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Can I use a 9 volt adapter in Thailand

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My electrical knowledge is limited hence the question.

 

I have just bought a practice amplifier for my guitar.

It will work using 3 alternative power sources.

 

1.  Batteries x 6

2  power pack ( as you use with phones )

3  9 volt adapter cable

 

 Will it be safe to the amplifier to connect it to the Thai mains by just plugging it in the wall socket. 

 

Thanks.

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1 hour ago, Denim said:

3  9 volt adapter cable

any printing on the adapter? input 120/220 50/60. output 9vdc. anything like that?

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8 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

any printing on the adapter? input 120/220 50/60. output 9vdc. anything like that?

 

Don't know yet as I got it on Lazada and am still waiting for delivery. Probably ok or they would not include the adapter but I am not sure of the country of manufacture.

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8 hours ago, Bruce Aussie Chiang Mai said:

Should be safe adapters are dual voltage 110 and 240.

Thanks. That's what I thought but my memory is rusty. Didn't want to plug it in and trash it on day one.

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Do check the adaptor before plugging it in.

 

That said, I've never seen a modern adaptor for sale outside the US that isn't "universal", all ours (and our LED lights) are "90-250V". 

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19 minutes ago, Crossy said:

Do check the adaptor before plugging it in.

 

That said, I've never seen a modern adaptor for sale outside the US that isn't "universal", all ours (and our LED lights) are "90-250V". 

 

Thanks. Will check when its delivered. Bound to be something written somewhere in the manual.

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Just now, Denim said:

Thanks. Will check when its delivered. Bound to be something written somewhere in the manual.

 

Look on the label of the adaptor (modern manuals seem to be worse than useless). You may need a magifying glass but it will be there somewhere. 

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