Sharp MP3 player batteries are specifically designed for each MP3 player brand and model. AtBatt.com offers a complete line of batteries and compatible replacements for most Sharp MP3 player. We have developed a Sharp MP3 Player Battery Select Technology that will guide you in choosing the correct battery and ac adapter for your Sharp MP3player. Your first step is to choose your model from the list below.
How can I increase my playtime on my Sharp MP3 player? To maximize your playtime, it is recommended you use your headphones and turn the volume down to half and set the backlight down to the minimum needed. Also purchasing an additional spare battery or an external battery as a secondary power source is recommended.
Can I recharge my battery while I play? Yes, you can recharge your player’s battery at any time, including when it is in use. However, your recharging time will take longer.
Does the battery have to be totally drained before I can recharge it? We recommend charging the battery pack completely before its first use or after it has not been used for a long period of time. Typically a battery should be discharged and recharged at least once every three to six months.
What factors affect my Sharp MP3 player’s battery life? • Type of storage device – Sharp MP3 players that use a hard disk drive (HDD) to store the music usually tend to use up more power since the disk(s) must continuously be rotated as new files are accessed. Solid state (SSD or flash) drives tend to be the more efficient of the two since they require no moving parts to access files. • Volume – The higher the volume you set your Sharp MP3 player to, the more power it will require. • Size of headphones – Large headphones require more power to operate their speakers. • Navigating through the menus – The more you navigate through the Sharp MP3 player’s menus, the more power it requires to respond to each of your commands. If you have a “shuffle” feature, it is recommended to extend runtimes.