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SEAOCEAN
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SEAOCEAN posted on Thu, Jul 19 2012 10:32 PM

Hi there,

I would like to know if somehow it is possible to connect a a passive B&O amplifier to a Beolink Wireless, this would allow me not to use a masterlink cable.

Thank you for your responses

Seaocean

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BeoHut replied on Fri, Jul 20 2012 12:25 AM
Sure you can. Just connect a (short) ML-cable from the Wireless1 to the Beolink Passive and connect any passive speaker. With an IR-eye you can control you music and sources with your remote. No futher cables are required.

Have not tried it with only a powerlinkcable from the wireless to the passive without a ML-cable.

The above first option works fine.
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Thank you for your quick answer.

In your proposed set up, shall I need one or two Beolink Wireless?

Thank you again for for help as this forum is very useful.

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BeoHut replied on Fri, Jul 20 2012 11:27 PM
Hi,

You will always need two Wireless 1's. The first one is the transmitter and the second one, the one you will connect with the Passive, is the receiver. You can select this function on the Wireless 1. After that you can add more transceivers in other rooms. This works perfectly.
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Stan replied on Sat, Jul 21 2012 4:23 PM

One small note - you cannot use the powerlink sockets on the wireless if you are using it as a mastermind "bridge". At least this is how mine works. 

Stan 

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Stan:

One small note - you cannot use the powerlink sockets on the wireless if you are using it as a mastermind "bridge". At least this is how mine works.

Stan

do you mean "if it is configured as the transmitter" ?

If yes to that I agree; it was a disappointment to me to find out that the transmitter could not also be in its own link room with its own speakers

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SEAOCEAN replied on Sun, Jul 29 2012 11:10 AM
Ok Thank you for the information, just grabbed two beolinks wireless on eBay, will try your recommended set up

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SEAOCEAN replied on Sun, Jul 29 2012 11:11 AM
Ok thank's
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Stan replied on Sun, Jul 29 2012 4:42 PM

elephant:
Stan:

 

One small note - you cannot use the powerlink sockets on the wireless if you are using it as a mastermind "bridge". At least this is how mine works.

 

Stan

 

 

do you mean "if it is configured as the transmitter" ?

 

If yes to that I agree; it was a disappointment to me to find out that the transmitter could not also be in its own link room with its own speakers

No, you cannot use the ML and PL simultaneously on either the transmitter or receiver.  See Vienna's detailed response to my recent wireless thread: http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/2126/18375.aspx#18375

Stan

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