Roland PG-10 PSU

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Roland PG-10 PSU

Post by jakethebusker » Sat Dec 11, 2021 1:41 am

Hi all. I have recently imported a PG-10 to run my Roland D110 synth. I have read that it needs a PSA series adapter and I see it's a 9v. Does any one know if the modern 9v PSA series (the ones that run my guitar pedals) will be suitable to use with the PG-10?

I only ask because I expected the Roland A800 to run off one of those and when I checked the instructions it turned out it needed my amp PSU instead. However, the instructions for the PG-10 are pretty awful, not D110 awful but bad nonetheless.

Many thanks.

EDIT:-Sorted now. I tried the adapter I had to hand and it powered the unit on. I have a delivery of midi cables coming and will be using it very soon.

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