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Denon AVR-2805 Question About US and UKPower

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by mista, Oct 29, 2004.

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  1. mista

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    Hi,

    I am going to move to the states for a six month contract and am thinking of buying one of these when i'm over - if I bring this back to the UK will this still work or do I need to buy a specialist convertor

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    Mista the US runs power at 110v so you would need a Transformer to convert back to 240v, to be honest i would not think it is worth the hastle and money as it will probably not work out that much cheaper and you could potentialy have problems with the amp.
    I would find a good dealer here and try and get a better price and atleast you know if you have any problems you can take it back to them.

    John :)
     
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    Some equipment will have an internal switch to allow for running on different voltages. Denon might tell you or maybe a dealer in the US might know. If it is not possible, the cost savings would not be worth while.
     

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