Question about Denon AVR-687
Hi, I'd like to use my Denon receiver (AVR 1603/683) at overseas where the power source is 220V. Can I use 200W step down voltage transformer betwwen the 220V plug and the receiver?? Is it safe to operate without damage? Any other/better solution in order to work properly?
There should be a switch that you could set to the various voltages. Normally a round switch in one of the corners on the rear panel that you can turn with a flat screwdriver
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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