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Bose Companion 3 Power Issues

I know that I should know this but for the life of me I cannot get my U.S. purchased Bose Companion 3 speakers to power here in Switzerland. The power rating on the web site says:

US Canada 150v, 50/60 Hz
International 220-240v, 50/60 Hz
Japan 100v, 50/60 Hz

I have tried multiple plugs in the house and different cords but I cannot power these things up. Any ideas?
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Re: Bose Companion 3 Power Issues

Try looking on the speakers themselves, what does the power rating say there. Judging by the website, it mainly looks like they sell three different models, not one model that handles all power systems.

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