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    Need a power adapter...

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    I recently picked up a Tascam Porta One recorder in exchange for a Floater tshirt (lol), and I'm not sure if it really works or not. But I need the power adapter for it. I don't really have the money to go and special order one, so I thought I'd give it a shot and see if anyone has one floating around that they'd part with for cheap. This way I can see if the damn thing even works, and see if i need to sink some money into repairing it. or just buy a new one on ebay. or something better.

    Or if someone wants to be generous and send me a complete 424 or something, i suppose i could settle for that, too.

    Thanks!

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    The power requirements are 11 to 15 volts, 350 mA. So, any cheap style adaptor from Radioshack should get you going for about 15 bucks.

    Cheers!

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    Here are some for under five dollars. Just make sure plug size and polarity are correct.

    http://www.allelectronics.com/matrix...nsformers.html

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    Originally posted by The Ghost of FM
    The power requirements are 11 to 15 volts, 350 mA. So, any cheap style adaptor from Radioshack should get you going for about 15 bucks.

    Cheers!
    I know. I worked at RadioShack for two years hehe. I was trying not to spend that much, especially on something i don't even know if it works or not. normally i wouldn't be so cheap, but i'm saving up for a new apartment next month lol.

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    Originally posted by Derek Verner
    Here are some for under five dollars. Just make sure plug size and polarity are correct.

    http://www.allelectronics.com/matrix...nsformers.html
    Lol that's awesome! Thanks man!

    Thanks for the spec sheet as well, Ghost.

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