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Harman Kardon SoundStick power supply and pin outs?

I have a Harman Kardon SoundStick without power supply. Looks like Harman Kardon sells the replacement power supply, but I want to know the pin outs so that I may be able to power it up with power supplies I have.

Can someone tell me the pin outs of the connector of power supply?

If you have one, please!

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There were several versions of the HK SoundSticks with different power supplies. The first ones plugged into the sound port and later went to USB. Which ones do you have?

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It says "SoundSticks", has a USB. It also says 16V, 1.5A.

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I noticed you never got an answer to this. Are you still having this problem?'

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It's still sitting in my attic, and would like to power it up.

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I think I found the answer, in two ways.

I got my hands on the actual power supply, and confirmed the pin out.

Also, the plug is Hosiden TCP8927-53, Kycon KPP-3P, as found in Wikipedia's DC_Connector.

You can find the pin out in

http://www.bematech.com/support/download...

I confirmed that the pin out in above matches with the actual power supply, so I am good to go.

I can probably get the Kycon KPPX-3P from Mouser, and a 16V power supply, which I plan to use a laptop power supply I can get cheap.

-- Tai

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+ very nice work, it would be great if you could take some photos and do a small manual on this so others can learn from your efforts.

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Top answer, thank you!

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thank you very very many times!!!

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I built a replacement power supply for a Harman Kardon SoundStick by finding a laptop supply of approximately 35W on eBay. I bought an IBM Lenovo ThinkPad 16V 2.2A Laptop AC Power Supply Charger 85G6734 for £6.99 as it seemed about right and was a fair price (though then had to additionally by a clover style power chord for another £3 so check on eBay that you're buying the whole thing or that you have a power chord that is the same style).

I cut the end off of the power supply behind the choke as this was getting in the way.

Next fit a new plug - the Maplin 3 pin power DIN plug assembly (their code: N83KT £1.49) is the one you want. It's a bit complicated to assemble (and quite amazing for less than £2) but after a few tries it fits together well. There is some soldering required so you'll need to buy or borrow an iron and solder. I hadn't done any soldering for over 20 years - if you concentrate on melting the solder onto the joint to form a bond and don't worry about doing anything else you should be fine.

The pin connections are as shown here: http://www.bematech.com/support/download.... On the Lenovo power supply the sheathed centre wire is the +ve (pin B) and the outer stranded wire the -ve (pin A).

Good luck.

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Hi, thank you for the answer. The link with pins is not working anymore. Do you have another link?

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