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Mindphaser
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Mindphaser Posted: Wed, May 9 2012 4:41 PM

Hello all;

 

i'm buying this piece only for collecting reasons (i already have a BEO4 MKII - DVD version ) ; is this remote worth more than a 'normal' BEO4 or less?

 

Has some sort of historic value or not ?

 

Many thanks to everyone who can help me :)

 

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Dillen replied on Wed, May 9 2012 5:00 PM

They are very nice but not particularly rare.
Compared to a standard Beo4, I would say the users functional value would be a bit less but
the collectors value could be a bit more.

Martin

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In my view it does not have historic value because it is used in most hotels which have B&O TV's.

The key thing to note is the MUTE button because it is the only Beo4 version which has an actual button. To mute on all other Beo4's you press the volume up/down in the middle.

If you wish to collect the complete range of Beo4's, then you would clearly want one.

Regards Keith....

Mindphaser
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Keith Saunders:

 

The key thing to note is the MUTE button because it is the only Beo4 version which has an actual button. To mute on all other Beo4's you press the volume up/down in the middle.

 

 

Thanks very much; honestly i didn't noticed it Smile

 

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