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I CAN ONLY GET ABOUT 2 HRS OF LISTENING TIME NOT SIX

IS THE BATTERY IN THE SYSTEM GOING BAD

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  • lcope Dec 27, 2008

    3 YEARS

  • mimesremo May 11, 2010

    how long have you had it?

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Then yes, i think you should get a new device. either that, or if you have an extended warranty that would still cover this, you may be able to send it back to the company and get a new one free of charge!

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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