This is another part in an occasional series about different types of connectors and inputs.
Mini USB is the older kind of USB interface that’s been on small devices for more than 10 years now. It carries data, power, or both. It’s almost been entirely replaced by other kinds of USB interfaces, mostly micro USB 2.0 or even 3.0 – but people still need to buy mini USB cables and power adaptors for their old, trusty devices still chugging away in everyday use: DAB radios, media players, kids learning toys, older Android tablets and plenty of others.
Thanks so much to everyone who entered our #MyVoltsMusic13 competition. We take the guesswork out of powering gear, so you can get on with making music!
A Korg Mini Kaoss Pad 2 is on its way to Andy from The Midnight Gig – here’s a link to a brilliant track, Skyline:
We’ll send everyone who shared a tune their fiver vouchers for myvolts.co.uk later today or tomorrow via email.
Thanks so everyone so far who has sent in a #MyVoltsMusic13 track – I was blown away by the responses!
I’m listening to every one, but it’s taking a while because a) are lots of them and b) they’re all so good! Please keep sending them in – you’ve got til Friday 13 Dec. We’ll give everyone who shares a link to their music a £5 voucher for the myvolts.co.uk shop PLUS a chance to win a Korg Mini Kaoss Pad 2, just in time for Christmas!
We love music, and we want to hear the fantastic sounds our PSUs help our customers create. We’ll give everyone who shares a link to their music a £5 voucher for the myvolts.co.uk shop PLUS a chance to win a Korg Mini Kaoss Pad 2, just in time for Christmas!
Send us a link to your tunes, wherever they are – YouTube, SoundCloud, Vimeo, Grooveshark – or even stick a tape in the post!
Everybody who sends us a link to their music by 13/12/13 will get a voucher for £5 off MyVolts.co.uk (limited to one per artist) AND we’ll pick one winner to get a Korg Mini Kaoss Pad 2.
We’ll post all submissions on our Shameless Plug blog.