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Replacement amplifiers for BeoLink 4000 speakers

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seadog
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seadog posted on Thu, Apr 7 2016 11:30 AM

Hello,

 

I know very little about the tech side of things. But I have a pair of BeoLink 4000 speakers which have died. the local BnO store quoted £700 to repair by replacing amplifiers and dampners. Does anyone know if this repair could be done by non BnO technicians? and if so know of a UK service?

thanks

 

 

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leosgonewild
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A used set will set you back around 350£.

I would recommend that you buy a used pair in the same color as you have, and keep your old as spare parts.

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leosgonewild
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You should try to change the fuse before buying tho. Maybe some other member can explain how you do it Smile

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Chaka
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Chaka replied on Thu, Apr 7 2016 2:12 PM

Handsome Leo is right.

 

Waste of time fixing unless they're sentimental.

 

False economy....

 

 

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seadog:

Does anyone know if this repair could be done by non BnO technicians? and if so know of a UK service?

Real technicians look for the real fault. A well known fault is corrosion caused by the damping-foam inside. So the relay might not come on and that make you think, that the amplifier has died.

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