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Offline dlh

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Source for REAL Ultralast batteries
« on: December 18, 2011, 08:23:15 AM »

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Twice I've ordered Ultralast batteries, and both sources have substituted Universals.
Where do you actually get Ultralast dvd batteries?
The good and the bad:
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480b, 460b, Line Audio CM3, SP LSD2, AT BP4025, SP C4,
MiniMe, MiniMP, AND ANNOUNCING the recent adoption of a Mini-Dac. The little bro's are SO excited  :yahoo:

DR-680, DR-100 MKII, PMD671, fr2LE, MTII

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Re: Source for REAL Ultralast batteries
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2011, 08:04:29 AM »
Looks like Wally World lists them online.  Buy.com, too.
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Re: Source for REAL Ultralast batteries
« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2011, 10:38:24 AM »
Problem is, one I bought from WallyWorld was pictured as the Ultralast, but they sent the 7.2v one in the second picture.
The lastest bait and switch battery was from Restockit (through Amazon), same scenario as WallyWorld.
Maybe I'll take my chances on ebay.  There was a long thread, humorous at times, about the Universal battery, but at least it was 9v, not 7.2.
The only piece I have that runs on 7.2v is the MiniMe; I have enough batteries for that.

So the search continues . . . . . .  :-\
480b, 460b, Line Audio CM3, SP LSD2, AT BP4025, SP C4,
MiniMe, MiniMP, AND ANNOUNCING the recent adoption of a Mini-Dac. The little bro's are SO excited  :yahoo:

DR-680, DR-100 MKII, PMD671, fr2LE, MTII

De gustibus non est disputandum.
"It's just this little chromium switch here.  You people are soo superstitious."

 

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