Radiosophy radio power supply

Hello, I have a Radiosophy HD 101 without a power suppply. Ame easily able to replace it once I know the voltage and pinout. Can't find anything on the internet, though and their website is off the air. Any help appreciated before I open it up and take an educated guess.
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    Hello, I have a Radiosophy HD 101 without a power suppply. Ame easily able to replace it once I know the voltage and pinout. Can't find anything on the internet, though and their website is off the air. Any help appreciated before I open it up and take an educated guess.



    I have the same need for a power cord. Did you have any success with your posting which you could share?
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    Hello, I have a Radiosophy HD 101 without a power suppply. Ame easily able to replace it once I know the voltage and pinout. Can't find anything on the internet, though and their website is off the air. Any help appreciated before I open it up and take an educated guess.



    Pinout diagram on power supply shows a diagram where the flat part (key) of the plug is at the top,

    Pins #2 and #1 are the top pins
    Pins #4 and # 3 are the bottom pins and are closer together

    output 1-3 = 5vdc, 800ma
    output 2-4 = 10.5 vdc, 1200 ma

    Pins 1 and 2 are NEG
    Pins 2 and 4 are POS -- both according to the diagram and list

    Now can anyone help me with an audio problem -- can't turn the #$%^&*! thing down!
  3. Pinout diagram on power supply shows a diagram where the flat part (key) of the plug is at the top,

    Pins #2 and #1 are the top pins
    Pins #4 and # 3 are the bottom pins and are closer together

    output 1-3 = 5vdc, 800ma
    output 2-4 = 10.5 vdc, 1200 ma

    Pins 1 and 2 are NEG
    Pins 2 and 4 are POS -- both according to the diagram and list

    Now can anyone help me with an audio problem -- can't turn the #$%^&*! thing down!
  4. Anonymous said:
    Hello, I have a Radiosophy HD 101 without a power suppply. Ame easily able to replace it once I know the voltage and pinout. Can't find anything on the internet, though and their website is off the air. Any help appreciated before I open it up and take an educated guess.


    Pinout diagram on power supply shows a diagram where the flat part (key) of the plug is at the top,

    Pins #2 and #1 are the top pins
    Pins #4 and # 3 are the bottom pins and are closer together

    output 1-3 = 5vdc, 800ma
    output 2-4 = 10.5 vdc, 1200 ma

    Pins 1 and 2 are NEG
    Pins 2 and 4 are POS -- both according to the diagram and list

    Now can anyone help me with an audio problem -- can't turn the #$%^&*! thing down!
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