Need help deciding on replacement power supply for speakers -- Manufacturer no longer makes original; very peculiar make

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Hello,

I have been traveling for quite some time, and upon my return cannot find the power supply for my Creative Labs Inspire S2 speakers. I have contacted the manufacturer, and they sadly no longer make this power supply. I cannot find it anywhere on the internet, and have realized that it is a very unusual V/a output combo: DC 14 Volts, 1.9 amps.

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I have searched Amazon, Best Buy, Home Depot and the like. I've been on eBay and Craigslist all over my state. Every 14V I find has an ampage that's too big or small. I've hardly found any 1.9 amp outputs, but those are usually too small. So: Should I get a power supply that is a bit different in Voltage, or a bit different in amps? So far, here are the two best candidates:

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Which does the much more educated community think is better? I only know that a much bigger voltage can be damaging, and that amps seem to be less of a concern. I also know that any warranty will be void with the new supply; the speakers are long past warranty coverage anyway.

I appreciate any help or guidance you all might be able to provide. Thank you.
 

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Okay, so the link you provided is for a 15V, 3.5A power supply. This won't damage the speaker (original was 14V)?
 

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Sorry--should have clarified. My speakers are not wireless. Just Inspire S2. 14V 1.9A.
 

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your 3rd choose might work but prefer the 14v over the 15v. cannot go lower than 1.9a(1900ma) but can go higher. connector will be a fun 1 as not all the same dimensions as some will look alright but will either be too big or too small.
 

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Okay well I have searched high and low and nobody has a 14v with 1.9a or more. And just to clarify what you mean by 3rd choice - you're recommending the 15v 3.5a that is normally for the wireless? Thanks for all your help.

There is also this: https://www.amazon.com/14-Volt-Power-Supply-Standard/dp/B00BPT3DLS/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1480968173&sr=8-5&keywords=14+volt+DC+power+supply
 
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