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Re: [vox-tech] power supply
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Re: [vox-tech] power supply

Yes, there are many different types of splitters for power.  Visit your
nearest Radio Shack or Fry's.  You better make sure there's enough juice
coming out of your PS to run everything though.  (Add the wattages)


On Thu, 21 Sep 2000, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> dear all,
> i just installed a new CDRW, and would like to put in a jaz drive.  the
> trouble is that i ran out of power supply cables (the internal kind,
> attached to the system's power supply).
> is there a "y-splitter" for these things?
> or do i really need to buy a new powersupply if i want to add any more
> devices to my machine?
> pete
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