Identifying Herdio Amplifier Power Supply: A Quick Guide


Understanding the power requirements of your Herdio amplifier is crucial for ensuring optimal performance. In this blog post, we will explore two simple methods to determine the power supply specifications for Herdio's two-channel amplifiers.

Method 1: Check the Power Jack Label
To identify the power supply voltage, follow these steps:

Inspect the Power Jack:
● Take a close look at the Power Jack on your Herdio amplifier.
● Locate a small numeric value written near the Power Jack, such as 12V or 24V.
This numeric value indicates the voltage required for the amplifier.

Method 2: Examine the On/Off Switch Color
Herdio's two-channel amplifiers can also be distinguished by the color of the On/Off switch:
Inspect the On/Off Switch:
● Examine the color of the On/Off switch on the amplifier.
● A red-colored switch indicates that the amplifier requires a 24V power supply.
● A blue-colored switch indicates that the amplifier operates with a 12V power supply.
The color-coding of the On/Off switch serves as a visual indicator for the power supply voltage.

Determining the power supply specifications for your Herdio amplifier is a straightforward process. By checking the label near the Power Jack or examining the color of 

the On/Off switch, you can quickly identify whether the amplifier requires a 12V or 24V power supply. This knowledge ensures that you provide the correct power input for 

optimal performance and longevity of your Herdio amplifier.