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Power supply for wireless speaker

Roudy

Sep 14, 2022
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The power supply to my First Gen Axios Wireless Speaker is long lost. The manufacturer no longer makes or supports this type of connector. Does an adapter exist to convert this to a more common connector or is there an off the shelf power adapter for this?
 

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roughshawd

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Do you still have the plug? The one that fits the hole I am seeing?
 

Roudy

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I do not. I’m wondering if there’s an adapter that converts this (5 pin?) port to something more standard. There are many power cords with the right DC voltage that have many adapters, but I can’t find this one.
 

bertus

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Hello,

To find out what connections there are on the connector, you will have to open the panel.
It looks like it is fastened with hex screws.
There are probably some wires from the connector to the board.

Bertus
 

Bluejets

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Looks like a 4 pin mini din socket.
There are adaptors available that will convert say, from a laptop plug in supply but you will need to find a supply which comes close to your 15v dc and load current requirements.
As above, it would be a safe move to open the case and check what the connections internally your device requires and make certain they correspond to the new adaptop I quoted.
Below adaptor input is from a 5.5mm dc plug.

4-Pin-Mini-DIN-Male-to-5.5x2.1mm-DC-Jack-Power-Cable.jpg
 
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