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Old 27th August 2008, 08:58 AM   #1
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Default Parasound HCA 1000A - convert from 110 to 220\240 volts?

Hello, I've got a used parasound 1000a, and I need to switch it from 110 volts to 220.
From the schematics I see, that it could not be switched, but after checking the power transformer inside the amp, I figured out that it has not 2 but 4 wires going into primary winding.
So as I understans I have a chance to get it working from 220 volts?
Of course I can dissasemble the amp and check the windings, but may be someone have information on the subject that will help me.
Thanks for the help!
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