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Logitech Z680 - Reviving an old system
Before I begin, please note that I'm a noob when it comes to electronics
I have a old Logitech Z680 speaker set lying with me with a amplifier that's broken.
The system is rated at 230 Volts, 1.5 Amp.
The power supply which rests inside the subwoofer enclosure separate from the amplifier mainboard is intact.
Now I was able to find a 110 Volt Amplifier unit (without the power supply).
Question is pretty straight forward - will it work ? My system is rated 230, the power supply (a separate block inside the sub enclosure) is rated at 230 Volts while the Amp specifies 110 Volts !
Do i need to have the 110 volt power supply ?
When I say power supply - i don't mean the wall supply of electricity - lets assume I have both 110-120 and 220-230 volt ranges available, I mean the power supply unit inside the equipment.
Any help in enlightening my limited knowledge would help.
I feel the main boards are not rated since they are DC.
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