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Are there really no-one that owns a Beocenter 2 anymore ?

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Weebyx
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Weebyx posted on Mon, Sep 26 2016 4:40 PM

Can it really be that no-one are using a Beocenter 2 anymore ? I have a question about the Timer Play function.

Oh, and by the way.. I discovered this morning that it actually is a multiroom system ;)

It is possible to listen to radio or cd in the bedroom while listening to A.AUX in the living room.. Just by adding a Beolink 2000 via masterlink to the BC2..

Totally forgot about that...

/Weebyx

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linder replied on Mon, Sep 26 2016 6:48 PM

Weebyx:

Can it really be that no-one are using a Beocenter 2 anymore ? I have a question about the Timer Play function.

Oh, and by the way.. I discovered this morning that it actually is a multiroom system ;)

It is possible to listen to radio or cd in the bedroom while listening to A.AUX in the living room.. Just by adding a Beolink 2000 via masterlink to the BC2..

Totally forgot about that...

/Weebyx

I do own a Beocenter 2 but I am planning on using it in a ML to NL setup when the new TVs are announced later in the year.  Everything you described does work in an ML setup.

 

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Weebyx replied on Mon, Sep 26 2016 7:50 PM

Great.... could you please try to add a Play Timer with RADIO as source, and tell me if and where you are asked which radio channel the radio should start playing ?

When I add a timer with RADIO as source, there are nowhere I can input which radio channel I would like to listen to. It just starts on the last channel I listened to..

In the manual it says "when selecting RADIO as source, you should also select the radio channel".. It just never shows on mine..

Thanks

 

/Weebyx

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Hello!

my Beolab 2000 can play a-aux in the kitchen if

I first start a-aux in my living room or my lounge and push power button

the Beolab 2000.

Everyting else work just fine from the BL2000 (cd/radio/a-mem/tv-sound)

 

I think this "problem" has to do with the software. Make sure which SW you need for a-aux function on your BL200

 

Regards//Marcus 

Living room: BeoVision 4-50 ACM, Beosystem 3 MK3 with samsung SP-H710AE projector, BeoLab 7-1, BeoLab 6000x3pair, BeoSound 3200, AV & CD cabinett & Beo4.

Lounge: BeoSound 3, BeoVision 3-32, DVD1, AV cabinett & Beo4

Kitchen: BeoLab 2000 & Beo4

Master bedroom: BeoVision Avant-32, DVD1, BeoSound Ouverture & Beo4

Guest room: BeoVision 4002, DVD1, BeoSound 2000 & Beo4

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Weebyx replied on Mon, Sep 26 2016 8:35 PM

parasound:

Hello!

my Beolab 2000 can play a-aux in the kitchen if

I first start a-aux in my living room or my lounge and push power button

the Beolab 2000.

Everyting else work just fine from the BL2000 (cd/radio/a-mem/tv-sound)

 

I think this "problem" has to do with the software. Make sure which SW you need for a-aux function on your BL200

 

Regards//Marcus 

 

My problem has nothing to do with the BL2000..... The question is only about the timer programming of the Beocenter 2, and why I cannot select the channel the RADIO should start on, when programming the Play Timer...

/Weebyx

parasound
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Sorry, my fault! 

Was reading "is it possible" 

 

Living room: BeoVision 4-50 ACM, Beosystem 3 MK3 with samsung SP-H710AE projector, BeoLab 7-1, BeoLab 6000x3pair, BeoSound 3200, AV & CD cabinett & Beo4.

Lounge: BeoSound 3, BeoVision 3-32, DVD1, AV cabinett & Beo4

Kitchen: BeoLab 2000 & Beo4

Master bedroom: BeoVision Avant-32, DVD1, BeoSound Ouverture & Beo4

Guest room: BeoVision 4002, DVD1, BeoSound 2000 & Beo4

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altist replied on Mon, Sep 26 2016 9:52 PM
Hi. I will check mine when home on Wednesday evening. I haven't tried the timer yet.
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CB replied on Tue, Sep 27 2016 10:04 AM
Weebyx:
When I add a timer with RADIO as source, there are nowhere I can input which radio channel I would like to listen to. It just starts on the last channel I listened to..

I don't have a BC2, but what happened of you first start the radio you want, then set the timer ?

I think it's the way it works on my BS Ouverture

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Weebyx replied on Tue, Sep 27 2016 10:34 AM

CB:
Weebyx:
When I add a timer with RADIO as source, there are nowhere I can input which radio channel I would like to listen to. It just starts on the last channel I listened to..

 

I don't have a BC2, but what happened of you first start the radio you want, then set the timer ?

 

I think it's the way it works on my BS Ouverture

 

Haven't tried that, but that might be something to test, on all other systems, you specify the radio channel to start on, when programming the timer.

/Weebyx

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