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Would There Be Any Interest In A Mobile Charger/Amplifier?

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JASII

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As posted above, I was thinking that it might be handy to have a mobile charger/amplifier that could be permanently mounted in a vehicle. That way a suitable speaker could be mounted, as well as an external antenna, much like the desktop charger.

Or, for that matter, has anybody here modified a desktop charger for mobile use? I suppose a power inverter could be used for 12 volt power and then a means to mount the device for vehicular use. Maybe some industrial strength Velcro could be used for mounting.
 

phirephoto

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The 'foot' of the amp charger appears to be attached to the charger by 3 screws. Should be easy to use that to mount it in a vehicle...
 
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