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NOTICE RE SHINE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
Shine Fixed Point is an MP3 encoder. Copyright 1999-2000 Gabriel Bouvigne, 2001 Pete Everett, and other years by other contributors as indicated in the source code. This library is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Library General Public License below for more details.
The Shine library incorporated into the Koss Striva Cap product has been revised by Koss Corporation. Revisions Copyright 2012 Koss Corporation. The revised Shine library is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. The revised Shine library is available at http://www.koss.com/en/support/legal and distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 2.1.
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STRIVA Battery Information
Rechargeable batteries, including the rechargeable battery in the Product, lose charge capacity due to use. Dependent on your use and conditions, over time the battery will power the Product for less time and may eventually require replacement. The battery in the Product is not intended to be replaced by users and efforts to access the battery may damage the Product and void the 90-Day Limited Warranty for KOSS STRIVA Products.
What is the normal time of usage for a fully charged battery for each product?
STRIVA CAP - 3hrs
STRIVA TAP - 2hrs
STRIVA PRO - 15Hrs
What is the time to charge for each battery? From fully drained? From 50%?
STRIVA CAP - 1:40, 0:50
STRIVA TAP - 1:40, 0:50
STRIVA PRO - 4:30, 2:15
Batteries left in extreme cold or hot temperatures will have reduced performance and life.
The battery in the Product is not intended to be replaced by users and efforts to access the battery may damage the Product and void the 90-Day Limited Warranty for KOSS STRIVA Products.
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Striva Open Source Software
The Shine code is available for download via the FAQ page (all the way at the bottom)
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