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Thread: Suitable power supply for Bushmaster/Caiman/Capella.........Or not?

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    Default Suitable power supply for Bushmaster/Caiman/Capella.........Or not?

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    Feasible for the Beresford range or avoid like the plague?
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    I think a few people use these. There is another thread somewhere about Chinese power supplies.
    Taking a break from HiFi fora.

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    Taking a break from HiFi fora.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post
    Thanks Kevin, so it might be worthwhile buying one. I wonder what the total cost would be with import duties,ect?
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    I know Gary and Brian tried one of those....it seemed pretty good.

    If you can I would consider battery power-getting off the grid makes a big improvement. Stan also offers a battery chip for the BM that ups the game further.

    Quite a few threads on battery solutions on here.

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    This is the double one in case you have 2 devices at differing voltages.. I'm using one at moment. Its the second time Ive bought this kind of thing and not paid any charges so far

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    VERY good power supply.
    In my case, it fed a Mini-1 T-Amp I was using as a poweramp.

    Sounded great, really improved things and measured well with the multi-meter, so no concern over bad voltage regulation.
    Have Hifi n stuff.

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    So for less than 40 this seems to be a good purchase. I'm waiting for my Anker gen 2 20000mAh battery to arrive, then i may well consider buying one of these PSU's.
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