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External Power--Sony TCD-D10 ProII--Using ACP-88 AC Adapter
« on: October 18, 2013, 05:30:48 PM »
Subject line is a mouthful.  Is there a way to use an external battery modifying the AC adapter ACP-88?  Anyone here able to make some sort of conversion so I can use an external power source, i.e. Tekkeon?
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Re: External Power--Sony TCD-D10 ProII--Using ACP-88 AC Adapter
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2013, 06:12:34 PM »
Maybe poke around in the DAT Heads archive...?

I what you describe is exactly what D10 owners used to do - just use the battery case as a giant jack for another power supply...

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Re: External Power--Sony TCD-D10 ProII--Using ACP-88 AC Adapter
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2013, 10:01:04 PM »
I'm not going to run a DAT deck anymore.  I was more interested in how someone could do it.  BTW, my two batteries are dead.  Charged in about one hr and when I put them in the deck they went dead quick.  I was listening to a Kimock show ( 2-2-02 ) and notice the source was:

AMS-ST-250 Soundfield>Lunatic V2>Mod D10 Pro MKII on stage.

Got me to thinking how did they power the deck, unless they had access to AC power.
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Re: External Power--Sony TCD-D10 ProII--Using ACP-88 AC Adapter
« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2013, 05:12:40 PM »
I'm not going to run a DAT deck anymore.  I was more interested in how someone could do it.  BTW, my two batteries are dead.  Charged in about one hr and when I put them in the deck they went dead quick.  I was listening to a Kimock show ( 2-2-02 ) and notice the source was:

AMS-ST-250 Soundfield>Lunatic V2>Mod D10 Pro MKII on stage.

Got me to thinking how did they power the deck, unless they had access to AC power.

They made a dummy DC adapter that slid into the same slot. I think the model # was DCP-80. I used that along with a EcoCharge sla.Impossible to even find info on them anymore. I have two for my d10ll. If you want one send me a pm and I'll search around for it. Packed away in attic somewhere:-)
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Re: External Power--Sony TCD-D10 ProII--Using ACP-88 AC Adapter
« Reply #4 on: April 09, 2018, 01:49:28 PM »
Im  looking for a battery pack for D10
 too
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Re: External Power--Sony TCD-D10 ProII--Using ACP-88 AC Adapter
« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2018, 02:22:16 PM »


It's been a while but I used a dummy battery to external battery. I am pretty sure I have my D10Pro (transport  is frozen) and AC adapter. I may have the AES cable, batteries, etc, but will have to scrounge around...

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