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Old 10th November 2015 , 05:49 PM
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Default Battery powered 12v PA

Hi there,
I'm looking to create a portable PA system for a party in hosing, I have a fairly large speaker that is very old, I know nothing about and cannot be identified. I am using numerous 12v 7ah SLA batteries and was going to run an inverter to then plug in my amplifier.

My question is if I where to run the power directly to a 12 T class amplifier would I still be able to get a lot of sound. You must appreciate that sound quality is not my priority, I'm looking for the loudest portable speaker possible.

Thanks,
Sam.
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