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Old 22nd July 2020, 03:07 PM   #1
hornwannabe is offline hornwannabe  Philippines
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Hi!

I have an Acoustic Signature Wow Turntable (2013) with a broken power supply (AC-1 PSU), which I lost while moving houses.

The replacement and newer model psu, the AC10, is now more expensive than what the turntable is worth today.

The AC1 power supply connects through the turntable via an RJ45 cable.

Just got back from the Acoustic Signature help email and they suggested that:


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You can use any 24VDC power supply bought local and then you need to adapt a RJ 45 cable based on the specs provided.

Power supply should be 24V DC/ 500mA minimum.

That is the only possibility of avoiding the AC10 which would be the only available powersupply.

They also included this schematic.


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So I'm planning to buy an LPS that can do 24v, .8a like this:


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and a PoE Injector (which I can let an engineer modify the wiring to connect to the turntable)


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Will this work or is there a simpler solution?


As you can see, I am pretty much ignorant when it comes to PSUs and that's the reason why I am asking hahahahahaha.

Here's a pic of the back of the turntable for reference.


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Thanks in advance for the help

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Old 23rd July 2020, 01:54 AM   #2
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Replacement PSU for RJ45 powered Turntable
> is there a simpler solution?

Amazon.com: fosa DVR Ethernet Connector RJ45 Female Jack to 8 Pin Screw Terminal Connector Adapter Converter: Home Audio & Theater
+ and a straight-through RJ45 cable

You can get the screw-RJ45 in a male but I don't think you want that contraption hanging off your turntable. The cheapest CAT5 cable is fine here.
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Old 24th July 2020, 04:33 AM   #3
hornwannabe is offline hornwannabe  Philippines
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> is there a simpler solution?

Amazon.com: fosa DVR Ethernet Connector RJ45 Female Jack to 8 Pin Screw Terminal Connector Adapter Converter: Home Audio & Theater
+ and a straight-through RJ45 cable

You can get the screw-RJ45 in a male but I don't think you want that contraption hanging off your turntable. The cheapest CAT5 cable is fine here.
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