3-pin Power Cables ??

  livewire 19:15 28 Aug 2005
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Hi,

My friend has dug out some ancient PC Speakers.. the problem is that the power cable is of 3-pin type? This may sound silly.. but.. what converter do we need to be able to plug the speakers into a UK socket? Is it even possible? Ive never seen speakers using a 3-pin power adapter before?

Thanks

  woodchip 19:21 28 Aug 2005

Sounds like they are mains powered

  livewire 19:23 28 Aug 2005

Yes, but how do I plug the 3-pin end into the wall? its the same type of cable that you put into the back of desktop PC's..

I'll try and find a picture as its hard to explain!

  woodchip 19:27 28 Aug 2005

Will a Kettle lead work

  livewire 19:29 28 Aug 2005

It looks like this...

click here

its a small pic, but it defines the cable I'm talking about.....

  woodchip 19:31 28 Aug 2005

Too small to see but it looks like a Kettle lead

  €dstowe 19:33 28 Aug 2005

To be safe, the best place for these would be the dustbin, I think.

  livewire 19:42 28 Aug 2005

Here is a better picture....

click here

Yes, almost like a kettle power cable. Do you know if you can get converters for this type? Because i cant plug this cable into the wall!

  Graham ® 19:44 28 Aug 2005

Is it male or female? Is this it?

click here

  woodchip 19:45 28 Aug 2005

That's all it is, a Kettle lead should make it work if they are any good

  Graham ® 19:47 28 Aug 2005

You will need a C13 click here

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