# Is it possible to increase current?

#### electronoobz

Jan 14, 2012
226
So i have a project to be built that requires PS that has 4 Amps near 15V

I have a vonage PS 12VDC 1.5A

I can use it though i cannot use the amplifier im building that loud..

At first i thought of using transistors but i think it would violate a law (not a country law but something related in electronics)

#### GreenGiant

Feb 9, 2012
842
you would have to rebuild the rectifier in the power supply.

Your best bet would be to just get a new power supply...

Quick search on Digikey comes up with this looks to be aroud $30 #### KMoffett Jan 21, 2009 723 Assuming your "vonage" power supply is a wall wart, there is nothing you can do to increase the voltage or the current . You're right about trying to violate the laws of physics. Ken Last edited: #### CocaCola Apr 7, 2012 3,635 Quick search on Digikey comes up with this looks to be aroud$30

You can also get 15V >4A laptop bricks all over Ebay for under \$10 all day long...

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