Is a US iPod compatable with European elecrical voltage?

jluppino

I’m about to head out to Europe and will spending time both on the continent and in Wales. Obviously I will at least need a European and British AC adapters because of the different plug configurations, but is the iPod itself compatible with European voltages, or would a voltage converter also be required? My iPod is a 4th gen iPod Shuffle.

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jimlynch
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This thread at Apple support might be useful:

https://discussions.apple.com/message/8609096

hughye
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It should be fine without a converter. Just get a travel adapter that has multiple plugs and rock on. You can pick one up for about $40.  http://www.powermax.com/parts/show/app-mb974zm__b  

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