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Need Help with some Electronics!

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Written on: 03.03.2014 22:43
Posts: 1
Hey guys and gals of Roskilde Festival!

I'm here because I'm in a pinch. me and a mate built ourselves a sweet portable speaker set up with lots of bass and best of all Jeremy Clarkson approved POWAH.

But we want to add a DJ set up to the mix, I.E. A laptop and a turntable. Now the turntable I have is powered through a USB connection with the laptop, so that shouldn't be a big issue, but I would like the laptop to be running for a fair amount of time, like. An entire nights worth of preforming.

Is there any ideas or solutions out there for DJ peeps coming to Roskilde? How can we use the car battery we hooked up for our system to power our laptop, without wasting like 75% of the power faster than you can snap due to conversion.

Help me break Ohms law here.
Written on: 04.03.2014 10:05
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