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Old 7th August 2007, 07:27 AM   #11
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Which type of power supply gives the best sound quality for less than $300? Wouldn't a battery powered unit provide the cleanest most isolated juice
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Probably yes, but if supply is not weak (powerfull enough) you shouldn't hear any diffrence between all of them, but battery is probably best
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Which type of power supply gives the best sound quality for less than $300? Wouldn't a battery powered unit provide the cleanest most isolated juice
You don't have to spend $300.
Battery is not always the cleanest.
Battery is the most isolated.
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Which type of power supply gives the best sound quality for less than $300? Wouldn't a battery powered unit provide the cleanest most isolated juice
I am little confused about the battery, is there a certain audio battery? or car batteries (has to have right cable) also work?, seems like it would have to be setup to recharge.

Is there a website with a particular battery with recharge capability built in for a reasonable price?

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