It is ok to replace my battery in another one...

I have a bluetooth JBL headphones I opened it up and I saw the battery is 3.7v and 170mAh,I saw on the internet battery that have 3.7v and 1000mAh and then I have an idea to replace my old one, so my question is if I can replace any 3.7v battery that I want with the old one? Thank you.

by OriCohenV7
May 18, 2019

It is okay to replace it with a higher mAh battery so long as the voltage is the same. For simplicity, you can basically think of the mAh rating as "capacity". The higher the value, the longer your headphones will run before requiring another charge. It will also require longer to charge them to full though.

by nathon
May 18, 2019
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