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I am planning to hook my mp3 controller up to a separate DC supply, which can be controlled by an X-10 outlet. This way I can have the display come on and go off at designated times.

Neither the manual, nor the website identifies whether the mp3 player should be powered by a center (tip) positive, outside shield negative DC 12 volt supply, or the reverse. I suspect the former, but want to confirm, as I don't feel like replacing any surface mount components before the holidays!(I know the jumper needs to be removed for direct DC supply)

Anyone from LOR help out on this?

Greg

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Thanks Dan.

Boy that was fast!:shock:

Greg

PS I hope you have received my several emails and recent phone call, re CTB16D (as I never received/heard anything back)

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LightORama wrote:

The power supply polarity is not important it works either way.

Boy Gregg, don't you wish everything in life was that flexible? - - - Bill
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Bill Foley wrote:

LightORama wrote:
The power supply polarity is not important it works either way.

Boy Gregg, don't you wish everything in life was that flexible? - - - Bill


Amen Bill.. Truer words were never spoken!

Greg
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