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Dual RT-10D vs RSW-15 Comparison

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Sorry Jason, got home from work, ate dinner then off to basketball game. Life stays busy with 4 children.

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Youthman

Well I am not completely positive but i would think it needs 230v 50Hz power to operate. Perhaps it was built for the European market. I would call Klipsch before plugging it in to 115v 60Hz USA power.

Anybody else got reservations?

babadono

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oops, I duplicated your post.

Actually I'm positive that won't work. In fact I think you'll find that the plug won't even fit a standard outlet.

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Of course it could be a typo mistake. but that is pretty important stuff.

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oops, I duplicated your post.

Actually I'm positive that won't work. In fact I think you'll find that the plug won't even fit a standard outlet.

Yeah good idea, wstrickland1. Youthman did it come with a power cord? Will it plug into a USA wall socket?

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WakeJunkie says it probably has Auto Arrange Power Supply. Says it's pretty common

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Youthman,

So you think it is a typo? That's just weird. But I'm happy for you. Have fun. I would still call Klipsch and find out what the deal is.

Oh and did I say those things are gorgeous! I sure wish Klipsch would make subs like this again in cherry to go with the RF7-IIs.

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made with Military & international markets taken into consideration would be my guess

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WakeJunkie says it probably has Auto Arrange Power Supply. Says it's pretty common

VOLTAGE 110/120 VAC 60Hz
EXPORT VERSION 220 VAC 50/60Hz

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