Finding the Right MP3 Battery
While older MP3 players often use standard AA or AAA batteries, many modern devices have built in batteries. Before you buy a new MP3 battery, make sure it will work with your device – and that you have the ability and tools needed to replace it.
What Affects Battery Life?
Most MP3 players have an estimated time span that it can operate for with a fully charged battery. While these numbers can be an indication of how long the device can last on a single charge, the actual lifespan will be affected by a number of circumstances. Here are a few things that will impact the lifespan of your MP3 player’s battery:
- Volume – The louder you listen to your music, the quicker you’ll drain the battery. The device has to use more power to create louder sounds.
- Screen Display – If you frequently check your devices screen, or leave the screen on for long periods of time, your battery won’t last as long between charges.
- Temperature – Using your device in extreme temperatures, hot or cold, can impact the life of the battery.
Our Other MP3 Services and Products
You can make sure you get the most from your new battery by keeping your battery charged. If you’ve misplaced the charger that came with your phone (or if you never had one to begin with), check out our selection to find one that works with your device.
Batteries Plus Bulbs also offers Apple iPod repair services. Whether it’s a broken screen or a faulty charger port, the associates at your local Batteries Plus Bulbs store can help.
Recycling MP3 Batteries
Batteries Plus Bulbs is also an industry leader for MP3 battery recycling. Learn more about our recycling programs for consumers and businesses.
You can also visit your nearest store for more information on your area’s recycling regulations.