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  • Help Identifying "Custom" Wiring in BeoMaster 8000?

    My forays into the damaged BeoMaster 8000 documented in another thread have uncovered some non-standard wiring that is as-of yet unexplained. While I doubt anyone will be able to remotely decipher what this wiring does, I figured I'd post some details up anyway. I'm personally waaay out of my...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by trymes on Tue, Oct 2 2012
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000
  • Beomaster 8000 right channel went up in smoke, what to do next?

    Hey guys, My first post here at beoworld. My parents had an old Beomaster 8000 set in the garage (beomaster, beocord, beogram and beovox ms150) which has been unused for 8 years or so. We brought the set back to life two days ago. All the devices have their problems, but the beomaster was working ok...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by BeoMaster4 on Sun, Oct 21 2012
    Filed under: repair, BeoMaster 8000, right channel, failure
  • Most sought-after vintage B&O

    Hi all, I guess this will be my first post here at Beoworld forums! Hello First, I am a big fan of B&O products, in terms of design at least. Because I have little to no experience with B&O in terms of sound. The only encounter I can remember is some 70s gear all in rosewood that my uncle had...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Per on Tue, Nov 20 2012
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000, rl140, ranking, vintage, rl6000, 90s, 70s, 80s
  • Beomaster 8000, displaying 888 and another not working at all

    Hi guys, A while a go I got my parents old beomaster 8000 running after some time of hibernation. After three days of use the right amplifier went bust. I posted a topic about it here: http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/t/3158.aspx I took out both amplifier boards and completely rebuilt the right one with...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by BeoMaster4 on Thu, Dec 6 2012
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000, 888, no standby, cpu, display
  • Beomaster 8000 - Where to get one serviced in South Central UK?

    Hi, So I took the plunge and bought a BeoMaster 8000 on eBay. Cosmetically it's in great condition, but I can't get it to make a peep :( When I first turned it on all the LED's lit up, and I was able to adjust radio frequency & volume. I plugged in an iPod, but couldn't get it to...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by thewoo on Fri, Feb 8 2013
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000
  • Throwing the dice on a Beomaster 8000

    New though I am to the delights of vintage B&O, I continue to suffer an itch for more that resists scratching. To that end I've been cruising the popular auction site for a BM 8000 to use with my most excellent Beogram 8002. In scanning the ads they all need repair, not surprising given their...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Cplyons on Sat, Feb 2 2013
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000, beomaster., beogram 8002
  • Beomaster 8000 Restoration

    Hi All, I recently started restoring a Beomaster 8000, and it turned out that it had a broken link to the controls lid damper. I 3D printed a fairly well-fitting replacement with a Makerbot II. I printed a few more, i.e. if anyone needs this part...beolover@gmail.com Details as usual on my blog: http...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Beolover on Fri, Jun 13 2014
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000, lid, cover, link, plexiglass, controls
  • Beomaster 8000 tuner problem

    Hello I cam across a BM8000 with some problems. Half of the led were dead but got them all working again (bad connection between board) Remaining problem is this: TP1, TP2, PH works perfect. But the tuner is another story I get noice ((like between two channel noice). Added to this noice: a "pulsing"...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Lofke on Tue, May 13 2014
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000
  • Beomaster 8000, loudest volume after stand-by.

    Hey guys, I just bought a beomaster 8000 and it seems to function well, all functions seem to work however, every time i get it out of standby the volume is automatically 6.0, enough to scare the neighbors and ruin my speakers, that's for sure... Any thoughts?
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Milo on Mon, Sep 7 2015
    Filed under: BeoMaster 8000
  • Beomaster 8000 vs. Beocenter 9000

    Looking for help in deciding what to do with older B&O components. Own Beomaster 8000 that has had one expensive repair and recently failed again. I have a Beocord 9000 (not working) and a working Beogram 8002. A local service tech has suggested a trade for the above components plus $400 USD and...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by beogirl177 on Mon, Jan 18 2016
    Filed under: beocenter 9000, BeoMaster 8000
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