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Voltage Transformer (moving overseas)

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by jaesun, Sep 16, 2003.

  1. jaesun

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    I plan on taking my MJ Acoustics Reference 100 with me to the US in the near future. I contacted MJ Acoustics and they wanted 90 quid to change the panel to 110v. That's a bit much and figure I could just use a voltage transformer. Since the amp is 120 W, should I get a 200W or 300W transformer? Or higher?
     
  2. nathan_silly

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    IMO considering the cost of the subwoofer- I would just sell the MJ off and buying something over in the US.

    A 100W step up transformer isn't cheap. Plus you've got shipping charge, insurance, etc.
     
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  4. Ian J

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    There is a huge range of subwoofers available in USA that have never made it over here and they are all substantially cheaper than the rip off prices charged in UK.

    I agree with Nathan, sell it over here and buy another when you get there.
     

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