From: email@example.com (Bob Wilson)
Subject: Re: Speakers In a School Locker
Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 02:46:02 -0000
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In article <2qgo9.66866$Pz.firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
> wrote in message
>> 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)
100% rubbish! There is nothing "illegal' about it, and a car battery does
not produce ANY "fumes" when being used. It CAN produce some hydrogen during
improper charging, but there is nothing poisonous about that. Further,
adding "insilation" (I assume you mean "insulation") will do nothing.