1. Calm your tits, nobody attacked you, you're overreacting.
2. I'm an engineer, I think I know the basics of electricity, but I have no idea about US electrical installations. That's why I said "if I'm right" when I was talking about the country specific matter.
3. The "standard plug" on US is 110v, right? And yes, you can add two for 220v, or 4 for 440v, but that's not the standard.
4. I think I read your comment properly, and you said "just go and buy a cheap converter from 240 down to 120 and your good to go". That's not right, the purpose of this amp is delivering good sound, and as I said using a cheap converter will degrade sound quality noticeable, which is not what I'd say "good to go". Adding two 110v lines to get 220v is ok, because it doesn't alter the sound by any means, but using a converter is not.
5. This whole discussion is absurd, if there's a 240v and a 110v, nobody should even consider buying one that requires additional converters or non-standard plugs to work in your house (or office, or wherever you plug this thing). It's like buying a car in the UK: nobody would even consider getting a left hand drive car if planning to drive in the UK, even if they could convert it to a right hand drive, because there's already a right hand drive model available for the exact same price. If there's a proper working version for your country, get it, period.