The Nº39 CD Processor is set at the factory (internally) for 1100V , 120V , 200V ,
220V , or 240V AC mains operation as appropriate for the country in which it is to
be sold. Make sure that the label on the rear of the Nº39 (adjacent to the power
cord) indicates the correct AC operating voltage for your location, as attempting to
operate the Nº39 at an incorrect voltage can damage the unit.
The Nº39 CD Processor is also set at the factory for operation on either 50 or
60 Hz AC line frequencies, as appropriate for the country in which it is to be
sold. It will not operate if it senses an incorrect line frequency .
Neither the voltage nor the line frequency setting may be
changed by the user. There are no user serviceable parts
inside the Nº39. Only qualified, authorized service personnel
may open the Nº39 CD Processor, as hazardous voltages exist
within the unit.
If the AC mains voltage or frequency indicated on your Nº39 is incorrect, please
contact your local, authorized Mark Levinson dealer or distributor.
The Nº39 can easily be powered by a normal 15-ampere AC mains line. If other
devices are also powered from the same AC line, their additional power con-
sumption should be taken into account.