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    Question Yamaha Natural Sound M-50 docs

    I picked up a 240V-50Hz Yamaha M-50 on the Bay and it came with zip documentation. I contacted Yamaha-UK about it and they had nothing... actually, they were completely in the dark about it. Anybody know where I can find its documentation? Docs on the US version (120V-60 Hz) would be OK too.

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    AhHa -- deja vu

    Quote Originally Posted by dojo
    I picked up a 240V-50Hz Yamaha M-50 on the Bay and it came with zip documentation. I contacted Yamaha-UK about it and they had nothing... actually, they were completely in the dark about it. Anybody know where I can find its documentation? Docs on the US version (120V-60 Hz) would be OK too.
    Hi, dojo,

    You're not the first person to ask about this recently.

    Normally you can get Yamaha manuals here, even for very old models, but the M-50 isn't among them unfortunately ...
    http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/engli...rch.php?div=av

    There was a thread earlier this you might have found using 'Search' on this forum ...
    WANTED - - -yamaha m-50 power amp specs

    Looks like someone found a copy of the M-50 manual here ...
    http://homepage.mac.com/radhaz/PhotoAlbum4.html

    Moral: use 'Search' for good results.

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    Thanks Feanor, that's perfect! Now I've just got to figure out the power situation. The power connector hanging off the back of the amp looks like a continental style female plug, I think it's called an IEC320 C14 3-pin female socket. I guess I could plug in a computer power cable directly and then chop off the other end and splice in a standard 240V plug, but my original plan was to get a small step up transformer to plug it into. Thinking 1000 W should do the job.

    appears to need to hook to something like this...

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Euronetwork-...ges/B000ENC31W

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