Just look up the power supply for an external hard drive. Glad I could helpthe stock ouya adapter is actually rated at 1.5 amp, I just looked at mine.
It may run fine at 1 amp but if the stock value is 1.5 then that's what I would recommend.
All this a moot point though, because a standard value for generic transformers available easily in local stores are 2 or 2.1 amp such as the ones available at home depot. You can buy a 1.5 amp one but they would be much harder to find than a 2 or 2.1 amp and you most likely would have to go on the internet and wait for shipping. Also most androids run on a 2 amp now so you could have a chance at using it on a future android as well if you were to buy a 2 amp model. That was the basis for my recommendation.
I do this sort of thing for a living.
Listen dude, i don't expect you to argue because the products links that I posted are just that - PRODUCT LINKS to OUYA not some power supply to a 12 dollar mothers tool.Nothing at all wrong with home depot or the power supplies that home depot sells.
Certainly not going to argue about it with some kid who thinks he knows it all.
I know this is old, but lets set the record straight for anyone that might come across it, I'm an Electronics Engineer by trade this is literally what I do for a living...PS: i would never run a 2 amp when they call for 1.5 cuz you could burn the unit out (i promise that)
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