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importing onkyo 705 - us make

Wharfedale EVO 4.1 4.2 Speakers

zelda_venom

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as the title suggests i have finally planned on buying the tx-sr 705 in the us...so any compatibility issues...i guess this has been discussed a lot of times...but a final word on that would be gr8...

yea i mean compatibilty as in the ntsc-pal conversion and power supply issues....pls feel free to give ya inputs on this issue....
 

musik_manz

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If possible buy 230V input.Heard you will get it online.
Conversions are always bad for music :)
 

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as the title suggests i have finally planned on buying the tx-sr 705 in the us...so any compatibility issues...i guess this has been discussed a lot of times...but a final word on that would be gr8...

yea i mean compatibilty as in the ntsc-pal conversion and power supply issues....pls feel free to give ya inputs on this issue....

Most Indian DVDs are NTSC. I haven't yet seen an Indian movie that was PAL. Plus, most TVs sold in India are multi system. They can play all formats.

AV products bought in USA have never been a problem for me.
 

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Alright now I don need to be confused abt NTSC-PAL conversion. I read in some forum that when you buy a step down transformer 220-110v , the wattage should be twice that of the receiver...in this case 700X2 = 1400 watts. if i could get a more specific idea abt this it would be gr8...n where in chennai i could get this....i know ritchie street is one place but any other ???
 

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Stay on the tried and tested route. Why do you want to go another route which is not proven? To have a blown amp later, to save a few hundred bucks now?

Yes, pad the wattage by a double margin at least.
 

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what is your contention over here...shud i buy one with a 1500 watt range or not buy....
 
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