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    Default Victor V-Saturn Power

    I just bought a Japanese Victor V-Saturn at a local thrift store and I was wondering what impact running this thing on 120v power here would have on the machine. Its listed as needing 100v so I am afraid it may cause damage to the console if it gets that extra 20v...
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    There's quite a few discussions on this, the general consensus is that there's no problem. Most people just plug theirs in as normal.

    When I lived in the US I always used a voltage adapter, but that's because I already had one and could see no reason not to use it.

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