Question about Sharper Image Audio Players & Recorders
• LED indicator lights: blue = signal is being transmitted / white = headphones are charging
• Newly redesigned charging mechanism for foolproof charging
• Battery life: approximately 25 hours on a full charge
• Headphone batteries can be replaced by the owner if they wear down over time (2 AAA NiMH batteries required)
• Charging base plugs into an AC outlet
Sharper Image branded items purchased from SharperImage.com include a 1-year limited replacement warranty.
the following link is for a similar model that may help you to replace the batteries.
The following link is the quick start manual for your headset.
Posted on Apr 01, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the MDR-RF970R but I bet the battery is the same. If you have had the headphone for seceral years then I bet you are right, the battery is going. You might try using them till the battery dies and then recharge. This is called deep cycle and may time it will extend the life of rechargables.
If the headphones are new, then just check and make sure that they going all the way into the charge slot.
I will say it is not common for me to see the light off, but I use the headphones all the time.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
SOURCE: They Won't Charge!
Try to press the power boton in the same time you plug the charger, after this action mine is working and charging perfectly, maybe this is the "reset" solution... Hope this helps you.
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
See if there is any audio output connections on the front or rear, they will be round connectors one red one white otherwise known as Phone or RCA. You may then require a small adaptor to change the two connectors to on 3.5mm jack plug, you can buy these from any electronics shops.
Posted on Nov 21, 2011
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