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Kelso Kline:
I recently acquired a couple of fp6400 amplifiers. The Oddity is that these are labeled on the back as the 115 volt version, but there is a piece of Gaff tape with 230v written on it. They all have the 30A locking connectors on them. When I connected one to 30A to 20a plug adapter and plugged it in, it Powers on, but the fuse protection light is on. Could these have been modified to 230v? How can I tell? Additionally, if I do plug it into a 230v line, could I cause serious damage or would the fuse protection activate?

Lee Douglas:
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Kelso Kline:


--- Quote from: Lee Douglas on March 05, 2024, 08:50:56 PM ---Just a heads up: Your Displayed Name Must Be Your Real Full Name To Post In The Live Sound Forums

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All good now!

Lee Douglas:
I don't know much about that amplifier, but the link below discuss some things you might look for to see if it has been converted.  Hopefully, you didn't but the actual amp being discussed!

https://forums.prosoundweb.com/index.php?topic=1724.0

Kelso Kline:

--- Quote from: Lee Douglas on March 06, 2024, 11:35:36 AM ---I don't know much about that amplifier, but the link below discuss some things you might look for to see if it has been converted.  Hopefully, you didn't but the actual amp being discussed!

https://forums.prosoundweb.com/index.php?topic=1724.0

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It's doubtful since there are 4 in total, but without sending it to a service center, I hope the link to the thread has some valuable information. Thank you!

Anyone have in depth experience with these Lamborghini powered Volvos?


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