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Do you take trades?
post #18 of 27
Will you ship international and if yes is it possible to change it to 220v?
post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by mazinguerbeta View Post
I sorry so much, I would wish that it would be 240v.
it would be easy to convert. if it was me, I'd remove the trafo (saves on shipping cost!) and you could get one locally that is 240v. or, that one might already be wire-able to 240.
post #20 of 27
If you and Xanthos can work out the costs, I'd be happy to ship international. Changing to 240 is easy enough per linuxworks. And having it shipped sans trafo isn't a bad idea either actually. Installing a trafo would be very easy for almost anyone.
post #21 of 27
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Not looking for a trade at this time.
post #22 of 27
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If you and Xanthos can work out the costs, I'd be happy to ship international. Changing to 240 is easy enough per linuxworks. And having it shipped sans trafo isn't a bad idea either actually. Installing a trafo would be very easy for almost anyone.
I would be interested in this idea because I am building a s22 and I have a pair of trafos. Also, without the trafo, shipping cost would be lower by the weight.

But, I have a doubt: Xanthos sell the amp and is shipped by oneplustwo ??. Who is to send the payment?

Would be the same price without the trafo?. And, how much would be shipping to Madrid, Spain?.

Thank you and best regards.
Ignacio.
post #23 of 27
Send it to Xanthos. He has already paid me for the amp. Without the trafo would likely be less, but I don't know by how much yet. I am out of town but will weigh it to get some price quotes tomorrow.
post #24 of 27
Amp weighs just under 13 lbs. I didn't take the trafo out, but my guess is it probably weighs 3 lbs or so. That should be enough for folks to estimate shipping costs. Take into account another few lbs for packaging materials.
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post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by oneplustwo View Post
If you and Xanthos can work out the costs, I'd be happy to ship international. Changing to 240 is easy enough per linuxworks. And having it shipped sans trafo isn't a bad idea either actually. Installing a trafo would be very easy for almost anyone.
Just wondering, would you be prepared to re-wire/swap tranfo to allow it to take 220v if the buyer have zero DIY skills?
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