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Step down transformer for Denon AVR-1513

I purchased a Denon AVR-1513 from the US and I want to use it in India. The power requirements are 110V at 60 Hz. What type of step down transformer should I use with this AV receiver? What should be the power capacity of the transformer? I was suggested to purchase a 1KVA capacity transformer. Does that sound right?
Where can I purchase the transformer in Bangalore? I saw a Maxine 1KVA transformer on amazon.in for 4.5K. Is that too expensive?
Once I decide to buy the transformer how can I test it before connecting the receiver, to make sure that my AV Receiver won't get damaged?
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I purchased a Denon AVR-1513 from the US and I want to use it in India. The power requirements are 110V at 60 Hz. What type of step down transformer should I use with this AV receiver? What should be the power capacity of the transformer? I was suggested to purchase a 1KVA capacity transformer. Does that sound right?
Where can I purchase the transformer in Bangalore? I saw a Maxine 1KVA transformer on amazon.in for 4.5K. Is that too expensive?
Once I decide to buy the transformer how can I test it before connecting the receiver, to make sure that my AV Receiver won't get damaged?
Hi Aaron,

Did you purchase "Maxine 1KVA transformer"? If so, Is is it performing good.
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