Hello - this is my first post on the forum. I have been perusing this forum for years, and now that I have a request that I am not having much luck with researching online,, I figure it was time to join!! Great forum, I have relied on the valuable information here many times. Formalities aside ;-) - I recently purchased a Yamaha GT-2000L which is in the process of being packaged / shipped. Of course, these are made for the Japanese market and are 100V. All my current turntables / gear is 120V and made for the US market, and have never purchased any 100V items before, and never had a need for a step down transformer. On that note - can you recommend a *specific* brand / model Step Down Transformer that you use? It would be nice, but not required, to be able to plug more than one TT into one transformer, or having a transformer with multiple outputs. (I am also looking to purchase a Kenwood KP-9010 in the near future). I figured from my reading that a 50W to 100W unit would be plenty - the Yamaha GT-2000 are fairly low wattage (as low as 7w), and the "rule of thumb" of getting a transformer that is 4x the wattage of the device is what I am applying. Not the KP-9010 is near 15W, so if I were to get a transformer with multiple outputs, a 100W for both the Yamaha and Kenwood would hopefully be sufficient. I also would like to stay in the $50 -$75 range... I have heard from most discussions you don't have to break the bank, and there are plenty of good ones in that range. If you have one cheaper and like it, then definitely let's hear that too! Or if you feel I am not spending enough and require more $$, that works too! The more input the better, in the audio world there is always something for everyone's needs and budget, as we know. I did a lot of searching online, most discussions are pertaining to whether it is needed or not, but I rarely found discussions that were focused on specific brands and models. Then, on sites with product reviews like Amazon, many transformers did not have stellar reviews... in fact finding reviews in the 3 star range were common. Additionally, many are way more wattage (and weight) than I require. Note I am not looking for discussion / advice as to whether a step down is required, how it works, etc. I am going to use one. Thanks in advance for your reply.