110-220?

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This question will be maybe really noobish but...
I spent alot of money so this is the reason im beeing paranoid:)

I finally got my Oddy MK III back from service and it works just fine!
But somehow i realized that on the patch where the model nr and the
serial nr is: it says 110-130 v.

Im using it on 240 v since more than 1 week (all together) now and also the people at the shop where i bought it used it on 240....

So.. if it was 110v it would have been already dead, right?
Or is there a chance i might still burn it?

The odyssey reacts normal, everything works,
not nosy at all..

Thanks,
 
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It would be already Dead if it would be 110 v, right?:)


DANKE !:)

Und ich entschulige mich for das ich in Englisch schriebe, mein Deutch ist nich soo gut.:)
 
Ilanode

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Never mind my Slovenian is non-existent :oops: if you happen to speak Serbo-croatian (guess it's a matter of age): Zdravo! However your German is quite good.
Yes, too much current is of evil :evil: while the other way (110V instead of requiered 220V) won't harm anything even though it won't bring the synth to live either.
 
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Ich habe den Oddy gestern geöffnet und an dem PS is nur eine Serien Nummer,und nicht anderes (keine info von der voltage, kein swtich, kein arp logo... )

So das ich denke (hoffe) das der PS gehendard wurde.
 
 


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