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erandlux
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erandlux posted on Tue, Jun 17 2014 8:02 AM
Hello guys,

Do you know wich model of older beomaster like a bm 7000 or older have a timer facility like the one on an ouverture, a different wakeup time for each day of the week ?

Thanks for your answers

Eric

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waterlander2004
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erandlux:

Hello guys,

Do you know wich model of older beomaster like a bm 7000 or older have a timer facility like the one on an ouverture, a different wakeup time for each day of the week ?

Thanks for your answers

Eric

I believe the BM5500, 6500 and 7000 all have that functionality and can be easily programmed via their Master Control Panel.
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Guy replied on Tue, Jun 17 2014 8:42 AM

The BeoCenter 9500 can also be programmed in this way but only with a two way remote like the Beolink 5000 or 7000.

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RaMaBo replied on Tue, Jun 17 2014 8:54 AM

Hi Eric

 

the Beomaster 5000,5500, 6500 and 7000 have a timer faclity as well as the Beosound 2500 which is the early Ouverture.also the older BeoMaster 6000 an 800 have a limited timer facility..

 

 

Ralph-Marcus

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Dillen replied on Tue, Jun 17 2014 12:04 PM

Beomaster 8000 has no clock and therefore no timer functions.
Beomaster 6000 has a timer function but it can't be set to a different time each day.

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Also, Beomaster 5000 & 5500 do not have a separate timekeeping IC, so they will lose the time & date if mains power is interrupted. Timers themselves will be preserved (the memory IC has a backup battery), but they're not going to wake you up at the expected time if you had a power break...

6500 & 7000 will keep all settings over a power break, but the MCP cannot set very complicated timers, you will need a BL7000.

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erandlux replied on Tue, Jun 17 2014 12:57 PM
Thanks for all your replies.

I have a BM7000'sleeping on a shelf, I will try to configure the timer. It will replace my ouverture.

Just need to find a beolink 7000 or 5000 to configure the timer on a daily basis, ....... And a pair of beovox ( I always wanted a pair of CX100, maybee it's time to go for it)
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I can ad to the 6000 and 8000 that a suiting Beocord do have timer options for playback and recording

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