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Get Better Battery Life from a Radio Controlled (RC) Car


Most radio controlled (RC) cars rely on a rechargeable battery for
power. Obviously, the longer a battery lasts during use, the more fun
it is to own and use.

It's important to know that there are two major battery types for RC cars - Nickel Cadmium and Nickel Metal-Hydride. Proper handling of these two battery types is essential for getting the best performance and playtime out of an RC car.

How To Convert VHS Tapes to DVD Using a Computer with a Video Capture Card

If you have analog home videos, either VHS tapes or analog camcorder tapes (Hi-8, etc.), to convert into DVDs and your computer has a video capture card, this article will assist you with that process. To view other options to convert analog tapes to DVDs, read How To Convert Your VHS and Analog Camcorder Tapes to DVD first.

What You Need

In order to convert your analog tapes, you need to have the following:

How To Convert Your VHS and Analog Camcorder Tapes to DVD

Most people know of the benefits of upgrading from VHS to DVD. One of the biggest reasons is that videotapes degrade in quality over time. Everytime you stick one in your VCR and hit play, it's one step closer to never being watchable again. This means that many of those treasured moments captured on analog tape is at risk of being lost forever.

How to Play an iPod or Similar MP3 Player Through a Stereo

Connecting your iPod or other MP3 player to your home stereo gives you flexibility of not only finding songs and albums quickly and easily to play, but also allows you to play your favorite playlists through your stereo too!

All you need to hook it up to your stereo is a 1/8" to RCA connector cable that can be found at any electronics store. Set up is simple:

  1. Plug the single 1/8" plug into the headphone (or line out) jack on the MP3 player.

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