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Logitech Z-640

Discussion in 'Sound, Music, and Intercom' started by headcrab, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. headcrab

    headcrab Active Member

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    I found a Logitech Z-640 (5.1 speaker system, yes, I know it's consumer grade) today and am wondering if there is any way to run it at 12VDC. I want to be able to run it off a 12V 33AH lead acid batteries I pulled from an old UPS. Is there a way to do this without completely destroying it?
    I considered running it from an inverter but the efficiency kind of puts me off.
    Thanks.
     
  2. TheDonkey

    TheDonkey Active Member

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    You may have to take apart the casing that the power cord goes into to see if there's any voltage conversion circuitry, figure out what voltage it outputs, then get a converter from 12-___VDC

    That's about the only way really.

    If the amp runs 120V(Unlikely) then you'll have to go full inverter.
     

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