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220 Volt Audio/Video Receivers for Global Use

220 volt audio/video receiversHome theater systems have come a long way in recent years. What began as a TV with surround sound speakers and a basic audio/video receiver or equalizer has evolved into a highly versatile media system, capable of interacting with a variety of other devices and data. Just 15 years ago we used to boast about how real our surround sound seemed during an action movie. Today we can watch the movie without a disc by streaming in 4k Ultra HD over a high-speed wireless internet connection. We have Blu-ray Players with internet browsers and apps, TVs with voice control and multi-room audio controlled by centrally located audio/video receivers. We can use our smartphones to control the volume or change media from other parts of our homes and we can wirelessly send home videos to our Smart TVs for easy family viewing. We're living in an age of rapidly advancing technology and 220 volt audio/video receivers are just one of the many conveniences we're able to use for our multi-media enjoyment.

What is a 220 Volt Audio/Video Receiver?

A 220 volt audio/video receiver is the same as any other audio/video receiver with the exception that they're designed to work with any voltage. This ability is also referred to as worldwide voltage. In countries that utilize 220 or 240 volt electricity, the selection of electronics is often very limited and consumers face higher prices. To find a specific model or brand of receiver at an affordable price, many people use the internet to purchase products from abroad. However, this method poses a problem - an audio/video receiver from North America, for example, is designed to work with 120 volt electricity and isn't compatible with 220 or 240 volts electricity. The 220 volt receivers fill this void by working with any voltage, giving the buyer truly global versatility and the freedom to purchase the exact brand and model they're interested in.

What Features do 220 Volt Audio/Video Receivers Have?

All 220 volt audio/video receivers feature the same functionality as their relative non-global models. For example, the 220 Volt Yamaha RX-V681 Receiver features the same exact options and features as the 120 volt unit. The only difference is that the 220 volt version has been professionally modified by a specialty retailer to function with any voltage. You will still be able to enjoy a diverse array of media and features just as the manufacturer intended, but you'll be able to enjoy it anywhere in the world without the need for a voltage converter or transformer.

Where Can I Buy a 220 Volt Audio Receiver?

As mentioned above, 220 volt audio/video receivers are not available in major retail stores. The reason for this is because manufacturers only design these units to be used with the local voltage of where they are being sold. Players destined for North America are only compatible with 120 volt electricity. If you see a 220 volt audio/video receiver for sale online, don't assume the same model from Wal-Mart or Best Buy will work in a country with 220 volt electricity - it will not.
In order to find a real 220 volt audio/video receiver with worldwide voltage, you need to shop at a specialty retailer. These are the companies that purchase the units directly from the manufacturer and then modify the hardware for dual voltage compatibility. At 220 Electronics, we do exactly that.
With other 35 years of experience in global electronics and appliances - including 220 volt audio/video receivers - we know our stuff. We've helped tens of thousands of customers with their overseas relocation as well as aided with their purchases of global, multisystem and region-free electronics and appliances. Our experience and guaranteed low prices are what set us apart from our competitors. Check out our selection of 220 volt audio/video receivers today and find exactly what you need at a price you can afford.