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My problem concerns my new Philips SBC HC8445 wireless headphones. After using them for some time, the sound starts to cut in and out. First I thought it was because batteries were running low, but after recharging them, I figured it couldn't be that. After that the headphones sure worked fine for some hours, but then it began again. In the user's manual they said that batteries can work up to 16 hours, but my problems begin after 4-5 hours of use. Is there something wrong or am I just estimating the time of use incorrectly? Should I take the headphones back to the shop?

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