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 Converter for DC

Recently found a PS2 Slim, still in the box, for thirty five bucks at a garage sale. Soon as i seen it I knew it would be a great addition to my car. Two questions: What should I look for in a converter?, and I have a Kinetic Energy dry cell battery. Would I be able to run the converter off of that battery and use the PS without turning the car on?

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get at least a 400 watt and yes the kinetic should run it fine with the car off..

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As long as you are not using a cheap flea market brand power inverter, a 150 watt inverter will work just fine for a PS2.  I have a 140 watt Tripp Lite that I've been using for about 6-7 years now with no issues at all.

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