|29th May 2012, 09:10 AM||#11|
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Order the "dual Voltage" transformer from Pioneer.
You will also need the "dual Voltage selector" as well.
Your unit is a USA Marketed Consumer version of the Pioneer Receiver. You will need the Military Consumer version.
Pioneer sells their Products through the Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), and to many Military Audio/Photo Clubs overseas. All the "Military" Retail Amps and Receivers come with multi voltage selectors (ie: 115V,220V, 230V and 250V Mains select).
Just give Pioneer your Model Number and ask for a "Multi Primary Voltage Transformer".
If you are good, you can wire the transformer without the voltage selector. The easiest way is to install the selector (it is just a plastic plug with four or six wires that when positioned in its receptacle interconnects the proper transformer windings to allow the unit to operate on more than one mains voltage). The selector has a retainer that keeps it in place once the voltage selection is made.
RAF Lakenheath has an Audio Photo Club. If you can get someone stationed there to order the transformer for you it will simplify your aquisition. You may even get one of the Club Techs to photocopy the power supply schematic for the "military version" power supply and transformer interconnect.
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