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My latest B&O : a BeoSound Century

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Steph
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Steph posted on Thu, Sep 25 2014 5:15 PM

Here is my latest B&O : a BeoSound Century.

Great design, super sound, a very cool sound system for my bedroom !

Some might say it's a bit old school, a bit analog, with the CD, the cassette deck,...

OK, but i wanted an all-in-one system with a touch of magic and for a good price (i already own a BS5, BS3, BS8, so i live in the digital world too !).

What do you think ?

Who loves the Century ?


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Steph
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Steph replied on Fri, Sep 26 2014 10:05 AM

I have the carrying handle/antenna, but i find that the FM radio signal is not very strong in my area.

So, i bought another flexible antenna and connected it instead of the original.

Now, the signal of the radio stations is very strong and the sound clearer.

And, i found that the antenna can be removed from the handle (4 screws). So maybe i just can keep the handle. It's more pratical to move the century with it.

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erandlux replied on Fri, Sep 26 2014 10:50 AM
I bought one for my little girl a few months ago. She wanted to have some music in her room.

Very nice and pretty nice sound.

The only bad point is that the century does not read copied CD she received from school or friends.

I had to add my beogram CD 7000 under so that she could play all her music......
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