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Possible to 100V SRM-006t amplifier to take 120V?

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I have a Stax SRM-006t amplifier designed for 100V input. I've been using it with a step-down transformer, but I'd like to take that out of the equation and feed it 120V directly. Would anyone happen to know if this is possible? I've searched around the web, but had no luck finding a method of changing the input voltage on the 100V model.

 

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Yup, it's pretty easy but Stax have used a number of ways to do this so I'd need to know what they did in your particular amp.  Just open it up and follow the wires from the transformer (the ones towards the back panel) and see where they lead. 

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