Glenz75
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Aug 22, 1975 (Age: 42)
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Electronics Tech - I specialise in servicing/rebui

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Glenz75

Sansui and Pioneer Freak, 42, from Wellington, New Zealand

Glenz75 was last seen:
Nov 5, 2017
    1. Dave Clem
      Dave Clem
      Whats the best thing to do to a disobedient Pioneer PLL1000 Turntable?
    2. Glenz75
      Glenz75
      Hi Masonc, from memory I think you remove the Sansui model faceplate on the back and in behind there is a plug with an arrow marked on it and you just move the plug around untill it plugs in with the arrow pointing at the 220/250V numbers. I will double check and look at my 2000A to confirm. Cheers Glen
    3. Mansonic
      Mansonic
      Hello - I understand you're from NZ and are an avid Sansui collector. I live in the States but will be moving to NZ in a couple of years and before I get my Sansui 2000A repaired I wanted to find out how easy it is to switch its voltage. If I can't use it in NZ I might not get it repaired.

      I see on the back of the unit there is a fuse with two ranges: 100-127 v and 220-250 v. In addition there are two American sockets in the back - one that says "switched max 50v" and one that says "unswitched max 150v." Also, on this site http://www.classicsansui.net/images/Literature/Receivers/2000A/2000Ab.jpg I've found a brochure about the 2000A that lists its power requirements, which has a range from 100 v - 250 v which makes me think I could convert the receiver to work in NZ.

      I would love to know what your experiences have been like switching Sansui products from American voltage to NZ and also if you think the 2000A could be switched. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
    4. Glenz75
      Glenz75
      Hi there, no I sold the CT9 a long time ago. They are a pretty high spec machine and make good recordings, I know mine did anyway. There is plenty of info on the net about these and on AK. Cheers! Glen
    5. scott440
      scott440
      Do you still have the ct-9r, if you do, I could use some information on it. I just got one and I have no idea what it can do, so anything can help me out. Thanks.
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    Birthday:
    Aug 22, 1975 (Age: 42)
    Home Page:
    http://www.cowanaudioservices.co.nz
    Location:
    Wellington, New Zealand
    Occupation:
    Electronics Tech - I specialise in servicing/rebui
    Hifi nutter, into prog rock, work on modern audio for a living, prefer the older gear any day, got married Dec 2008, had our first child in September 2009.

    Collecting Sansui/Pioneer Audio gear, British Cars, Music, Reading etc

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