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Hello, I'm relocating to Germany and I'm wondering whether there is a simple possibility to run the Acoustimass 10 III with 220V. In the old times, I remember, there was always one and the same transformer in those units and you could change one connection to have the two primary coils in parallel or in series. There was no other difference between the Europen and North Amarican version.

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I'm running a 110v accoustimass on 220v. Just buy a stepdown transformer and you're in the clear. Please dimention the transformer with slack. For instance my accoustimass has a 250 watt consumption, so a 400 or 500w is recommended.

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It will work on 220/240V 50/60 Hz You just need the AC adaptor

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