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    AC Power supply for 150W Opus

    just want to double check this before i go through with the purchase..

    Input: 120V AC
    Output: 12V~15V DC
    10-12.5A

    That should run it without any problems correct?
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    ^^ that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [iG]
    Output: 12V~15V DC
    10-12.5A
    Those specs look okay.

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    why ?

    sorry if i am missing something, but why do you need that ? is it to run the pc in the house ? or in the car ?

    if it was to run it in the house, wouldnt it be easier to leave the opus in the car, unplug it and then plug in the carputer with a normal ac /dc atx power supply, would save a lot of money as well

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    Personally this solution is nice to me because I hate to have to open up the case and unplug all of those wires. I know it's not many, but I rather not have to do it at all. And before I get 802.11b going, I'll be transporting it back and forth often.

    IG how much are you seeing this for? When I googled it, I could only find $80 and up versions. Its not worth paying that much, esp after paying $190 for the opus.

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    An AT power supply out of an old computer will work too, you should be able to find one a very low cost or even free in the trash.

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