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  • UK/USA Conversion

    Moving across to the UK next month for about a year or so and want to take my TD10Pro kit that I bought in washington dc with me.

    What do I need to play them using the UK electricity supply? Roland have not been forthcoming....

    Thanks....

  • #2
    You can buy little conversion kits for overseas, I bought one when I went to Spain.
    Someone gave me mine actually, so I'm not sure where to buy them.

    I think That's all you'll need.

    BINARY

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    • #3
      Binary, I tought (I read somewhere) that the Roland equipment would automatically fit the right power supply. Not?
      Robert

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      • #4
        Switchable power supplies from a non-US company? Whoah, baby!

        Do not worry about bringing your US psu over here. For a small amount of money, you can get a 110 to 230 converter that works over the existing plug. If you are bringing multiple items then bring a US plugboard as well and simply use the adapter with the board.

        Alternatively, it would only cost $10 or so to get the correct psu for your TD10 here in the UK. Perhaps someone would get you one...?

        Cheers

        Dave

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        Simmons SDX (x3), Roland TD7, Alesis DM5, Simmons pads, Hart e-cymbals,
        Simmons SDX (x2), Roland TD7, Alesis DM5, Simmons pads, Hart e-cymbals,

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        • #5
          Thanks guys. Much appreciated.

          Sounds to be no problem.

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