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ad010685 11th December 2012 11:32 AM

Where to buy power supply AC 17V, 8VA
 
To replace standard wall wart. Put my hands over a phono stage I like and would like to push it to the next level. If branded products do not exists, I can consider DIY built. Ideally from Europe.
Thanx

madtecchy 11th December 2012 11:44 AM

Is the 17v ac or dc????

ad010685 11th December 2012 11:56 AM

Specs says literally: power supply: AC 17V 50/60Hz : 8VA
To check once more I looked at the wall wart, Its marked as output 17 VAC 200mA.
Thanxs for having responded

AndrewT 11th December 2012 11:58 AM

A 16Vac or 18Vac will probably do the job just as well.

What does the phono stage do with the AC after it arrives?

ad010685 11th December 2012 12:03 PM

Andrew no idea, its almost a sealed housing, difficult to open. Sorry

ad010685 11th December 2012 12:06 PM

Andrew here a inner picture......Group Test: 14 ???????????? Phono ????? 2.000 ???? [avmentor.gr]

AndrewT 11th December 2012 12:20 PM

that bottom pic shows the PCB and the wiring.
You need to be able to see the same. Then you can work out where the AC goes and what is done to it.

ad010685 11th December 2012 01:43 PM

Considering my weak knowledge and sealed boxed, i will give a try to open andin case succesfull will report back. Thanx so far

madtecchy 11th December 2012 01:56 PM

I The Hanss Acoustics is a company not well known in the Greek market, which disadvantages, as it turned out. The specific manufacturer specializes in analog systems and offers three phono Preamps, from whom the PA-23 is the middle. This is a device that enables signal pre-amplification heads Mobile Mobile magnet and coil, with the option to switch on the back, but without giving the possibility to use to choose values for the impedance and the input capacity. The circuit is based on a combination of discrete components (which are used in the input stage) and operational amplifiers (including the 4824 of JRC, while there are some with faded features) and uses a brave, apparently, catering to 8 capacitors of 1,000 maritime GMDSS remotely controlled stations and stabilization. The build quality is good, with minimal wiring and plugs of very good quality, in a chassis that is, also, very high quality. The power supply is done with CIP.found this online .. sorry for the translation.....

AndrewT 11th December 2012 01:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ad010685 (Post 3280334)
Considering my weak knowledge and sealed boxed, i will give a try to open andin case succesfull ............

If it's too difficult to open, then simpler to look for a 17Vac 8VA as the original.


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