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Hi everyone,

I can get one of these at a price I like, however it's US voltage.  How difficult would it be for me to find a UK 18v PSU then fit a output plug to fit the Rane unit.  From what I can tell the Rane units external PSU's have a little phone/network style plug to them and it's pretty unusual to say the least.  I do not want to have to use this unit with a step down transformer as they are a pain.

Any thoughts on if this is possible or not?
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Re: Rane - MPE14 - power supply conversion
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yeah Gerry its like we talked about with a RJ11 phone connector i am positive it would work with the right transformer. MJMP?
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Re: Rane - MPE14 - power supply conversion
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The thing sold  >:(

He has an MPE 28 but it looks like overkill to me for my needs.  Looks a little more time consuming to use and not sure if it would make sense buying that instead.
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Re: Rane - MPE14 - power supply conversion
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Well you make one I guess or rebuild the 110V with a new transformer. The output is 2 x 9Vac 750mA. Internally in the unit you will get 15 and -15V and 5V.
I attached the datasheet of the power supply.
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