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post #1 of 3 Old 11-21-2013, 07:27 AM - Thread Starter
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All Yamaha receivers are bi-volt, to be more specific the RX-V375 or RX-V475? 


I need a 220v receiver, and kind difficult to find one here in Brazil...

Can I connect a subwoofer with sterio out in one of this two receivers without problem?



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According to the owner's manual for the RX-V375, there are country- / continent-specific versions and there is a "General model" that appears to be dual-voltage. IMO, you should contact Yamaha Brazil - or one of their authorized distributors in Brazil - and find out where you can purchase either a 220V model or the "General mode".
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Many, many AVRs are built in multi-voltage versions..
However for the most part they are not sold through conventional retail channels in North America, as they are NOT UL/CSA certified..
Typically available through miltary exchanges, or tax-free export shops such as in Hong Kong and Singapore..
You can google and find these but shipping costs will surprise you so one needs a special connection..

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