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    Just bought this mixer from America.

    Waiting for it to come in the mail, but made a mistake when buying. forgot to check the compatability with Irelands 230V voltage rating.

    I was wondering if any of you could tell me what it says voltage wise on the side of your Denon American bought mixer?

    Very grateful if you could help me out

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    The USA version of this mixer is 120 V, 60 Hz. No matter what don't try plugging it into your main with an adapter.
    You need to buy a converter of some sort that can turn 230V into 120V.




    And try googling next time.

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    Very important to check the voltages of foreign gear like this before you buy. If the voltage differs its no problem with an adaptor.
    I'm in NZ, but i got mine from the states and its 230v
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    Quote Originally Posted by vanaema78 View Post
    The USA version of this mixer is 120 V, 60 Hz. No matter what don't try plugging it into your main with an adapter.
    You need to buy a converter of some sort that can turn 230V into 120V.

    And try googling next time.
    Thanks for the reply.

    Yes I understand i would need a converter.

    Was just wondering did it have dual voltage, but it must not from your info.

    I could not get a result on google for what the voltage of an american denon mixer sorry.....

    Thanks again

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    No problem. The manual usually helps with questions like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanaema78 View Post
    The USA version of this mixer is 120 V, 60 Hz. No matter what don't try plugging it into your main with an adapter.
    You need to buy a converter of some sort that can turn 230V into 120V.

    And try googling next time.
    Thanks for the reply.

    Yes I understand i would need a converter.

    Was just wondering did it have dual voltage, but it must not from your info.

    I could not get a result on google for what the voltage of an american denon mixer sorry.....

    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanaema78 View Post
    No problem. The manual usually helps with questions like this.
    there is no online manual

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    I know man :/ I usually do I guess I get a little too excited

    Aye Ill pick up an adaptor, heres hopeing its like yours so

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    DNX1600 manual. You will need it in the furure anyways.

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