Dual voltage Yamaha keyboards

by Michele
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Hello, does anyone know if any, or all, of the portable Yamaha keyboards are dual voltage, or more importantly, 220v?


I am moving overseas and would like any recommendations for which models to buy, and best place to buy them?

I'm looking to purchase an 88-key weighted model for myself, and a beginner's 61-key model for my young niece,

I'm a music teacher who has used Yamaha keyboards before with great admiration and success, so I'm sold on the brand!

Thanks kindly,
Michele

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Re voltage change.
by: Terry Turner

I also do like the Yamaha and use it to write and produce songs. I am from England and the power there is 240 volts, BUT it actually only is 210 volts when using it. You can buy a cheap power converter in USA or the country your going to OR all Yamaha keyboards use a transformer that connects power to the keyboard. In the other country assuming there is a Yamaha distributor there you can purchase a transformer for the keyboard at a local keyboard store in that country. and it will be the correct voltage.
It would be best for you to check for a Yamaha store in the city and country you intend to operate in. Terry Turner.....Songwriter.

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