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Using a USA AudioAuthority 1154A in UK - help

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bananaman_man

Guest
So, I have decided to get an Audio Authority 1154A from copperbox to solve my component connection issues.

My questions are:

1) What will I need to do to make this work in the UK (apart from the tax issues)
2) Will there be any ‘foreign connection issues’ with my Uk set-up Denon DVD, Toshiba TV, xbox 360 etc.

I am new to this, so I’d appreciate it if you could treat me as a novice!

Thanks for your help.
 

Joe Fernand

Distinguished Member
AVForums Sponsor
Hello bananaman

You'll require a UK (240v) power supply to replace the US (110v) unit the AA will ship with.

Have you considered the NEW Zektor HDS4.1 - it has a UK SRP of 199.95 which includes a UK/Euro power supply.

The spec and feature set of the Zektor is way ahead of the AA box - see http://www.zektor.com/hds41/index.html

Best regards

Joe
 
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bananaman_man

Guest
Joe,

Thanks for your speedy reply. The Zektor is the other model I am looking at, and at the moment I’m weighing up the cost vs improved performance (with UK support) aspects. If I went with a Zektor I could source it through your company?

Cheers!
 

Joe Fernand

Distinguished Member
AVForums Sponsor
Hello bananaman_man

The Zektor HDS4.1 is an excellent bit of kit - its predecessor the HDS4 was very good and the 4.1 benefits from a few extra 'features' that make it more Home Theatre friendly than the majority of kit on the market.

You'll get me in trouble if I answer the second part of your question :)

Best regards

Joe
 
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bananaman_man

Guest
Ha ha, understood.

If I decide to go with the Zektor I'll contact you off-forum.

Cheers:thumbsup:
 

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