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Old May 28th 07, 09:24 AM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
JB
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Hi guys

I will buy a Bose system in US and bring it back to Denmark but we are
using 220v and in US they are using 110v is it possible to use it in
DK.

Best regards.

JB

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Old May 28th 07, 02:45 PM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
Crabman
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JB wrote:
Hi guys

I will buy a Bose system in US and bring it back to Denmark but we are
using 220v and in US they are using 110v is it possible to use it in
DK.

Best regards.

JB

You can use a transformer, but it will sound just as bad as it does here.

Clay
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Old May 28th 07, 04:51 PM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
Gandalf
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JB wrote:
Hi guys

I will buy a Bose system in US and bring it back to Denmark but we are
using 220v and in US they are using 110v is it possible to use it in
DK.

Best regards.

JB


Pumping 220v into it probably isn't a bad idea.

Do you have 440v available?

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Old May 28th 07, 05:12 PM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
Vitamin R
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"JB" wrote in message
ups.com...
Hi guys

I will buy a Bose system in US and bring it back to Denmark but we are
using 220v and in US they are using 110v is it possible to use it in
DK.


Just a heads up...a Bose system will still sound like crap no matter what
country it's in. Buy something else.


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Old May 28th 07, 09:43 PM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
mykey
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Default Bose lifestyle 38

the power transformer needs to be changed and the price
of bose parts is outrageous.
buy a Bang and Olfson in Denmark.
you will be glad you did.
BOSE= Buy Other Sound Equipment

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Old May 28th 07, 09:46 PM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
mykey
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Pumping 220v into it probably isn't a bad idea.

Do you have 440v available?

ILICISC/C/COMKB

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Old May 29th 07, 02:33 AM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
markyboy81
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"mykey" wrote in message
oups.com...
the power transformer needs to be changed and the price
of bose parts is outrageous.
buy a Bang and Olfson in Denmark.
you will be glad you did.
BOSE= Buy Other Sound Equipment

Also, something to be aware of - Bose record ALL their serial numbers so
they know exactly where any unit was bought. You need them to get them
repaired if anything goes wrong. You will not be able to get it repaired in
Denmark if it's been bought in the US or any other country.

Just so you know.

PS don't buy Bang & Olufson - even worse value for money! Looks good, but
just not worth the stupid amount of money they charge.


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Old May 29th 07, 03:58 AM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
The Man From Mars
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JB

You can use a transformer, but it will sound just as bad as it does here.

Clay


Don't you think that is uncalled for? I'm not a big Bose fan either but it
really is childish to make a comment like that. If it is his system then HE
likes it. He asked a question. He didn't ask your opinion of BOSE.

Get a life...





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Old May 29th 07, 03:59 AM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
The Man From Mars
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Just a heads up...a Bose system will still sound like crap no matter what
country it's in. Buy something else.


Buy yourself some class...



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Old May 29th 07, 04:20 AM posted to alt.home-theater.misc
AZ Nomad
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On Mon, 28 May 2007 20:59:25 -0500, The Man From Mars wrote:



Just a heads up...a Bose system will still sound like crap no matter what
country it's in. Buy something else.


Buy yourself some class...


You needed two posts to get all your whining in?
 




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