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Posted by Sten on October 31, 2004 at 04:19:00:
In Reply to: Re: AU-9500 Voltage problem posted by Ken on October 31, 2004 at 02:20:41:
It seems that you have a Japan Model without Voltage Selector. In such a case the Power Transformer only work at a fix Voltage. You need a multi Voltage Transformer to solve the problem.
: My rear panel's small plate was flat and not the the picture there which seems a small box was built upon...
: : Hi Ken
: : Visit http://126.96.36.199/forums/showthread.php?t=26167 and check if your AU-9500 real panel is similar.
: : : That was the plate stated the voltage used?
: : : i had open that small cover that I saw nothing inside.... Was my amp was a handicap one?
: : : : Hi Ken
: : : : Donīt you have a Voltage Selector located at rear panel. Itīs hided under a cover where you can see Sansui Logo and Model Name of the amp. Two screws to be removed.
: : : :
: : : : : Recently I got an AU-9500 from E-Bay which suprise me that was a 110V machine (shown in the back). But in the tech spec on this web, AU-9500 should be an 110-240 auto voltage machine. My country was using 220V power, any one can help to change the input accept to 220V????
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