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Old 10-08-2020, 07:28 PM
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I bought my s1 used on reverb for 500. It came with the backpack but no battery.
I bought a new battery from amazon. When I got the s1 I updated the firmware before installing battery.
I charged the battery while trying out the s1 for about a week. I removed the battery and stored it all for a month.
When I reinstalled the battery it was asleep and still fully charged.
I've also had excellent results using the battery with s1 unplugged.

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Leave the battery in the S1and store it, checking the battery level with the app every couple of days or a week and see how long it takes to drop to 90%.
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Old 10-09-2020, 06:18 AM
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I did. It took a couple of weeks to get to 90% (but I was playing guitars, piano, and bluetooth music thru it).
It is now fully charged and is 100% 5 days later.
Note I've been testing and watching the battery because of this thread.
I guess I got a good one https://reverb.com/item/34405902-bos...show_sold=true
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