Can you help me with the battery for rq-sx35 cassette player
the batterys is known as a gum stick battery and can be found on ebay for a few quid,
Now you may find the voltage is about 1.2v and about 500/700mah
1.2v = the voltage and you must stick to this, Mah is how many hours the battery will last and now you will probably fine them in excess of 1000mah this also not an issue
The issue you may have is ni-cd or Ni-mh - if you have a ni-cd these are much harder to get, mainly from china on ebay for about £3 item 361298337890 or nicd from china is 400856146442 at £2.20 but will take a month to arrive
i do not know these sellers . so please view feedback of these sellers before buying
If its Ni-Mh you should be fine to swap it out, however a higher Mah will take longer to charge in the supplied charger but will last longer in use.
I cannot be certain if its safe to charge a ni-mh in a ni-cd only charger - if you can it will take a long time, and i cannot say how safe it would be.
a work around would be to purchase a desktop ni-mh charger for about £8 thats take all size battery's from aaa - d size as gum stick battery will fit inside the spring clips, but you must take great care on + and - poles and is the correct type and voltage its just a flat shape instead of round, but if u do go down this way by a standard charger not a superfast 1 or 2 hours as it just heats the battery's up too much
hope this helps
Aug 25, 2014 |
Audio Players & Recorders