stupid voltage question....

Posted: 9/9/2005 8:41:17 AM

From: Jax, FL

Joined: 2/14/2005

Posted: 9/9/2005 12:36:27 PM
Charlie D

From: England

Joined: 2/28/2005

Ditto. . . .

I want one already. It's only been two months I already want an upgrade. My advice: Play 'Dido's Lament' over and over again on your Standard until you can get an E'Pro. :-(
Posted: 9/9/2005 5:08:33 PM

From: Winston-Salem, NC

Joined: 6/30/2005

I'm STILL waiting for mine to be shipped to me.....
Posted: 9/26/2005 5:34:57 AM

From: SG

Joined: 8/20/2005

I remember when I was living/studying in the US, voltages were often stated 110V or 120V. In Japan, they go with 100V.
Posted: 9/26/2005 10:11:16 PM

From: ATX

Joined: 9/7/2005

got mine taday! AWSOME! Thought the sound would be different, but I slapped a Korg Kaoss pad on it and that did the trick (for the sound I wanted)...
Posted: 11/3/2005 9:28:53 AM

From: COWafornia

Joined: 3/23/2005

Sad but true. Edison did little to do with the AC power in the United States. Edison wanted DC power. DC was his baby. Tesla (yes [i]that[/i] Tesla) and Westinghouse created the AC power standards used in the US. When the rest of the world stated using AC they picked somthing other than the US standard to make it harder for the alrealy establish US manufactures to sell in to the new markets.
Posted: 11/3/2005 3:17:11 PM

From: Jax, FL

Joined: 2/14/2005

That explains it.

It's the same reaosn we now have region codes on DVD's.
Posted: 11/4/2005 7:14:17 AM

From: SG

Joined: 8/20/2005

....and region codes on Xboxes too!! :-)

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