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Runs through batteries

My MP3 seems to go through batteries like crazy. is this normal? how many hours should i be able to listen before i have to change them? b/c now it is not very many

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Most mp3 players that use batteries that you insert, will run them down very quick. Internal Ion batteries will last from 5-15hours when playing music. If you are using the video feature, 1-5 hours.

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