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New Owner Of Micro Spider. . Battery Question..

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I am a new owner of Micro Spider.. I have 2 basic questions..

 

1. Can I use Ni-MH 1.2V rechargeable batteries? Will it operate?

 

2. Can I charge them if I have them in the amp through AC/Supply?

 

You will help me a lot.... thanks!

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6 x 1.2 = 7.2

 

6 x 1.5 = 9

 

with a difference of almost 2 volts, the amp might not operate correctly. there is no mention of a charger integral to the amp in the pilots guide

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6 x 1.2 = 7.2

 

6 x 1.5 = 9

 

with a difference of almost 2 volts, the amp might not operate correctly. there is no mention of a charger integral to the amp in the pilots guide

That was my doubt... (about voltage).... are 1.5V rechargeable C batteries available?

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Thanks a lot !! :D I hope that alkaline will work without problems (leaking mainly)....

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to avoid them leaking, take them out. i use them all the time and i can't remember them leaking on me.

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What is the usual capacity of alkaline battreies? Some suggestions (trade mark, capacity, charger)?

 

I found also some NiZn rechargable batteries (1.6V) with 2800 MaH.

 

Do Alkaline last longer than NiZn??

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The only solution I found for me (Greece) , is this combination:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2x-Rayovac-Size-C-LR14-Rechargeable-Alkaline-Batteries-1-5volt-5050-mAh-New-/330944692584?pt=UK_ConsumerElectronics_Batteries_SM&hash=item4d0dd74168

 

And

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Free-shipping-US-EU-PLUG-non-rechargeable-Alkaline-Battery-Charger-Green-product-/231008438574?pt=Battery_Chargers&hash=item35c92d092e

 

Could you tell me what do use for amp? (Battery capacity, brand name and charger)

 

I hope I'll won't bother again... (and sorry for my poor English) :-)

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My goal is to have about 10 hours of use per day (approx.)...

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i don't use a battery powered amp. my experience with batteries is general usage 

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