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user67fd
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Streambar - Power cord length?

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Tivoburkee
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Re: Streambar - Power cord length?

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Streambar uses a two piece ac adapter like laptops, its like 70 inches from the streambar to power brick, which is 4 inches long, and there's another 70 inches power cord the detaches from the power brick that plugs into wall outlet. 

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Tivoburkee
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Re: Streambar - Power cord length?

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Streambar uses a two piece ac adapter like laptops, its like 70 inches from the streambar to power brick, which is 4 inches long, and there's another 70 inches power cord the detaches from the power brick that plugs into wall outlet. 

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MilesT
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Re: Streambar - Power cord length?

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Cable lengths may vary in other countries.  I think UK is a bit shorter, maybe 30-40 inches for the power cord end.

The "brick" has a standard socket so can swap out cable for shorter or longer.

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Tivoburkee
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Re: Streambar - Power cord length?

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The US power brick doesn't have what I call standard socket, it has the figure eight socket the most roku tv's use here. 

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MilesT
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Re: Streambar - Power cord length?

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Figure 8 is a standard and easy to buy cables for, as is the 3 connector "Mickey mouse ears" and the chopped corner rectangle which are also common for power bricks (there are a few propetiery kinds too, e.g. many Dell laptops 3 inline).

 Wikipedia has articles with the "proper" names for these connectors, all to IEC standards.

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