I am a Chinese DJ. In June 2022, I bought
a great job !! tell me what battery did you put in please !!
Four sets of 12V lithium batteries
my idea instead would be to put two jacks and take the audio from the two speakers by inserting two converters from high level to low level! like those used on car radios without amplifier outputs !! so as to also have the output for the monitor speakers for the booth controlled by the speaker potentiometer!
the problem that by modifying the product you lose the warranty
Good idea, you can try it
The Prime Go seems to have started a trend
Great idea, any pictures of inside / how it was done & wired up?
If there’s a speaker volume control then just take a feed from that to a socket. No need to do any “high to low” level conversion.
It’s not like he would lose a lot. Denon post sale warranty is almost non existent.
This is awesome. I am going to do this. I need it to last 4h30 or maybe 5h… more than the Denon Prime Go anyway. Can you share any more about how you did this, maybe a pic of the inside and the type of batteries? Many thanks!
These images don’t seem to have uploaded properly - would it be possible to email or pm? Thank you!
Has been sent to mailbox
Hi Gus. Just a tip: I would remove your e-mail address to avoid spammers, as these are also seen publicly without a forum account. DM each other to exchange info if need be.
can you try uploading images again, other people would like to see. how many batteries did it take? where was there space inside the unit for them?
I tried to upload photos again. I used four sets of 11.1V lithium batteries and a set of 5.5V 10Fx3 super capacitors assembled by myself in series Uploading: 002.jpg… Uploading: 微信图片_20220904230705.jpg…
Bravo! Two awesome mods right there!
The handle/riser is genius and a very clean execution.
7 hours playback on battery power is also very impressive. Can I ask, have you implemented any type of battery level monitor or safe/auto shutdown system?