Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have just received a pair of Denon DN-s3000 and plugged them in. They were from america and i plugged them in in the UK. The lights came on for seconds and everything died. I have bought an adaptor now however when i plug them in there is no power or anything. Do you know if they have a cut out switch or anything
Sorry to say but you may have destroyed the units. USA uses 110volt. Uk is 240volts. There may be circuit protectors, pico fuses, internal fuses, and transformer fuses that have failed. replacing them first is the first approach to getting them going again. An adapter plug is not what you need. You require a step-down transformer to reduce the voltage supplies to 110volts. Check on the units also. There may be a voltage selector switch that you can select the right voltage for the UK. Be careful with how you go. Mains voltage kills. If you are not sure then please go to a tech and have them check the decks over for you. Good luck
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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