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stevebrown00 Posted 2 years 2 months ago
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Hello all

I would like to know how feasible it is to change the power input from 220v to 110 v. I purchase the Tritons while posted over seas and will be returning to the US.

Thanks in advance.
Steve
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WayneWilmeth Posted 2 years 1 month ago
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Hey Steve,
I am sure the Moderator Dude can respond with lots more detailed and accurate info on this, but I am sure there is a way.
And it should be rather easy, not sure about cheap, but easy, ha ha.
All the best,
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Wayne
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stevebrown00 Posted 2 years 1 month ago
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Wayne

Thanks for the reply, hopefully I’ll get some details from the moderator.

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Steve
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Moderator Posted 2 years 1 month ago
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Hi Steve,

Step-up transformers are available, and it sounds like you need one that converts 110v AC (N America) to your speakers' 220v (much of the world). You might try Amazon to get one. A 600VA (watt) unit for each speaker should do it.

Other ideas - sell your 240v speakers before you move and purchase a new pair once you get back to the US, or, have your electronics converted to 110v by exchanging the electronics modules ($180 per speaker on our service exchange program).

Hope this helps.
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