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How to tell if a Sony device is dual voltage?

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I have a Sony HT-NT5 soundbar and subwoofer, bought in the USA. However, I am now in a country with 220 voltage and I’m trying to find out if the bar and sub are dual voltage.
The stickers on the back say 120v and no voltage range is show, but given that other sony products (Bravia, PS3/4 etc) are in fact dual voltage while only stating single voltage in the US, I’d like to find out about this device for sure, without blowing it up.
If no-one knows for sure, is there a way to find out by looking at the power mount inside?
Thanks for any help!
=== Update (11/15/2019) ===
Posting an image of the subwoofer powermount, if it helps. I might post the bar power mount as well a bit later, but I can’t get the cabinet apart easily…
[image|1921045]
[image|1921043]
-=== Update (12/11/2019) ===
-Well…I finally got the new EU psu for this subwoofer. Fitted and connected it. Good news is there were no fireworks this time and the sub comes on. Bad news is that it just flashes a red light on the front…no connection to the soundbar as yet. Googled for the red light flashing code and it’s one of two things - overheating (which seems unlikely because it’s been off for three weeks) or secure-link mode, meaning it no longer recognizes the soundbar as compatible. I doubt the second one too because it pretty much flashes red from the moment it comes on…no startup-time, etc.
-
-Going to try a factory reset and then see…
-
-Does anybody have any other ideas? Is it possible that it doesnt like the new power mount? Or possibly the original bang fried the logic board…?
+=== ===

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How to tell if a Sony device is dual voltage?

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I have a Sony HT-NT5 soundbar and subwoofer, bought in the USA. However, I am now in a country with 220 voltage and I’m trying to find out if the bar and sub are dual voltage.
The stickers on the back say 120v and no voltage range is show, but given that other sony products (Bravia, PS3/4 etc) are in fact dual voltage while only stating single voltage in the US, I’d like to find out about this device for sure, without blowing it up.
If no-one knows for sure, is there a way to find out by looking at the power mount inside?
Thanks for any help!
=== Update (11/15/2019) ===
-
Posting an image of the subwoofer powermount, if it helps. I might post the bar power mount as well a bit later, but I can’t get the cabinet apart easily…
[image|1921045]
[image|1921043]
+
+=== Update (12/11/2019) ===
+Well…I finally got the new EU psu for this subwoofer. Fitted and connected it. Good news is there were no fireworks this time and the sub comes on. Bad news is that it just flashes a red light on the front…no connection to the soundbar as yet. Googled for the red light flashing code and it’s one of two things - overheating (which seems unlikely because it’s been off for three weeks) or secure-link mode, meaning it no longer recognizes the soundbar as compatible. I doubt the second one too because it pretty much flashes red from the moment it comes on…no startup-time, etc.
+
+Going to try a factory reset and then see…
+
+Does anybody have any other ideas? Is it possible that it doesnt like the new power mount? Or possibly the original bang fried the logic board…?

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How to tell if a Sony device is dual voltage?

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I have a Sony HT-NT5 soundbar and subwoofer, bought in the USA. However, I am now in a country with 220 voltage and I’m trying to find out if the bar and sub are dual voltage.
The stickers on the back say 120v and no voltage range is show, but given that other sony products (Bravia, PS3/4 etc) are in fact dual voltage while only stating single voltage in the US, I’d like to find out about this device for sure, without blowing it up.
If no-one knows for sure, is there a way to find out by looking at the power mount inside?
Thanks for any help!
=== Update (11/15/2019) ===
+
Posting an image of the subwoofer powermount, if it helps. I might post the bar power mount as well a bit later, but I can’t get the cabinet apart easily…
[image|1921045]
[image|1921043]

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-Is the Sony HT-NT5 soundbar and subwoofer dual voltage?
+How to tell if a Sony device is dual voltage?

텍스트:

I have a Sony HT-NT5 soundbar and subwoofer, bought in the USA. However, I am now in a country with 220 voltage and I’m trying to find out if the bar and sub are dual voltage.
The stickers on the back say 120v and no voltage range is show, but given that other sony products (Bravia, PS3/4 etc) are in fact dual voltage while only stating single voltage in the US, I’d like to find out about this device for sure, without blowing it up.
If no-one knows for sure, is there a way to find out by looking at the power mount inside?
Thanks for any help!
+
+=== Update (11/15/2019) ===
+Posting an image of the subwoofer powermount, if it helps. I might post the bar power mount as well a bit later, but I can’t get the cabinet apart easily…
+
+[image|1921045]
+
+[image|1921043]

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Is the Sony HT-NT5 soundbar and subwoofer dual voltage?

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I have a Sony HT-NT5 soundbar and subwoofer, bought in the USA. However, I am now in a country  with 220 voltage and I’m trying to find out if the bar and sub are dual voltage.

The stickers on the back say 120v and no voltage range is show, but given that other sony products (Bravia, PS3/4 etc) are in fact dual voltage while only stating single voltage in the US, I’d like to find out about this device for sure, without blowing it up.

If no-one knows for sure, is there a way to find out by looking at the power mount inside?

Thanks for any help!

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