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Unication amplified charger

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Nov 25, 2007
Central St Louis Cnty, MO
Mine only has one choke about in the middle size wise between your two sizes and it's located near the wall wart end only.

I'd say they are possibly sourcing the wall warts from a different vendor or did find some stray noise and specified the extra choke near the base end.
With that, I did some testing with my amplified charging base wall wart and it is very clean noise wise. I usually toss today's switching type power supplies but they have improved over the last couple years so now I test them for noise and will use them if they test clean.


Feb 1, 2004
Thanks for the responses, as it appears to be the new adapters . I would like to thank Ray and Unication for their quick responses in replacing my charger and upcoming G5 .
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