Voltage is 100-240, 47-63 Hz, 2A. Output 24vdc, 2.7A, max 65W. It's significantly heavier than an HP laptop power supply. I would read you the Chinese characters on it, but, well, I can't... sorry.
And there will be another day's delay in my next report. Spraying the orchard took ~7 hours in >90-degree heat in the Tyvek suit with the full face mask. Having a hard time typing because of hand cramps.
I love the fruit, but my hobby orchard is turning into a job, and that ain't right. Oh well, here's hoping I can get some sleep. Nothing like waking up multiple times with cramping legs, feet, hands, stomach muscles... even my style... but never my ears. Ooof, what a ridiculous thing to write. Oh well, I've had a tough day, so I guess I have an excuse.
Listening to the Burson now, because it has to go back early next week. My brief description would be: very nice. Not the most exciting date at the dance, but kinda grows on you. More details to come. After the previous details I promised you but haven't delivered yet.
With an input range like 100-240 Vac, that will be a Switchmode Power Supply.
It will also have PFC (Power Factor Correction) meaning, the power supply has some circuitry to reduce the amount of noise it injects into the power lines.
Sorry, we're going to need you to translate all the Chinese characters!
If the Switchmode Power Supply is purpose designed for audio use and/or the audio componenet is designed to reject noise from that Switchmode Power then they can work quite well together Without Fear!
You are correct, the "hobby" orchard sounds way too much like "work"!
I was in Washington DC last week, it was hotter than a steel mill. The scenery was better, though.