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alfehdy

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hello ,,

i want to buy a home theater system
which operate at 120V 60HZ consumes 165W
am from middle east the power here is 220-240V 50HZ
so can i get a safe device that transfer voltage and frequency which has an input of 240V/50HZ and output of 120V/60HZ?

plz give me advice ..

these are the home theater specs.
HT-SS2300 | Blu-ray Disc™ Player Matching Component Home Theater System | Sony | SonyStyle USA

go to specs. title

thanks
 
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kung

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If you must have use a power amp ! these can produce a few hundred watts at low distortion.But first contact manufacture and see if they actally have to be supplied at 60hz.
hope this helps
 
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desertbootz

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Easiest way to get that running is to move to Western Saudi or an oil rig, they use 120/60, otherwise it might make an attractive door-stop :O)
 
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1johh6

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Hi I am new to the forum but have worked in transformer design for about 10 yrs, Most AV electrical equipment in universal (ie it runs off a Swtichmode PSU 90-230v ac). But if not a standard 230V to 120V transformer will do the job 50/60 Hz will make little or no difference to the TX. It could also be Auto transformer making it much smaller.

Item's to do this can be found in many places including E**y

Regards

John
 
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