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Steveo Posted 10 months 6 days ago
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I noticed this in the goldenear manual. It appears the triton speakers worldwide come in two variants dependant on countries power supplies. A high voltage and low voltage version.

Power Requirements/
Consumption:
Low Voltage Version - 120 V at 60Hz / 1800 Watts
High Voltage Version - 240 V at 50Hz / 1800 Watts


Just confirming something here. If there is a triton speaker in China that is going off 220v and I play the speaker in Australia off 230v I assume there would be no issues?

I realise if a speaker was from the US at 110v to Australia might be different but I assume if its the high voltage model it fine across tow high voltage countries?

This isn't a warranty question as I realise that wouldn't be covered but more a question that if you use a speaker from another different high voltage country that it would be ok. Please advise.
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Steveo wrote: Hi all

I noticed this in the goldenear manual. It appears the triton speakers worldwide come in two variants dependant on countries power supplies. A high voltage and low voltage version.

Power Requirements/
Consumption:
Low Voltage Version - 120 V at 60Hz / 1800 Watts
High Voltage Version - 240 V at 50Hz / 1800 Watts


Just confirming something here. If there is a triton speaker in China that is going off 220v and I play the speaker in Australia off 230v I assume there would be no issues?

I realise if a speaker was from the US at 110v to Australia might be different but I assume if its the high voltage model it fine across tow high voltage countries?

This isn't a warranty question as I realise that wouldn't be covered but more a question that if you use a speaker from another different high voltage country that it would be ok. Please advise.


The range of voltage the speakers' amps can accept is fine, so 220v - 240v is ok for our 240v amps.
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