Question about Philips PET702 Portable DVD Player
Actually, if you use AC power the battery is removed from the charging circuit so to speak. In other words the battery does not charge while the player is plugged into AC power. This may seem harmless, but in my experience with a PET702/37 it actually shortened the time the built-in battery will power the player. I started out with the player fully charged, letting it run down to power off and then fully charging before using again. I got a little lazy after about a year and started watching dvds with it always plugged into the AC. I now get less that an hour of run time unplugged. I believe I shortened the battery life by watching a lot with the player plugged in and the battery not fully charged. It's said the the LiPo batteries do not have a "memory" like older rechargeables, but my experience has proven otherwise.
Posted on May 02, 2011
Well I am not a technical person, but i imagine it should be possible to use all such products while they are charging.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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