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USA to UK CDJ800

Ok so I have recently purchased two CDJ 800Mk1s from USA. I now have them in my home back in England. But before I can power them up I need a step down. I believe the spec on them is

Power Requirements: AC 120 V 60 Hz
Power Consumption: 28 W

Can you please suggest a good quality step down that will power these correctly. I am also interested to know if I can purchase a double/triple step down in one, so I dont have to buy 3 seperate ones as I also have a mixer I purchased from USA. Thanks

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The cdj800 should have a switch on the back or the bottom to switch them between 240v and 110v

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Unless you want to spend some serious money, a multi unit step down will run you about US$300 or so. If you buy 2 or 3 individual converter's, your looking at about US$40-70 for a good quality model. Besides, it's better this way. If one of the converter shorts, only 1 unit will be affected.

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