DAT-heads Digest #146
ISO Rolling Stones Qwest Field Seatle Oct 17th 2006 Recording (rocknrolljourney)
Re: Re: MicroTrack 24/96 power & assorted other questions (firstname.lastname@example.org)
From: rocknrolljourney <email@example.com>
Subject: ISO Rolling Stones Qwest Field Seatle Oct 17th 2006 Recording
Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 21:58:32 +0900
I am looking for a recording of the Rolling Stones Oct 17th 2006 Qwest
Field Seattle, WA USA. I have several DAT Stones shows and am willing to
tape a future show of any artists in Osaka Japan for you. Please feel
free to e-mail me if you have anything to offer.
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Subject: Re: Re: MicroTrack 24/96 power & assorted other questions
Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 12:52:03 -0400 (EDT)
There are several off-the-shelf solar chargers/DC voltage suppliers available these days.
Try Fry's Electronics, Best Buy, or even Camping World and other RV stores.
They come in all sizes, from small pocket carry-able units designed to power a cell phone,
up to 6'x8' roof mount panels for full-sized motorhomes and buses, that will allow you to
camp off the grid indefinitely.
I converted a mid-sized one (8"x12" opened) that supplied the correct voltage/amperage to power
a D8/SBM-1 combo a few years ago. Had to solder on the right set of co-ax power plugs, but it was
a simple "bolt on" operation... ;)
If you have a multi-day fest, buy 2 - one runs the rig in daylight hours, the other charges the
battery supplies for the nighttime sets... Repeat as necessary...
From: Dennis Bathory-Kitsz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: MicroTrack 24/96 power & assorted other questions
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 09:06:17 -0400
At 09:50 PM 5/16/2007 EDT, email@example.com wrote:
>Long time since I've posted, hope everyone doing well! Is there a way
>to externally power the MicroTrack 24/96? The battery setup it has
>looks to be a pain in the butt in festival situations.
I use this:
It is a USB power supply, so recharges the 2496 on the fly.
Since it uses AA batteries, you can take one of them with
a pocket of AAs. It's also an LED flashlight for when you
screw something up. :)
There's also this sort of thing, but if you're in a festival for
days and nights, there won't be a way to recharge it:
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