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Old 7th April 2008, 12:26 PM   #1
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Default Velodyne DD12 : change to 220V


Could somebody give me the wiring of straps on the amplifier for a DD12 in 220v setting.
This subwoofer has a class D amplifier, and the supply is directly from main power, rectified and filtered.
No transformer, a doubler for 110v, and full wave rectifier for 220v...
Like in a ATX power supply

I have one in 110v setting, and I want to modify it in 220v for french voltage. I put some photos of the straps :

The Velodyne DD12 amplifier :

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On the components side :

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The straps, near the orange caps

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This is the 110v cabling
Who could give me the 220v cabling...


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