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Beomaster 7000, Beolink Converter and Beolab 2000

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LFCdenmark
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LFCdenmark posted on Sun, May 13 2018 7:47 PM

I'm trying to setup our linksystem. Previously our Beovision Avant controlled our link system but that doesn't work anymore ... How do I connect these 3 products so we can use our link speakers again?

 

Beomaster 7000:

Do I use TV/AUX (7 pins) as output connection?

Or Power Link 1 or 2 (8 pins)?

 

Beolink Converter:

Do I use either Audio Aux Link (7 pins) or Power Link (8 pins)?

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Guy replied on Sun, May 13 2018 8:22 PM

Good evening and welcome to Beoworld!

If you have speakers (active or passive) connected directly to the Beomaster, then simply connect the BM7000's TV/AUX socket to the BL Converter's Audio Aux Link socket with a 7 pin DIN to DIN lead.  You don't need to connect the Power Link sockets unless the BM7000 is connected to speakers via a TV in the same room.

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Guy replied on Sun, May 13 2018 8:23 PM

And the BM7000 needs to be in A.OPT 1 or 2 ( it may have been set to A.OPT 0 when used with the TV)

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Thanks for your quick reply!

I have now tried to reconnect the Beolink Converter to TV/AUX and updated the Beomaster 7000 setting to option 1 (used a Beolink 1000, pressed Sound + 1 + Store) but I still can't "start" my Beolab 2000. I have tried to press to buttons directly on Beolab 2000, tried to turn on the radio with my Beolink 1000 by pressing either Radio or Link + Radio but all with the same result: Nothing happens.

Any other ideas?

Or should I start all over again by reassembling all link cables from scratch? Though they used to work flawless (when used with our old Beovision Avant).

 

PS: Our Beolab 4000 setup in another link room have the same problem as the Beolab 2000. They don't start either.

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unplug all the components from the mains

make al the connections between the BM7000 and the T1611 (speakers connected to the BM7000 - only the Datalink cable otherwise the Datalink and Powerlink cable)

make the ML connection between the T1611 and the BL2000 / Beolink active (I presume) with the BL4000.

plug the the BM7000, the Beolink active (I presume) with the BL4000 and the BL2000 the the mains

 

and as last: plug the Beolink converter (T1611 or T1614)  to the mains (essential)

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