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  • The sound of 1963 (or so)

    Today I have been listening to complete music system of the sixties. I have of course been listening to the individual product many times, but since I recently found the speakers of the same period I can now listen to the full system The amplifier is the “HI FI Stereo forstærker” 608...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Sun, Feb 24 2013
    Filed under: Speaker Type M, HI FI AMplifier 608, 42V, Classic Audio
  • Re: The sound of 1963 (or so)

    [quote user="chartz"] Well done Frede! A beautiful truly vintage system! Now, of course, I want one! I guess that the speakers are very hard to come by though... there is a 41F for sale at the moment. [/quote] You are right, I think the most rare product is the two golden high tone speakers...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Sun, Feb 24 2013
    Filed under: Classic Audio
  • New sonic quality level ....................

    Tonight I have been listening to my new total restored Beolab 5000! And I have never experienced anything like the sonic quality level of this restoration. I must say I have listened to a few Beolab 5000’s and I have every time enjoyed the fantastic sonic quality, but tonight the normal high level...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Mon, Apr 15 2013
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000
  • Re: New sonic quality level ....................

    The output capacitors are also audio grade quality. I have been reading a lot regarding the improved quality by using audio grade parts, and for some of my work on Quad amplifiers I normally use audio grade parts. That was the reason to try to get these parts for a Beolab 5000 two. First of all the parts...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Tue, Apr 16 2013
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000
  • Re: New sonic quality level ....................

    I have now tested the Beolab 5000. The test result is very close to the original specifications, some specification like distortion is lower. If I compare with a “normal” full restored Beolab 5000, tested after the same restoration process but no upgrade to AUDIO GRADE parts the test result...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Wed, Apr 17 2013
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000
  • Privat survey of Beolab 5000 - Beomaster 5000 producs

    "Transferred from the archived forum --- I am still collecting these information" I am trying to find out the production qty of the classic Beolab 5000 type 5303 and the Beomaster 5000 type 2005 of 1967-72 . This is possible by knowing / identifying the serial number and the series of the products...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Fri, Jun 7 2013
    Filed under: Beomaster 5000, Classic Audio, Beolab 5000
  • Beocenter 4000 1978 - 1980 version - no speaker output - Help!!!

    Hi Everyone, I just wanted to ask if anyone knows what could be wrong with my Beocenter 4000 I was listening to it this morning all was fine, I changed one of the fm presets and pushed the popup part back down that lives under the chrome flap on the top of the unit it was working fine and sounded great...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Lewis T on Wed, Dec 25 2013
    Filed under: repair, Beocenter, failure, speakers, vintage, noise, becenter, Classic Audio, speaker channel, speaker, volume problem, volume, amplifier, vintage., beocenter 4000
  • Re: Moving Coil - Beolab 5000 (1967)

    [quote user="Dave Farr"] Hi Frede, I hope you're feeling a bit better. As I've ordered the Beogram 3000 Thorens TD124MkII combination from you, I may be interested in one of these modules - of course, it depends on cost and availability. Dave. [/quote] Hi Dave, Thank you very much ...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Mon, Jul 28 2014
    Filed under: Beogram 3000, Classic Audio, Beolab 5000, Moving Coil
  • Re: Moving Coil - Beolab 5000 (1967)

    The moving coil module for Beolab 5000 is build and playing. I am really surprised – the sonic quality of a vinyl record played by a Moving Coil cartridge like the famous Ortofon and my new moving coil RIAA module with stepup transformer (the original microphone transformer from a Beolab 5000)...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Mon, Jul 28 2014
    Filed under: Beogram 3000, Classic Audio, Beolab 5000, Moving Coil
  • a classic

    It is sometimes a little tempting to do things different. Lately I have restored some pairs of Beovox 2500 Cube for customers to a very near mint condition. I have found a very, very good subcontractor for the painting process of the Beovox 2500 Cube. 90% af the Cubes need to be repainted. Yes - this...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Wed, May 7 2014
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beovox 2500 Cube
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