Sam Spoons wrote:Maybe my expectations are too high but, as Bose have acknowledged that there is a fault, I don't think so in this case.
No, I don't think your expectations are too high at all. It shouldn't discharge as quickly as it does, and it is definitely a design or manufacturing fault.
My only point is that I don't think the practical consequences are significant for the majority of its owners/users in normal applications and usage. Clearly, your requirements are unusual and more demanding than most.
WRT your Nagra, the battery drain while in storage is, I assume, the known consequence of the design choices made rather than a fault?
Yes, quite. Like so many modern devices, it is running some processes in the background all the time, so some degree of battery drain over time is inevitably.
Anyway, I'll switch the S1 on for a minute or so tonight, 2 days after charging it, and fully expect it to be registering 100%. Will keep you posted.
BTW Hugh, did you have the opportunity to check if your S1 actually has the issue.
Yes, it's been stored in my man-cave for a month or so, and when I flicked it on to check yesterday it was flat.