Originally Posted by tomas21
Appreciate the sarcasm Greg.
I was not being sarcastic. Everyone on here resides in a different city or country, and do not have access to local information, unless they know where you live, and how large of a town, if there are any local places you can go to, to get the battery.
We are not here to do your homework for you, just to point people in the direction they need to go to get there. I personally unless I am being paid by someone in return for doing their work or fixing something, I am not going to go out and research anymore than I have to, to give someone an idea how to find stuff.
As for this instance, you wanted to know where to get the battery, I gave you two options. If you want anymore, suggest learning how to use either the Dexknows.com website to look up local battery suppliers, or search engines like Google, yahoo, dogpile, altavista, bing, or even eBay or Amazon to find the product you need.
As for what I stated in using a transformer in place of single batteries, not that hard to do, you just need to figure out the total amp draw of all the speakers, how long of a run, and then you can size the transformer to power all the units. If you want to use a deep cycle battery, same thing. You will need to know how much amp draw of all the speakers power controller circuit, and then figure a way to attach the leads from the battery, and then decide if you want them in series or parallel, depending how how long you wish to keep that single or even two batteries in a bank to power the speakers.
If you just want replacement batteries, see the above and learn how to use the tools the Internet has to offer.