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Old 30th November 2004, 06:59 AM   #1
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Question Traco Power TSL480-155PX fo panasonic sa-xr10

I've recently aquired a new panasonic sa-xr10 reciever, which has basically the reference equibit board in there. I've been doing some research, mostly reading posts from brian brown on psu options. I was thinking about using sla's to power the main amp board on this reciever. I would use four 7ah sla's in series for a total of 48v powering the amp section. When I was searching around ebay I came across this industrial powersupply, Traco Power TSL480-155PX.

Traco Power TSL480-155px

This unit seems to have nice specs, and aqequate amperage at 48v. Most of all, it would cost me about the same amount of money if I bought this unit or if I bought sla's and a charger. I know that sla's will become harder to find after 2006, so my question would this powersupply work? Thanks in advance.
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