Ok so I have recently purchased two CDJ 800Mk1s from USA. I now have them in my home back in England. But before I can power them up I need a step down. I believe the spec on them is
Power Requirements: AC 120 V 60 Hz Power Consumption: 28 W
Can you please suggest a good quality step down that will power these correctly. I am also interested to know if I can purchase a double/triple step down in one, so I dont have to buy 3 seperate ones as I also have a mixer I purchased from USA. Thanks
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Re: USA to UK CDJ800
Unless you want to spend some serious money, a multi unit step down will run you about US$300 or so. If you buy 2 or 3 individual converter's, your looking at about US$40-70 for a good quality model. Besides, it's better this way. If one of the converter shorts, only 1 unit will be affected.
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The step down adapter should work fine as long it supplies the voltage and any other ratings shown on the turntable power supply indication pannel. However the problem might already have happened. If the fuses were before the power entered the mains transformer of the unit, then if they were set to blow above the USA voltage then things could be OK. However if the the fuses were in the secondary output from the transformer then the mains will have caused possible damage to the transformer. Maybe even elsewhere.
I believe England uses a PAL system as USA / Canada uses NTSC. You'd have to set your Wii settings to compensate. Also, power outlets in England are different from outlets in North America. You'd also need a new power adapter.
You can have a fuse problem only in you plug it diectly to 240V, the UK voltage. Check that the converter is a step down transformer, 240 to 110 volts. The system should work with 110Volts. If everything is ok, then you blew the system´s powersupply with the 240Volts. that is difficult to solve.
because your not in the USA any more your most likely being redirected to that that areas version on a particular web site such as in the USA we have google.com and in England they have google.co.uk what you would need to do is run your internet connection through an internet proxy that's located in the USA and that should fix your problems. I have attached a link that can walk you through the steps of using a proxy.
if you are unsure on what voltage it is have it check by a technician if you use 220 volts check the power supply of the cpu there a switch there that indicates if it set to 220 or not it is located at the back where you connect the power cord, if the switch is not available then revert to your user manual to see what voltage it require or just to make it sure take it to an expert tech
Since you TomTom only has a 1 gb flash drive you will have to remove the map of England to put the map of France on your TomTom One Third Edition. Make sure you make a backup of your map of England or you will have to purchase a new map of England Do not use TomTom Home to do this simply make a new folder on your desktop. Connect your TomTom to the PC. Next go to "My Computer" and open the drive of your TomTom. After opening the drive of your TomTom copy your map of England and paste it into the new folder you made on your desktop. When you are ready to put the map of England back onto your TomTom just copy and paste the map of France into the new folder and copy and paste the map of England back into your TomTom.