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Old 11th September 2013, 03:06 PM   #1
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Default Help with converting Micromega T-Dac from 220V to 110V

Further to my post regarding the conversion of the T-drive CD transport I need to do the same modification to my T-dac.

I have a 220V Micromega T-dac that I would like to convert to 110V. I've opened the chassis and next to the transformer there appears what looks like a jumper. I'd appreciate if anyone could offer any advice on how to convert this to 110V. Is it just a case of removing the 220V jumber and soldering in one at the 110V points?

Below is a photo of the jumpers and transformer. The transformer has a schematic on it which suggests I would need to jumper both 110V positions. Is that correct? Any US owners of a T-dac here that could check there units to see how they are jumpered?

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Old 14th September 2013, 09:33 AM   #2
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You have to remove the 220v jumper and place two jumpers where 110v is indicated.
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Old 16th September 2013, 10:03 AM   #3
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Thanks. That's what I thought but just wanted to be sure before I blow the transformer.
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