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OT (sort of) - Tailgating w/ a TV

Discussion in 'Patriots Fan Tailgate Meet Ups' started by TOzgood, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. TOzgood

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    Hello Gentlemen (and ladies),

    I am heading to the game this weekend with a bunch of friends and we want to bring a TV with us for the tailgate. We're interested in hooking up a TV with a playstation to play some Madden, etc. while we drink and wait for the game. Is there anyone that goes to these games and brings a TV with them? If so, what are the best options for power sources?

    I have read that some people bring generators - but if that's what it is going to take to get a 135watt TV running then we'll just leave it at home. However, I have been researching car power inverters (up to 300w) and was wondering if anyone had any success with using these?

    Thanks for any help you provide! Go Pats!
     

  2. jmt57

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    I've used power inverters and they work fine - and cost far less than a generator. Just be sure to start the car up frequently so you don't drain the battery.
     
  3. Triumph

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    Go to RadioShack. They can help you.

    Thats where I bought my power inverter and it works fine.
     
  4. signbabybrady

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    We used to hook up to a boat battery that we charged up before every game.

    We were powering a little mini TV 5 or 6 inches though not sure if the boat battery would work as long for a bigger TV and a playstation.
     
  5. PatsWickedPissah

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    Bring jumper cables with extensions and suck the nearest Prius dry
     
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    Yeah the inverters work pretty well. When I lived in SD we used one for the drive from san diego up to Oakland for game five of the alds in 03. We played PS2 and watched a 13'' tv the whole way up. It was great. Agree though, if you are going to run it with you car off, then bring jumper cables, and start your car regularly.
     

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