I personally use one of these http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51XjaHgSHtL.jpg
But any generic psu with the right values and plug will work.
I figured out my wd live TV hub and my external hdd also have the same plug, voltage and polarization. Just one of them is able to deliver a bit more amps but that doesn't matter because it's always a question of how much amps the device will demand and not how much the psu will push through the device (you remember ohms law?)
Funny thing to mention:
You can even run your ouya from the power of your PCs USB port. Therefor you have to make an adapter from USB to DC input. But caution: on high load this might pull more amps than your USB port might bee able to deliver.
This is possible because ouya is internally using a step down module regulating the voltage down to 5volts. So anything between 5-12 Volts should be good so long as polarization is right. But if you don't know what you are doing just stick to original DC adapter
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