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About converting from 110 volt to 220 volt Sonance Cinema 5150

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I was wondering if 5150 could be converted from 110 volt to 220 volt?

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David Surjono

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Yes no problem all you need is a transfromer that converts 230volts AC to 110 volts AC.

Have a look in your yellow pages to find a Transfromer company
located in your vincinity.

You will need to visit him with the wattage of your amplifier and order a step down transfromer. (The wattage is found on the small plate on the rear of the amplifier. Sometimes its written as KVA?.

Please ensure that the plug on the amplifier is changed to specially fit the 110v output of the transformer this is a must as people plug the wrong plug into the wrong socket and burn out the amplifiers.

Cheers YUBEUT.
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