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  • Re: Comparison BV 4-65, 12-65 and Avant 75 ( Black Level)

    The BV12 65 allegedly uses the same "glass" (aka panel) as my Panasonic VT series 65 inch, and when looking at the BV 12 in the store I can believe it, performance seemed the same, in other words excellent, great blacks. I would point out that there is also another performance parameter that is as important as absolute black level, and that's shadow detail, how good the panel is at showing intermediate shades of dark gray, which is primarily a function of gray scale linearity, which
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Mon, Mar 27 2017
  • Re: Future Sounds - 2017

    [quote user="elephant"][quote user="Jeff"] Kind of a Silence Of The Lamb thing? It puts the lotion on its skin, and if it screams no one can hear! Jeff Beovirus victim, it's gotten to be too much to list! [/quote] Not at all ! My hair is standing on end like Beaker's from the Muppets !! I was taking Lee's hint to the extreme When we see it we will say "now why did I not think it" Besides which the Struer chamber is quintessential B&O search for perfection
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Sat, Mar 25 2017
  • Re: Flash your B&O - new thread!

    [quote user="CB"] Makes me think of the crazy guy of http://www.willitblend.com Never seen any B&O product there... [/quote] I remember when a bunch of us at one job discovered those videos. We'd put them up on the big monitor in the conference room during lunch at times and all just hoot and laugh out loud in amazement. I remember when iPads were new and hot and just to die for, he blended one. "No!" a couple of guys said. I'm betting his "do not do this at home"
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Sat, Mar 25 2017
  • Re: What are you WATCHING "right now' ?

    "Into The Badlands" - a fascinating combination of Chinese chop socky kung fu and Mad Maxish post apocalyptic story. Extremely well photographed, and acted, some of the fight scenes are almost ballet graceful, very well choreographed, and artistically filmed even. Filmed using the same plantations in Louisiana, US that were in "Django Unchained." Very Southern vibe about the whole countryside, old oaks and pecan trees, even a battle in a graveyard, typical Louisiana one, all decrepit
    Posted to Music & Film (Forum) by Jeff on Sat, Mar 25 2017
  • Re: Future Sounds - 2017

    [quote user="elephant"]I hope they are improving our listening experience : : A range of cubes for the average bachelor's home,modelled on Struer's famous testing chamber, would be great. ๐Ÿ˜† [/quote] Kind of a Silence Of The Lamb thing? It puts the lotion on its skin, and if it screams no one can hear!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Fri, Mar 24 2017
  • Re: "BeoSound Baron" Home-Made

    Very nice, good work! I like it, and it's probably going to be less hassle and more reliable than the Moment sadly.
    Posted to BeoWorld People & Lifestyle (Forum) by Jeff on Fri, Mar 24 2017
  • Re: Dear santa... How about releasing a new LP player? With Multiroom and WiSA?

    [quote user="Peter"] Maybe you should suggest this to the Create team and see what they come up with! The problem with LPs is that they need proper cleaning and need turning over half way through. Add in the fact that unless you have a tangential arm that really works, the centre tracks have a fair degree of distortion and you are reliant on an accurate RIAA curve and it makes decent digital files seem very attractive - and this is from a multiple Beogram owner! [/quote] The problem is
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Wed, Mar 22 2017
  • Re: Future Sounds - 2017

    [quote user="seethroughyou"]Any fool can make a speaker the size of a turbojet from a aircraft wrapped in wood or carbon fibre. Making a speaker that sounds stunning and also blends in to your living situation as much as possible takes a work design genius. [/quote] I agree completely, and it's something B&O has excelled at of the years. For my personal taste, in order of preference, the designs of David Lewis, the designs of Jacob Jensen, and lastly the current designs. Mind you
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Sun, Mar 19 2017
  • Re: Beosound 9000 & Spotify

    I have a Playmaker connected to my A Aux on my BS9000, and a turntable connected to the Playmaker aux in. I stream from either my PC (iTunes) or my iPad/iPhone (Spotify) to the Playmaker. Volume is adjusted to it's comparable to the CD player volume, and I use a phono preamp that has adjustable gain so I can level match it to the CD volume level as well. Works fine.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Sun, Mar 19 2017
  • Re: Future Sounds - 2017

    Well, that's the way of most things, you get used to the size and don't notice it as much. Every time I've bought a new TV that was larger, at first I went "holy cripes, that's huge" and then got to where it seemed too small, I wish I had an even bigger set. I do like the BL9s small size though. Back in my old house, before B&O, I had a custom cabinet built along one wall that stuck out into the room where there was a half wall before. My wife and I stood there and looked
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Jeff on Sun, Mar 19 2017
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