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Jan 04, 2008 03:13 |  #1

Because mine don't. I'm only asking cause I have seen some videos with the DC adapter. I don't need it, or want it really, just curious. Maybe the CE Europe versions don't have it? Anyone know, I'm just curious.

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Jan 04, 2008 05:41 |  #2

http://www.pbase.com/g​er_bee/image/90613350 (external link)

I found out the hard way!

I had bought 2xPW Plus IIs from HK and added to them later from B&H NY. It turns out there are CE and USA models with different frequencies and different specs.

The CE manual has NO Warning ~ but the USA manual has an international compatibility warning on page 3.

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Because mine don't. I'm only asking cause I have seen some videos with the DC adapter. I don't need it, or want it really, just curious. Maybe the CE Europe versions don't have it? Anyone know, I'm just curious.

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Jan 04, 2008 07:13 |  #3

Oh that sucks. I knew they were the European version, so that's not a problem. I just found it weird that the two different versions had physical difference, other than just the frequency.

My units have a certificate printed in the back of the manual for certification of use in the EU, or something like that, so I assumed they were CE versions.

Thanks for the pic though!


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