Thanks. It really depends if you use standby and how long you go between starts. I have never had a problem. If I was going to be away I would just open the circuit breaker (or take out the fuse if you go that route) from the battery. You are more likely to drain your battery having the computer on. I now use two batteries so it's not an issue.
Opus with iBase 896 and Pentium M 735 Transflective Xenarc Alpine DVA-9861, PXA-H900, Sinfoni 45X2 (2) 90x2, Genesis Dual Mono, JL 1000/1 (2), Focal Be tweeters, ScanSpeak Revelator Mids, Dynaudio MW170, Dayton 12" Ref.
Ummm yes, maybe, sounds good, and don't know. I really don't know what class I should be in. I have never competed so I really don't know what to expect.
ahh - well I HIGHLY suggest it. Since I've been competing I've gained a whole new appreciation for this stuff. And no, it's not because I like to hear from other people about my car like some people seem to think.
I like the challenge.
I'd recommend starting off for a show or two in the Basic class and just give it a go, you might just get bit!
to adeel: the only reason you would kill your battery is if you didn't utilize the shut down features that these PSUs have built into them. You have 3 options (technically 4 I guess)