Question about Bose Acoustimass 15 System
I purchased a BOSE system in Asia and later realised that it is not dual voltage. Is there a voltage selector in the module that I could switch to 120V?
Probably not, but you can install a step-down transformer if there's room inside the unit. Since these speakers don't use much current, a small transformer will work. It doesn't have to be a 220-to-110 transformer either - any transformer designed to cut the voltage in half is fine. A 24 volt-to-12 volt transformer will also work.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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