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Power & Batteries
Batteries may seem like a pretty minor accessory, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Without them, a lot of our musical equipment simply wouldn't work. That's why it never hurts to have a supply of batteries at the ready. Ranging from standard double and triple A's, to rechargeable batterers, to speciality chargers designed for specific amps, this section is home to a variety of batteries and chargers to suit the needs of musicians, audio engineers and anyone who depends on battery power to run their gear.
Speaking of running gear, think about the instruments and equipment you have in your performance space or studio that need batteries. Are you a vocalist who hits the stage with a headset or wireless mic? Perhaps you're a guitarist that counts on a stomp box to add effects to their shred-worthy solos? Many effects pedals and PA devices rely on 9V, 3V and alkaline batteries to keep them going. The Fender 9 Volt Single, the Ansmann CR 2032 3V Coin Cell and the Electro-Harmonix 9V are all great examples of batteries to have on hand for those times when the ones you're using kick the bucket. Need more than one 9 volt? Pick up a 2-pack of Duracells or Fenders, you'll find them both here.
If you're going through batteries like there's no tomorrow, using rechargeable batteries may be the best option for you. Ansmann has a whole slew of rechargeable options in lots of different sizes. Economical and easy to use, batteries like the Ansmann AA 2500 Max-E Batteries, the Ansmann AAA 1100 Rechargeable Batteries and the Ansmann AA 2850 Slimlines can all be reused up to 1000 times. And while you're here, check out the Energy 16 Plus Charger from Ansmann - it can charge 1-12 AAA or AA batters, 1-2 (V NiMH rechargeable batteries and has 2 5V, 1 amp USB charging ports that are compatible with iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and other 5V USB electronics.
While there pros and cons to using rechargeable and disposable batteries, the type you choose comes down to your personal preferences and needs as a musician. If you want your performance to be the best it can, you need to be prepared - and any one of these batteries will help make that happen.