Can you hook up a car radio to 110 volts?

Answer Car radios run on 12 volts DC (direct current). To hook the car radio up to your household voltage, you need a 12-volt DC power supply that plugs into the wall to change the 110 volts AC (alternati... Read More »

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Hi, I'm using old fm radio reciever(240 Volts) with inbuilt speakers.?

No way to answer. Is there an aux input you can use?

How do you tell if my electric line is 208 volts or 240 volts?

You will need a piece of equipment that can read voltage. A multimeter with a voltage scale of 300 volts will do. The safest way for you to do this without opening up your house panel is to (in a n... Read More »

Does 120 volts harm 240 volts appliances?

Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service. YOU SHOULD NOT BE THINKING OF DOING THIS!It may not harm them but they won't work! For more information, please see the... Read More »

How to Hook Up an Amp to a Car Radio?

Custom car stereos commonly have amplifiers included in the system. The amps provide the necessary signal strength to power a multitude of stereo speakers. If you have or plan to include a sub-woof... Read More »