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Proceed AVP & PAV line voltage change

Discussion in 'AV Pre-Amp/Processors & Power Amps' started by David Surjono, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. David Surjono

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    Hi,
    I've got an AVP and PAV that bought from US, when I tried to change the voltage from 120 to 220 , i found out that i need somekind of code to change a line voltage for both of the unit. Please help me with this matter if somebody got the code number.

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    David Surjono :lease:
     
  2. gizlaroc

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    I know someone who is wel into Proceed gear, I will send him a text and see if he knows, probably won't get an answer till tomorrow earliest though.
     
  3. David Surjono

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    Thank Sir,
    I'm really appreciate that
     
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    Got an answer but unfortunately didn't really tell me much, he said that with every bit of proceed kit he has had, that it has just been a case of changing the jumpers inside the unit for 110v or 220v.

    Where did you get them from, do they know??
     
  5. David Surjono

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    Hi,
    I just bought the unit from US, I have already change the jumper inside but they requiment some code number to change the line voltage, maybe if I bought a power amp it only need to change the jumper. But thank you very much I'm really appreciate it.

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    David Surjono
     
  6. gizlaroc

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    No problem David, sorry I could not have been any help, hope you get it sorted, and soon, would drive me nuts having new kit and not being able to play with it. :)
     
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    Hi, I use the AVP/AMP5 setup, but bought it in UK so it was already 220. Nothing in the manual either.
    Try calling Mark Dolbear on 07799 186312 or e-mail mark@highendworkshop.wanadoo.co.uk
    He was the Proceed engineer in the UK and now operates an independent repair and upgrade service called High End Workshop.
    He should be able to help ( and is helpful)
    Regards
    Peter
     

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