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hey fellas,

I was thinking about hooking up my PSOne into my Supra and besides getting a power inverter and hooking that up tto the cigarette lighter, is there any other way to run the power inverter? I wanted to know b/c my radar detector is running off my cigarette lighter and I wanted to keep that there. Also can you recommend a good power inverter to get in the market? Thanks a lot.
 

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Gee, I hope I'm not the only ignorant one here.. If it is the case then forgive the stupid question....

What is a PSOne and what kind of amperage does it need to operate.

That will tell me which power inverter to recommend.

I'll also tell ya where to purchase it.

Thanks

Tom Kenyon
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210-340-4000
 

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Originally posted by Thomas Kenyon:
<STRONG>Gee, I hope I'm not the only ignorant one here.. If it is the case then forgive the stupid question....

What is a PSOne and what kind of amperage does it need to operate.

That will tell me which power inverter to recommend.

I'll also tell ya where to purchase it.

Thanks

Tom Kenyon
Custom Sounds
San Antonio, Texas
210-340-4000</STRONG>

Hey Thomas, it is a Sony Playstation but only smaller. It says in the manual that it needs 120v AC, 60hz. I don't know if that helps or not. I am planning on getting a Whistler 300watt Power Inverter with a peak of 600watts. Is this the right inverter to get? Thanks again.
 

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The power inverter you plan on getting is more than enough. You can hardwire it into your fuse box so it shuts on and off with the car, therefore you will not have to worry if you forgot to turn things off.

The full size Playstation operates at 120 watts. I assume you bought the mini PSX for $99. It will work smoothly with the power inverter you plan on purchasing. I have a 140watt one from Tripp Lite(the power surge protector company). It powers my Panasonic DVD player.
 
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