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DX100 Power supply? Keyboard Synthesizers
Old 11th September 2011
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DX100 Power supply?

I lost the power supply for my Dx100 in my last move...
I know a lot of people here own one as well...can anyone suggest a generic replacement that i can get quick and cheap, or should i try to hunt down an original somewhere?

Thanks!
Old 12th September 2011
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Nobody? Man...i recently rediscovered the Detroit Techno thread and wanted to fire up some FM goodness...
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Old 12th September 2011
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If it says 9V DC on the back any generic adapter will work; most synths with wall-warts are more than happy with anything that can deliver 1000mA.

Multi Voltage 1A DC Regulated Power Supply - Batteries Plus Technologies is an option - I have something like it, but I got it in a local electronics store for less than half of what they're asking.
Old 12th September 2011
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The DX-100 User Manual:

http://www.abdn.ac.uk/~mth192/dx7/manuals/dx100-man.pdf

There it specifies the AC adapter as Yamaha PA-1210

Further google-ing reveals:

12V Yamaha PA1210 replacement power supply -

12V DC, 2A, plus on tip. Conveniently there is one on ebay:

DX100 Power supply?AC Adapter Power Supply Yamaha pa1210 DVE DSA-0151A-12 | eBay

or searching ebay direct for DX-100:

DX100 Power supply?http://www.ebay.com/itm/12v-300mA-po...0#ht_500wt_957

Although the 300mA on this one seems to bit low. I am guessing based on the Yamaha Product Number (PA-1210), it means (PA) Power Adapter, 12V 1A (1210).
Old 13th September 2011
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the DX100 adapter is 12V - 2 Amphere
like the one i use below, store near my home still selling this kind of adapter and its cheap

Old 13th September 2011
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Quote:
Originally Posted by seen-da-sizer View Post
The DX-100 User Manual:

http://www.abdn.ac.uk/~mth192/dx7/manuals/dx100-man.pdf

There it specifies the AC adapter as Yamaha PA-1210

Further google-ing reveals:

12V Yamaha PA1210 replacement power supply -

12V DC, 2A, plus on tip. Conveniently there is one on ebay:

DX100 Power supply?AC Adapter Power Supply Yamaha pa1210 DVE DSA-0151A-12 | eBay

or searching ebay direct for DX-100:

DX100 Power supply?12v 300mA power ADAPTER = Yamaha DX 100 DX100 keyboard | eBay

Although the 300mA on this one seems to bit low. I am guessing based on the Yamaha Product Number (PA-1210), it means (PA) Power Adapter, 12V 1A (1210).
I got the other one 12V - 1A but the DX100 won't turn on
Old 13th September 2011
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I got the other one 12V - 1A but the DX100 won't turn on
Wow, that little DX-100 needs 2A. Thanks, the OP can go buy an AC adapter now with these specifications:

12V 2A DC with Plus on Tip
Old 13th September 2011
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You guys are the best. I really appreciate it!
Old 13th December 2016
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Quote:
Originally Posted by seen-da-sizer View Post
Wow, that little DX-100 needs 2A. Thanks, the OP can go buy an AC adapter now with these specifications:

12V 2A DC with Plus on Tip
I just got a DX100 without power supply.
I have 2 12 V Power supplies in stock. One with 1,6 A and one with 3 A - which one would be better suited?

Do you suggest to get one with 2a or would one of the above do the job?
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