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elac310 18th November 2009 08:03 PM

HAFLER 9505: 110V rewirable for 220V?
 
Living in a 220V country and willing to buy a Hafler 9505 from the US, can someone confirm whether the primary of the US version has two 110V primaries that can be connected in series for 220V?

The schematic suggests this is the case but there is sometimes a difference between theory and industrial production.

Would any owner of such an amp be kind enough to have a look inside his US version?

Many thanks!
Chris.

mlloyd1 19th November 2009 02:18 AM

i don't have such an amp, so can't answer your question directly. but i can suggest going to the hafler web site and asking the hafler company directly. i have always found them happily responsive in the past.

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mlloyd1


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