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  • Using My Keyboards in Europe

    Hey guys,

    I've just been offered a job in Berlin, and was wondering how the power supply on my keys & gear will be affected?

    So I just use one of those converters you get from the hotels concierge when plugging in my North American power supply to the European standard, or do I have to get the power supply changed internally?

    Thanks
    I don't even care about gays really.- Daryl Flynn

  • #2
    u need to get voltage transformer



    110 to 220/240V converter

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    • #3
      depends on your synth, dave smith instruments ship with swapable AC faceplates for example.



      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_e...ity_by_country



      germany is 230volts 50hz





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      • #4
        Oasys

        Radias

        Voyager

        PC3X
        I don't even care about gays really.- Daryl Flynn

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        • #5
          Modern computer appliances are autoranging and don't need a voltage transformer. The Voyager is one of them. If you're not sure about the others, check the rear panel badge if it reads "100-250VAC" then it is autoranging.
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