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It depends on whether or not you want to risk over discharging one of the batteries. Your device should be ok but you should be prepared to regularly charge the batteries, the battery with the lowest mAh capacity will generally be the first battery to die in your device. If you got a smart charger you can figure out how much remaining mAh the older batteries carry by refreshing those. I generally use the older batteries for low end equipment such as remotes, wireless keyboard/mice. Keeping the batteries in a pack will help keep them running longer. If i need to mix and match i always keep a full charge on the batteries to prevent overdischarging and the pack to lose it's equilibrium between each battery, but it's rare now considering i have plenty of rechargeables to work with now.
Sep 22, 2014 by Midnight Distortions
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I don't know for certain but I suspect any decent charger would supply an adequate charge. It has more to do with the batteries ability to hold a charge. But if you want to be certain the batteries live up to your expectations, for the relatively low cost difference of the charger and battery pack, its engineered pairing, I'd go with the set and recycle the older chargers.
Aug 29, 2014 by David L.
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Yes, if your cordless phone uses AAA rechargeable batteries. I used them in my Panasonic KX-TGA101S cordless phone and they work fine; actually have more power than the original Panasonic batteries. You can't go wrong on the price, either.
Jan 14, 2015 by C V Bloomquist
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Yes they are perfect for your remotes, computer deceives and more. When they are low you can recharge them with a NiMh Charger.
20 days ago by Working Man
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The Best Rechargeable 9 volt NiMh is made by Rayovac. Eneloop has no plans to create a 9 volt.
Jan 19, 2015 by Working Man
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It greatly depends on what the problem is and whether these batteries would work better. One being is what kind of batteries is in the headset and 2 how much mAh they are rated at. Secondly is whether the headset can charge the batteries without overcharging them. The third problem is whether the headset does indeed take a lot of power out of the batteries and what the cut off voltage setting the headset has. One option is to try these batteries out and see if they work better and the other option along with trying the new batteries out is to get a smart charger that can individually charge batteries, has a negative delta v cut off, and overheat protection.
Sep 22, 2014 by Midnight Distortions
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I use a charger I already had. I believe the one I use is energizer.
Mar 14, 2015 by amanda
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Is this 1.2v? Jun 22, 2014
Yes, all standard NiMH, whether low discharge or regular, are 1.2V (except, of course, NiMH 9V). Tammie Thomas Distributing
Jun 23, 2014 by Thomas Distributing
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