#1
I need some knowledgable advice here, please only talk if you know what you're talking about.

My friend lent me a portable dvd player of which she can't find the plug for, and it calls for a 13.5 volt DC adaptor/1.2 Amps.

Now, I have two adaptors I wanna try with it.

One is only 9v but 1.2 A. The other is 13.5 V but only 1 A .

Which would be less likely to blow something up?
#2
Go with the 13.5 V. It's better for it to have less amps than volts (or so I've heard)
It probably won't even run on 9V if it requires 13.5v.
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#3
Definately not the 9v, that is a recipe for fire or damage to the dvd player. The requirements for the dvd player could be googled, and it may say something like 13.5 V and no more than 1.2 amps (I have seen that on something...somewhere). But either way I wouldn't do it until you research the actual product specs.
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#4
never ever plug with different voltage since i have broke one of my mp3 players like that before.
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#5
Alright so we've established not to use the 9v.

What could possibly go wrong with the DVD, which calls for 1.2, being used with a 1A?
#6
I thought elctronics could handle more power, but with less they fry?
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