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Old 8th January 2009, 12:02 PM   #1
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Default Mains voltage change for Sonic Frontiers SFS80 ?

Hello Tube addicted.

yesterday I received a Sonic Frontiers SFS80 amp and I'm very happy with the sound and design. Unfortunately I have to use a step down transformator from 240V to 110V which is buzzing a little bit.
When I cleaned the amp and removed some dust from the inside of it I recognized that the Mains transformer has two wires going to each of the two mains contacts. Is it possible to use the amp with 240V mains voltage? And has anybody the shematic for the SFS80? I would like to revise the amp and the shematic would be helpful.
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Josch
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