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So, I am looking to find out whether the Apogee MMP can handle a 14 volt input.  That way, I could use one battery to power the MMP & Ad1000.  I know the AD1000 really wants a 12 volt, but was recommended to purchase a 14 volt, as once the AD1k gets to about 11.3volts, it basically "browns out," and is DOA.  I was told with a 14 volter, the ad1k can run till the battery is dead.

It's cool if I have to use a standard 9 volt for the MMP, but was wondering if it could handle the 14 volt input.

Also, I have been running my Tascam HD-P2 at 9 volts (using the same battery as the MMP), with success.  I know it prefers the 12 volt power.  Can it run at 14 volts, sharing the AD1k battery?

I just don't have the background with electricity that I need to, and don't want to fry anything.

Thanks for any advice...if you reply to the post, please CC a copy to my email (durhambrian@hotmail.com) or PM me, so I make sure and catch you response.

Much appreciated,m
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OK,

So, I am looking to find out whether the Apogee MMP can handle a 14 volt input.  That way, I could use one battery to power the MMP & Ad1000.  I know the AD1000 really wants a 12 volt, but was recommended to purchase a 14 volt, as once the AD1k gets to about 11.3volts, it basically "browns out," and is DOA.  I was told with a 14 volter, the ad1k can run till the battery is dead.

It's cool if I have to use a standard 9 volt for the MMP, but was wondering if it could handle the 14 volt input.

Also, I have been running my Tascam HD-P2 at 9 volts (using the same battery as the MMP), with success.  I know it prefers the 12 volt power.  Can it run at 14 volts, sharing the AD1k battery?

I just don't have the background with electricity that I need to, and don't want to fry anything.

Thanks for any advice...if you reply to the post, please CC a copy to my email (durhambrian@hotmail.com) or PM me, so I make sure and catch you response.

Much appreciated,m
-Bry


Mini-MP can handle 6-14vDC:  http://www.apogeedigital.com/pdf/minimp_ds.pdf
HD-P2 can handle 12vDC: http://www.tascam.com/details;9,11,52,19.html
As you say, AD1k wants 14vDC...

I would run 14vDC all the way thru.  Each can handle it, any excess voltage will be put off as heat... 

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