.

 

[EDIT] I notice there are different socket used on different version of cmoyBB. You might want to confirm with JDS about what socket is used in your cmoyBB before getting the adapter.



Sorry, I completely forgot. Here is the instruction, which give more information about the DC Adapter. I have no idea what it's saying, but I somewhat get the basic. 

 

http://www.jdslabs.com/pdf/Instructions_203.pdf

 

I hope you can help out a little more ^^"

post #20 of 29

digiZoid ZO for bassboost. You need to contact them in order to have it now since ZO v2 is coming soon.

post #21 of 29
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I hope you can help out a little more ^^"

This should fit your need. It has all the tips and it can output 12v regulated. The only problem is it doesn't come with Aussie plug type. You will need to get a plug adapter, which is fairly easy to find in big chain electronic store.
 

 

post #22 of 29

Definitely not the E5, but yes to the E11/cMoyBB.

post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post



This should fit your need. It has all the tips and it can output 12v regulated. The only problem is it doesn't come with Aussie plug type. You will need to get a plug adapter, which is fairly easy to find in big chain electronic store.
 

 



Your product that you linked was discontinued, so I found this instead!

 

I hope it's that same and THANK YOU SO MUCH! I couldn't find this in the catalog. I kept finding different products for some reason redface.gif

post #24 of 29
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Your product that you linked was discontinued, so I found this instead!

 

I hope it's that same and THANK YOU SO MUCH! I couldn't find this in the catalog. I kept finding different products for some reason redface.gif

I don't see any link.
 

 

post #25 of 29


 

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I don't see any link.
 

 



Oooh crud. Forgot :D

http://australia.rs-online.com/web/search/searchBrowseAction.html?method=getProduct&R=6158880&cm_vc=av_au#

 

 

post #26 of 29

That is unregulated. Generally speaking a regulated supply is better. But given cmoyBB can accept a wide range of DC, you should be okay if you want to use this. Alternatively, I found this. Just a little more expensive, but it is a switch mode (generally a bit more noisy than linear adapter).

 

post #27 of 29


 

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That is unregulated. Generally speaking a regulated supply is better. But given cmoyBB can accept a wide range of DC, you should be okay if you want to use this. Alternatively, I found this. Just a little more expensive, but it is a switch mode (generally a bit more noisy than linear adapter).

 


What about the jack? There's is only an outer diameter of 3.5mm (I think). Would the jack fit in the Cmoy?

 

post #28 of 29
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What about the jack? There's is only an outer diameter of 3.5mm (I think). Would the jack fit in the Cmoy?

 


Well, strictly speaking, neither adapter has 1.3x3.5. The one you listed is 1.35x3.5; the one I listed has a H plug (1.3x3.4). In theory both should fit, but I guess you need to try them to confirm.

 

post #29 of 29

If you want to use a mains adapter it is vary simple, you just need a voltage regulator some resistors and caps. Here is a link to the site i used 

 

http://diyaudioprojects.com/Technical/Voltage-Regulator/

 

good lust with the cmoybb, I recently built tangents cmoy with a few mods and it sounds great. I'm sure you will like it having the cmoy vs non-amped source.

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