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I bought two CDJ 800 mk2's from the US and

I bought two CDJ 800 mk2's from the US and obviously the voltage is different over here, i plugged them in with just a plug adapter and blew both fuses, now the fuses are replaced, can i use them with a standard Step Down Converter as there is no switch to alternate between different voltages? Or do they need to go through some sort of service? Thanks

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What do you mean you changed the voltage? Why would you think this would work? What were the voltage settings originally, and what did you change them to?

If you had too much feedback or distortion, your gain was probably too high, or you had the recording volume on your PC set too high. This has NOTHING to do with voltage. The voltage setting on these units is strictly for 120V or 220V use. Meaning, it can be uses just about anywhere. If your unit is not working, it's because you probably fried the power on it. Are you in Europe, and you tried to set it down to 110/120V? If so, you surely fried it.


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Replacing the electronics may cure it but the drive motor may also be damaged and many Japanese manufacturers don't maintain parts stock very long so these may not even be available unless this model is still in production.
If you were willing to replace these, ask for the 220/50 Hz parts so you won't need a step-down transformer or have to worry about line frequency. The US has 60 Hz while most of the world uses 50 Hz line frequency.

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You can have a fuse problem only in you plug it diectly to 240V, the UK voltage. Check that the converter is a step down transformer, 240 to 110 volts. The system should work with 110Volts. If everything is ok, then you blew the system´s powersupply with the 240Volts. that is difficult to solve.

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