Question about Bose Acoustimass 10 III System
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Posted on Nov 01, 2010
You could always take it off circuit board and then unwrap the windings this would give you the ratio ,look at teh front circuit and see hwere the feed comes from so you then know the input voltage as it must be on the AC side of the circuit because as wel all know you cannot transform a DC current so if its 220volts input the out will be whatever the ratio is ,so 10/1 ratio would be say 10 volts in and 1 volt out ,easy to work out if have some idea how to do it .i would imagine that if your stateside then its 110v input and around 9-- 16v output of a max of about one amp
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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