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VOLTAGE SELECTOR do I have to unscrew the back and change the voltage selector if im using 120 voltage

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Not if it wasn't manufactured for an area of use that is running something other than 120 volts. If it wasn't imported then plug it in and go.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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There's no mention of either NTSC or PAL in any spec sheet.

This link leads to Onkyo and the rear view of the amp lacks the voltage selector.

http://www.onkyousa.com/model.cfm?m=TX-SR573&class=Receiver&p=s

The manual for the similar model SR575 says the North American model does not have the voltage selector. Too bad. Under the general specs for the variants of this family of receivers they list the following power specs. I have no idea where you have to go to buy one from the "Others" group.

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You could do what I did over 30 years ago. Join the Army, go overseas and buy one in the PX. Every HiFi product we bought in the PX in the 70's had the dual voltage feature.

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