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output voltage this product is only with 110 V output voltage and american plug or both 110 V and 220 V and european plug.
the notice is only in english language ?
thanks
asked by C. Cassaigne on April 28, 2011
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Mastercard answered on May 26, 2011
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I am moving to india from US with my tx608? I have a 120w sub too. Any suggestions? Do know if I can find a good AVR seller in India, Hyderabad.
Ahindra Sengupta answered on June 13, 2012
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How I understand it, there are different units for different markets. The US/Canada sold units are 110v, while European and most other countries are rated 220/240v. I've purchased and imported from Amazon.com and saved around $400 by doing so. Now I've purchased a 1000W 220 -> 110v power transformer for $100 to use the receiver here in Australia and I'm still well ahead on the deal :o)
Braintree fan answered on May 23, 2011
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Cassaigne, I don't understand when you said "or both 110V and 220V and european plug" are you saying that the 609 sold here in the US is also available 110 and 220V, or this is available in european market?

Braintree, you purchased a step-down power transformer 1000W 220/110V? I would rather buy an AVR of 1500VA 220V input and the output for the socket outlets will be 4 x 120VAC IEC C13 female panel-mounted and I will replace the plug of the 609 with an IEC C14 which cannot be plugged to a 220V british or american sockets.
Mastercard answered on May 23, 2011
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Thanks Mastercard. I'm not sure what an AVR is, as this is my first foray in using an appliance with a different voltage requirement to what we have here in Australia. I should correct my post by pointing out the step down transformer is actually for 240v>110v. The Onkyo TX-NR609 retails for A$1000+ here and our dollar is worth around 105 US cents. So despite the voltage inconvenience, I'm well ahead on the deal. I do wonder however as to what the idle power consumption of the transformer will be.
Braintree fan answered on May 26, 2011
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Thank you, your explanation is much appreciated. Here in Australia the voltage is rated at 240v as you say double the receivers 120v requirement. I think all power supplies can vary +/- 10v I understand that to be the case in the US where the local supply is rated at 120v.
Braintree fan answered on June 24, 2011
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