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  • SGC 7V/15W Linear Power Supply



    Very low noise Linear Power Supply that is perfect for powering our microRendu, ultraRendu, or ultraDigital.

    Small Green Computer
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  • #2
    I am using this supply for my Ultra Digital and it works perfectly, very quiet, and sounds great! Highly Recommended!!

    Cheers,

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    • #3
      I just ordered one of these to power a microRendu.

      Where is the best place to locate it (i.e in relation to the microRendu, my DAC, other components and power supplies, etc.)?

      Thank you!

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      • #4
        I would put it next to the Rendu.
        I would keep it away from the DAC...any distance should be fine.
        I would keep it in a ventilated space and away from other hot gear.

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        • #5
          Sorry it took so long to post this.

          Thank you for the advice!

          The unit works perfectly.

          Keep up the great work.

          BBF

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          • #6
            Hello:

            Can you please let me know the fuse specs for the 7V/15W power supply? It is hard to see on the actual fuse itself.

            My power supply stopped working so will replace the fuse to troubleshoot.

            Is there potential of other damage if the fuse has blown? Note that none of the other devices connected to the same power conditioner have issues.

            Thanks!

            Zubair

            Originally posted by vortecjr View Post


            Very low noise Linear Power Supply that is perfect for powering our microRendu, ultraRendu, or ultraDigital.

            Small Green Computer
            | sonicTransporter | microJukebox | Linear Power Supplies | Inakustic | Accessories | Software |

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            • #7
              Its a 1 amp fuse

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              • #8
                Thanks!

                Should I be concerned about any damage to the power supply or not worry if replacing the fuse makes it power on?

                Regards,

                Zubair

                Originally posted by agillis View Post
                Its a 1 amp fuse

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