Objective 2 (o2) Amp on a plane
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trivium911

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Hi Guys im wondering if I should bring my O2 amp on the plane, it has the rechargeable 9V batteries. just for reference it says Mayfield electronics on the front since it was NOT a DIY and I bought It like that. Im worried that they may take it away as they may find it suspicious. I also have the Fiio Q1 that I stack with my x3ii mostly for better battery but its a 16 hour first class flight and I was hoping to bring my O2 since I will have one of those large sleeping pods anyways with tons of room. Has anyone ever done this? The o2 will last about 8 hours but im sure there are 120 Volt plugs in the plane aswell since its first class. The main headphones im brining are Takstar pro 80s.
 
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  Hi Guys im wondering if I should bring my O2 amp on the plane, it has the rechargeable 9V batteries. just for reference it says Mayfield electronics on the front since it was NOT a DIY and I bought It like that. Im worried that they may take it away as they may find it suspicious. I also have the Fiio Q1 that I stack with my x3ii mostly for better battery but its a 16 hour first class flight and I was hoping to bring my O2 since I will have one of those large sleeping pods anyways with tons of room. Has anyone ever done this? The o2 will last about 8 hours but im sure there are 120 Volt plugs in the plane aswell since its first class. The main headphones im brining are Takstar pro 80s.


I should also mentioned im bringing a Nintendo 3ds, psvita, both my fiio x1 (for my wife) and the my x3ii for myself and a hybrid tablet/laptop and a few pairs of IEMs... Lol long flight. All of which will fit in my laptop bag.
 

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