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Old 1st June 2006, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default Using Step Up /Down Voltage Converter?

I have been looking at some equipment lately made in china.Alot of the equipment is only set up for 220-240v.

Is there a downside to using a step up/down converter.I see many for sell on ebay 100 -5000 watt.

I would think a benefit would be more line filtration.

But never the less china has some extremely good deals on equipment i would like to try out.

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A Transformer to step down voltage should be fine.
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