Originally Posted by Marcus Gan
I'm from Singapore and I used 13A for my S1 not sure they use the same amp or not. Btw we can get the power con socket in Singapore for around $10 only.
Let me know if you need any help.
Marcus, is the power con paired with both the 'plug' and the 'wall socket'? No use if it's just the plug, without the wall socket to go with.
Do you have photos? I am certainly interested.
Originally Posted by carp
This is the kind of posts I kept reading before I had my 2 dedicated 20 amp lines run. Unfortunately it is not enough, I've tripped the breaker once on almost every demo I've done. Granted the levels are insane but still... sucks that it can happen at all.
Don't get me wrong Brandon,
not saying it was your advice that steered me wrong in fact it was not one person, it was tons of post I read before having the lines run and I can't even name any of them. In fact I think it's my own fault, I didn't take into account how long the run would have to be and I think that is why I can sometimes trip the breaker.
Originally Posted by lbrown105
I agree, I run two OS's off the same 20A line with both subs only two clicks back from full on and pretty flat eq and trim and tested extremely loud bass to test the circuit. never tripped yet, in fact the house may shake apart before the 20a (120volt) trips.
Lots of different opinions here... I think I'll rather err on the side of safety and not burn my house down.. haha... but I am sure 15A would work, but then, well, if I can, I'll definitely get some dedicated 20A lines connected. I just don't want the 'socket' to be the 'weak point'.. If I am getting 20A lines laid out, I might as well make sure the entire chain is rated 20A...
BTW: Anyone knows if the OS has it's own protection for voltage spikes? Because if i am to get a 5000 VA voltage stabilizer, it'll cost me a bomb....