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I am thinking of buying a yamaha dd-65 portable digital drum from America. But I live in Sydney, Australia so am assuming I can't use it here (because of the different voltages)? If I were to buy the Australian version of the adaptor it uses, would it work perfectly or will there still be voltage problems?

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If you use the right adapter for the voltages it will work fine. The other option is to use a transformer that steps the power down to 110 to 120 and use the supplied adapter. The unit takes very little power.

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