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    Default Power Supply help

    Well I ordered a DN-X300 discontinued 2 channel mixer from the used section of Guitar Center, and it didn't come with a power supply. I don't know where to find one, but it looks just like a computer supply chord hook up so If I grab one do you think it will work or will it blow my mixer up? Any help appreciated
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    Usually the power supply is in the mixer( transformer) and it just the lead that u need. Yeah so that will work fine with a pc power lead.

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    ok cool just wanted to make sure before I went out and bought one. thanks man!
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    This one yeah?

    20090422131537.jpg

    If so the connector in the back of the mixer is called a RJ45. Computer networks use the same connector. However a network cable will not work for your mixer.

    You will need to order a Denon specific adaptor
    Part number is For 110V (US) AA-26 and 240V (EU and AU) AA-27

    Don't muck around with this as you may damage the mixer.
    Last edited by audiolive; 08-03-2012 at 08:28 AM.

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    only thing I found was this

    http://www.d-mprodirect.com/9587043400.html

    and without pictures and such it seems alittle sketch...
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    Just call Guitar Centre and get them to order one in for ya

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    called Guitar Center, they dont have that adapter/part at all anymore. They gave me Denon's number....let hope i can find something
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    Sounds like they are pack of lazzy kents to me. Anyway call Denon mate they'll still have them.

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    well after going through like a million numbers and every division of the denondj phone line they directed me back to that website i posted above...apparently DM is the company that owns Denon
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