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Just bought a ld mk iv se from who I thought was a legit reseller in China. I suspect however that I've been shipped a 220v version as the amp is very weak with my Sennheiser hd 580's. The box has 220v written on it but there is no voltage sticker on the back as I have seen in photos in these forums. there is a 250v fuse next to the power cord input though. 

Could someone who knows they have a 110v version confirm the fuse rating on the back of theirs so I can clear this up?

Many thanks.

Boombastic.

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That's my MK IV SE. Same model, different voltage. I don't know what voltage yours has, you can always buy a transformer for $40 to convert the voltage. But it's kinda a pain. There's one on amazon right now (ships from USA) that has the correct voltage; why not buy that and return the other one?

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Thank you so much gradofan for doing that for me. The applied voltage sticker is not present on my amp. I was wondering if you could have a look at the voltage rating for the fuse adjacent to the on/off switch on yours as you seem to have a bona-fide 110v version, that would really help clear things up. Thanks.

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Thank you so much gradofan for doing that for me. The applied voltage sticker is not present on my amp. I was wondering if you could have a look at the voltage rating for the fuse adjacent to the on/off switch on yours as you seem to have a bona-fide 110v version, that would really help clear things up. Thanks.

I'd be happy to do it, but I'm not quite sure what you mean. There aren't any other stickers or voltage signs anywhere else on my MKIV-SE..

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Sorry. I'm looking for the voltage rating embossed on the fuse door. Mine says "250v" and I'm wondering if a known 110v model says something different. I have a photo, but as a new member I don't have the required permissions to post them yet.

Thanks for all your help. 

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