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    Default Original 110V North American CD32 Power Supply

    I'm looking to buy an original 110V North American Amiga CD32 power supply.

    Please message your offers. Thank you.

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    Uhm, does that even exist, thought it was nevwe released outside Europe?

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    I sell custom made power supplies for CD32, made from new materials, they work great, I use one in mine. Works for all voltages, US included. Let me know if you're interested in one!
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    Hi amigo-mexicano,

    Do you have any pictures and more information like specs of the power supply?


    Thanks.

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    screemo,

    CD32, officially released in Canada for a very short time.
    Huge NTSC CD32 stock was gradually sold off through eBay from Philippines, I believe in the late 2000s, from what I remember. This is the stock that was originally scheduled for the N. American market in 1994, however Philippines held it supposedly due to Commodore not paying the bills / going bankrupt.

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    Sure, pics here, the specs are 5V 2a, 12V 2a, plenty of power to connect stuff to your CD32. They work great.
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    Let me know if you want one, we can discuss price over PM, shipping to your country should be something around $15 USD.

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    Hi amigo-mexicano,

    Do you have any pictures and more information like specs of the power supply?

    Thanks.
    Last edited by amigo-mexicano; 15th August 2018 at 17:12. Reason: Typo
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    Thanks amigo-mexicano,

    Sending a PM shortly.

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