About Changing Voltage on Bryston

Hi Guys,

My friend who live in US. is going to come back to my country. I want him to bring some used Bryston current model back to me(7B-SST C-Series). The problem is my country's voltage is 220/240v. with 50Hz. So, I need to ask this question about is it difficult & how to do voltage changing from 110 to 220v on Bryston. Please let me know in brief to guide me.

Best Regards
THe best way to do it is to use The Richard Grays Substation stepdown 240/120 V.

You could achieve isolation and at the same time not restricting dynamics.{the Isolation transformer should be able to handle the peak power of the amp ,which is typically 10-15x the rated power]

Alternatively,you could send to the Bryston factory to get them to convert permenantly
I'd speak to James Tanner at Bryston.