Question about Sony (ICFCS10IPBLK) Clock Radio for iPod
Posted by Anonymous on
My answer may be too late for you; however, it's for other who would have similar questions. You cannot connect this adapter directly to a 220v outlet. The backup battery is 3v and that's only to maintain the time & preset stations.
The adapter's conversion to DC power could be 6v and that's my assumption. In India, any electrical shop technician can wind a transformer for 220v for just $5. May be, in Hong Kong or China, they do it that cheap.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
It will say on the adapter which voltages it is compatible with.
If it is not listed, be sure to get a voltage converter from an electronics store.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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