Steve-thanks so much for the info. I was beginning to think I was whacky.
It sounds like Zoom has an issue here. I am going to call SamsonTech
tomorrow and try to work out a return/replacement with a working unit. The
M10 is a very nice looking unit, but it is twice the cost of the H1. It was
a lot easier justifying purchase of the H1.
On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 9:50 PM, carlstephen koto <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Hey Frank,
> The battery drain problem is well known and is said to be the result of a
> problem capacitor in a couple of batches of the H1.
> You should return it and get a new one.
> BTW I have a Sony M10 and love it.
> Steve Koto
> On Dec 13, 2010, at 5:16 AM, Frank Strauss wrote:
> > Hello all-As a result of an October post, I bought a Zoom H1 recordedr.
> > is, for the most part, a very nice little unit. Having said that, the
> > one I got would discharge a battery in about a day and half, with the
> > turned off. I returned it and got a replacement. It also discharges the
> > battery in about a day and a half. If anyone else is using this unit,
> > you had similar battery performance? Is it possible that you can only
> > this unit by taking the battery out while it's not being used? I don't
> > doing that, but you have to re-enter the date and time info every time
> > battery is removed and then replaced. Thanks.
> > --
> > Frank B Strauss, DMD
Frank B Strauss, DMD