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The DuoPack is now in stock at Lectro. Accepts SR/SR5P Series slot receivers Dual 3.7V Li-Poly 3000mAh batteries Up to 17 hours operating time per charge Built-in recharging circuitry Dual, balanced audio outputs The DUOPACK adds a rechargeable battery pack to an SR Series receiver, allowing it to operate as a stand-alone device, further expanding the versatility of this product family. Two lithium-polymer flat battery packs, one on each side of the assembly, provide enough capacity to operate the receiver for up to 17 hours per charge. The control and connector panel includes audio and power connectors, an operating mode switch and battery charging circuitry. The unit can be operated from the internal batteries with an external power supply connected, or from external DC only. http://www.lectrosonics.com/US/Wireless-IFB/product/482-duopack.html Best Regards, Larry Fisher Lectrosonics
Horizon Batteries has reduced the price of the Ansmann AA 2700 mah when you purchase five 4 pks and thrown in a free Ansmann Express Charger to boot! Ansmann 2700 mah AA's are the ultimate "work-horse" batteries that provide substantial run-times and high recycles. For the price difference between the higher capacity 2850's it makes great sense to go with the 2700 mahs - if you don't need the additional 5% run time. Excellent for all high-drain devices including wireless mics, IEM's, digital cameras, flash units, and more. Plus - with the purchase of five 4-packs: FREE Ansmann Express Speed Charger - The 90-minute fast charger includes AC plug and car adaptor. Charges 2 or 4 AA/AAA, trickle charge and worldwide 100-240V use. Sales Ends Sunday, July 28th at Midnight. Best Regards, David Schliep Horizon Battery 856-582-8210 Telephone 856-582-5399 Fax firstname.lastname@example.org
continuing from the great post "eneloop batteries...?!", i would like to ask the question: are there any 4 battery chargers that will charge the batteries individually? (this i ask as a space issue for traveling) the great info i learned from that post was that a 4 batt charger, when charging a pair of batts at a time will not charge both batteries equally. i did not know that. i love this forum. P.
Hi all. Does anybody have experience of powering the Audio Ltd 'miniTX' with rechargeable batteries. I'm thinking of getting getting a couple of these transmitters but do not want to use alkaline or lithium disposables. Any input would be welcome. Thanks, Will