Question about HP (5064-6604) ( 5064-6604 ) 300-Watt Power Supply
Possibly, but I think it would be easier to go to radio shack or some similar shop and buy a 110->220V converter. Check the load it can handle; you might need more than one.
Also check the powersupplies on your appliances to see if they have a swithchable powersupply. Manby PCs have these, because it's cheaper to make one kind of switchable supply than two kinds of non-switchables.
There might be a sticker over the switch to prevent "stupid users" to try the switch to se what it does. If there is one, it should be marked 110/220.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
On your Sony TV; you didn't specify in which country you purchased the set. There is a good chance that it will not be usable in the US unless it was built to accommodate both the PAL and NTSC signals which are not compatible. If purchased some time ago in France or several other countries using SECAM, this system isn't compatible with either of the above; hey, we are FRENCH we don't need no stinking compatibility! If it is digitally compatible it may work with only the step-up transformer cramsvik wrote of and I am not up to speed on any incompatibilities between the US and European standards.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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