Power adapter for a Vestax PMC-06 Pro
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    Default Power adapter for a Vestax PMC-06 Pro

    Hi,

    I just brought out my old Vestax PMC-06 Pro mixer, and I can't find the power adapter anymore.

    I've been looking over the internet, but I can't seem to find any reliable source as to which adapter to use.

    It's a 1st generation Pro mixer. Not a Pro A or Pro VCA.

    The info I found here says I should use a 15V DC adapter, but I keep reading about the 14V AC. Also, if it's a DC adapter, I can't find the polarity.

    Does anyone know exactly what adapter I need?

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    I used a 15V with mine.
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    Thanks!

    Could you tell me the polarity? Positive or negative in the center?

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    I honestly cannot remember. That was over a decade ago.
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    I just had a quick look... possibly found the info you need... get a generic power supply with the info here:

    https://www.manualslib.com/manual/33...?page=4#manual
    shows the manual, and the manual states a model number for the power supply.

    a search on the power supply model number brings this up:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Vestax-VEST.../dp/B00HXSQ998
    shows the polarity (even though the item is obviously out of stock)

    edit... maybe not the right power supply model in amazon listing
    Last edited by djrickdawson; 12-28-2017 at 03:32 PM.

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