Are you using the cheap AAA batteries? If you are, that's your problem. Try getting some more expensive batteries or even better get some rechargeable. That's what I did with my RCA Pearl. Bought the batteries yesterday and it's still working on the same battery almost 24 hours later. hope this helps. Good luck my friend.
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I h ave searched and found this and reviewed it. However, I cannot pin point the exact specs for this model. This is what I have reviewed http://www.voxxsupport.com/images/manuals/TH1100/media/TH1100_UMEN.pdf While reviewing this information I noticed that it did not say anything about the ability to charge a battery, but it did say to only charge rechargeable batteries. With this information I conclude that this unit doesn't have the capability to charge batteries. Unless the unit came with a rechargeable battery. In this case plug the unit in to your computer and leave it plugged in for 6 hours and see if this solves the problem Thanks, Cody
Some songs, esp. from svcs like Napster, have fixed licenses, so they will disappear after a while. Alternatively, your DB may have become corrupted, and you will have to upgrade the firmware to resolve the issue. As far as 2hrs battery life and 100 songs - all mp3 player boxes "lie" - their #'s are based on ideal conditions that don't actually exist in the real world. Those figures sound about right, depending on song length.
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In order: *The battery life specs listed by the manufacturers are based on ideal laboratory conditions, and are almost never right. (You'll also notice that you don't actually have a full 8GB's, and that it doesn't take as long to charge the unit as the manual suggests. And the big one - this player will not fit as many songs on it as the manual suggests.) *Four hours is not unusual. Sounds about right. *The battery is not replaceable on this particular unit. * If you can listen to your songs, they are formatted correctly. Mp3-format songs take up less space than wma's, so you can fit more mp3 on a player than wma's, usually.
Get a replacement from Philips if it seems abnormal and you are still under warranty. 8-9 hours is normal battery life for this unit - the product specs are "ideal" - not relaistic. No way to dim this unit.