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Old 08-19-2019, 11:37 AM
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Default M-Audio Fast Track C600 Polarity

Hi!

I have lost the power adapter for my M-Audio Fast Track C600 and I am looking to buy a replacement. On the back of the device it says that it expects 6 Volt 2 Ampere but it doesn't say the polarity. I couldn't find it in the manual either. Can anybody help me check it please?

The polarity can be checked by examining the original adapter. It might be written on it. If it is not, it can be checked with a multimeter. See here: https://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/lessons...ower-supplies/ It is either center-positive (plus in the middle) or center-negative (minus in the middle).

I would really appreciate if anybody could help me with this.

Kind regards
Fredrik
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