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As an owner of the original L3, I am wondering if anyone has heard of the possibility to upgrade to the new batteries? Also, I have the large 50hour unit - lots of time out and away, and one must have music- and I am wondering if the new lithium batteries can be doubled like the previous Ni-Mh's could? I am hoping that by keeping the larger case I can still have 50 plus hours. Appreciate the thoughts.   

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Originally Posted by stag View Post
 

As an owner of the original L3, I am wondering if anyone has heard of the possibility to upgrade to the new batteries? Also, I have the large 50hour unit - lots of time out and away, and one must have music- and I am wondering if the new lithium batteries can be doubled like the previous Ni-Mh's could? I am hoping that by keeping the larger case I can still have 50 plus hours. Appreciate the thoughts.   

 

Is this the L3 or the Lisa 3 ?  if it's the L3 i think you can probably email brad, and askem what it would cost for a straight swap, with you sending yours back. The battery pack should fit the exact same case as the L3.

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Still loving my Lisa lll, got the RCA redone a friend and now works again, what an awesome little amp!

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Originally Posted by xtreme4099 View Post
 

 

Is this the L3 or the Lisa 3 ?  if it's the L3 i think you can probably email brad, and askem what it would cost for a straight swap, with you sending yours back. The battery pack should fit the exact same case as the L3.

 

My apologies, it is the Lisa 3. Large bodied. 

post #1070 of 1070
No the new Batt will not fit LISA III
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