From: "Samuel West"
Subject: Re: Speakers In a School Locker
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Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 13:58:22 GMT
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> On Mon, 07 Oct 2002 02:39:17 -0700, Kevin Kilzer
> >Anyway, its not the batteries in the discman that are the problem --
> >its the final amplifier. Specifically, the amplifier is designed to
> >drive high-impedance headphones and you have a low-impedance set of
> >speakers. You need an amplifier that has a high-impedence input and
> >is designed to drive speakers. Lucky for you, this is a very common
> >type of amplifier, and can be found at most auto-supply stores.
> >BTW, aren't you concerned that a pair of 8-inch subwoofers (even
> >though that's an oxymoron), will draw the attention of officials other
> >than "the staff around the locker"? You may not want to spend much on
> >this project, since it is likely that it will be confiscated.
> Howzabout a car power amp and a car battery? You should be able to get
> both from your nearest scrapyard.
Problem with that, it is 100% illegal to house a currently used car battery
without proper insilation inside. Since ya know...if it leaks the fumes
would kill people and stuff..(that would be bad)