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post #1 of 3 Old 10-05-2011, 05:08 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm looking at Rega rp1 turntable. Does it support dual voltage (110v and 220v)? I can't seem to find this information online.

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It's an AC synchronous motor. At that price point I can all but guarantee that there is nothing in there but a motor and a switch. Even the motor upgrades require you to select the version for your country. You'll have to buy the correct version or use a converter.
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None of TT with asynchronous motor can work in different power systems. Main problem is frequency - 50 vs 60 Hz. It has to be either DC motor or synchronous motor with its own generator (this later design is mostly used in really hi-end tables).
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