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Wireless output for beomaster?

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Stump28
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Stump28 posted on Thu, Oct 12 2017 8:27 PM

hi all, I’m running a Beogram 1000 and beomaster 1000 which I’d like to output to a wireless speaker. Does anyone know if this is a viable option? I know wireless adapters are available however they all seem to connect via rca cable. Has anyone managed or know if an rca option can be converted to the 2 pin din on the beomaster?

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Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Hi Stump28,

Which model of wireless speaker do you wish to connect please?  We can then suggest a suitable solution (if one exists!)

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Saint Beogrowler
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This is what I did once. Cheap line level attenuator with 2 pin din ends to a cheap bluetooth transmitter to bluetooth speakers and headphones. It works but the low quality of the components I used was evident in the sound reproduction.

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Stump28
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It’s a Sony srs z7r wireless speaker. Sounds promising that there’s a solution although if the trade off in sound quality I might have to rethink

Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Hi Stump28

Thanks for this, you can use the Tape output of the Beomaster with any Bluetooth transmitter that supports ad hoc pairing to give a wireless connection without compromising on sound quality.

Please let me know which model of Transmitter you choose and I will be pleased to advise on the cable you need.

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Stump28
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Hi Steve, the model I’d seen and had recommended was the Neet airstream

Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Hi Stump28,

Neet Airstream (along with Apple Airport Express, Goggle Chromecast Audio and Spotify Gramofon) is a wireless receiver, intended to pick up a wireless signal from a mobile device and be cabled directly to a music system or active speaker.

What you need is a bluetooth transmitter instead, this will need to be one that supports ad hoc (also know as "peer to peer") pairing, ie. one with a "pair" button that doesn't need to have the pairing process initiated by a smart device such as a phone.

I'm not aware of any good quality bluetooth transmitters currently on the market that support this, but maybe other Beoworlders could advise?

Kind regards, Steve.

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