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Old 8th January 2009, 09:50 AM   #1
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Hi! and happy new year!
does anybony know if they can be changed from 110 to 220? just like old Levinson Accuphase Lamm
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Still confused!!
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Nelson writes the following, i.e., you have to swap the transformer.

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No, it really is a different transformer.

Voltage conversion for current production units is accomplished
by replacing the transformer.
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Nelson writes the following, i.e., you have to swap the transformer.

Well, I'm pretty much convinced that it's possible to make conversion that I did on any of those amplifiers, but it's also completely understandable that PassLabs can't promote such adventurous "surgeries" on their products. So officially it can't be done, but if you rally try hard...
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