[HCDX] Power Tank
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[HCDX] Power Tank

Hi all,

Just thought I'd let you all know something new in my
listening setup. I recently purchased a Clelestron Power Tank, mobile
power station. I needed it for power outages here in Clewiston. A few drops of rain seem to short out the power around here. Anyway, I decided to see how my NRD545 operated on DC power the other day using the Power Tank as the source. Let me tell you, I can really hear the difference between AC and DC power. The DC is so much quite(r) than AC power. My NRD545 seems like a new receiver to me.
The power tank only stays charged for about 24 hours and then I need to recharge it, but that's very easy during downtimes from my listening.


Clewiston Florida

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