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question about different voltages

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by BROKENBONES, Aug 2, 2005.


    BROKENBONES Active Member

    Jul 18, 2004
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    hi seb.i have two questions for you.
    i'mplanning an overseas trip soon and i'll be taking my beloved seb preamp with me to do some recording . i'm wondering about the voltage switch on the back.

    question one.Will I damage the unit if I have that switch set wrongly?on the wrong voltage??/
    question two.When is the stereo compresoor going to be available?
  2. Sebatron

    Sebatron Well-Known Member

    Dec 22, 2002

    If you have the unit set on 110/120 VAC and you feed 220/240 VAC into it you may damage the power supply components ...... namely smoothing capacitors....
    You may hear somethng that resembles bacon on a grill .
    If you turn it off quickly can stop severe damage taking place.
    Try and record everything you do,,... it may be useful.

    We have yet to do some final testing and structural design considerations.
    We can't afford to lose any foam or tiles.


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