mc2500 and mc2000 tone remote

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maxjam
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mc2500 and mc2000 tone remote

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I have been looking but haven't a definitive source to tell me the difference between a MC2000 and MC2500 tone remote power supply. Is there a difference?

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Sean
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Re: mc2500 and mc2000 tone remote

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maxjam wrote:I have been looking but haven't a definitive source to tell me the difference between a MC2000 and MC2500 tone remote power supply. Is there a difference?

Thanks
Sean



The manuals are available the last time I looked at MOL for them. That was a couple of years ago.

The MC2000 uses a power supply part number DDN6342 which is just 12 volts.

The MC2500 uses a power supply part number DDN6339. This has +5, +12 and -12 volts.

Jim
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Re: mc2500 and mc2000 tone remote

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Thank you for the info.
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