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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by LoveThatBass, Mar 22, 2005.
That's a cool idea. I wonder how it would last under normal use...
Yep, lithium batteries are sweet. I have a portable minidisk player that has had the same single AA lithium battery in it since last summer, and I listen to it 2 to 3 hours a week. I believe I also put a litium battery in my bass too.
Procells have always worked forever with me, these things must last years!
Yeah, I have been using pro-cell. So far I haven't had a bass outlast a battery yet.
Just an FYI... buy.com has Energizer lithiums for only $6 and without having to buy quantity.
If y'all had to choose between these Lithium batteries vs. the stronger of the NiMH rechargables, which would you go with?
NiMH. They last long enough for me and I don't pollute the earth as much that way.
I'm sure 1,000 recharges would go farther than any single Lithium battery, too.
Yeah, but will NiMH go full 9 volts?
We looked into several "9-volt" rechargeable systems for our church wireless stuff (8 laveliers, 5 microphones), but all of them maxed out at about 8.2 volts.
I use the Energizer E2 (the silver 9-volt) it's an alkaline, but in the year plus I've owned my bass, I've only hcnaged 9 votls once.
I do like the lithium.... it's just hard to find them for 9-volt.
I use NiMH throughout my rig. They are especially effective in my wireless transmitter which eats conventional batteries. they also charge up fast.
I bought the Maha MH-C490F-DC 9V Charger w/ 3 Maha 9.6V POWEREX Rechargeable Batteries.
This is one of the best investments I've ever made. HIGHLY recommended.
Dang! Something else for me to worry about now.....batteries.
All this time I have just been using whatever is on sale at the store. I tell ya, you guys drive me crazy sometimes.
Did you hear about the boutique home-brewed batteries?? they cost alot but man are they transparent
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