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Charging on AC

What charger can be use for ac charging.and what voltage can be use is it 110 v or 220 v.thank for your response

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Hi,
The Charging Voltage Will depend On Your Countrys Existing Supply Voltage. If Your Standard Electrical Current ( In Home ) Is 110v Then You Would Use This.
******* Please Note:- MP3 And MP4 Players, only usually charge at a low current voltage Between 5-12 Volts.
Always ensure That You Have The Correct Adapter/Charging Lead For Your Appliance****
Failure To heed This Advice, Could Lead To Shock Or Fatality.
If you are In Any Doubt, Connect The Device To a PC Or Laptop With A USB Connecting Cable. This Will also Charge The device, as well as Being Able to transfer Data.
Mike @ Compurepair.

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