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Paul cheacker
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Paul cheacker posted on Thu, Jan 10 2019 9:15 PM

just brought a beosound moment on ebay. Had a great deal half the price of the normal ones being sold on ebay. Anyway to get to the point, i would like to connect it to my beolab 6000 via beosound reciever 1. My question is does the moment transmit wifi to speakers and if so would it work with the beolab receiver 1 without the need of buying a separate transmitter?

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beosound 5 encore, beolabs 6000, beogram 4500, playmaker mk1

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Answered (Verified) Hiort replied on Thu, Jan 10 2019 9:26 PM
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Paul cheacker:

just brought a beosound moment on ebay. Had a great deal half the price of the normal ones being sold on ebay. Anyway to get to the point, i would like to connect it to my beolab 6000 via beosound reciever 1. My question is does the moment transmit wifi to speakers and if so would it work with the beolab receiver 1 without the need of buying a separate transmitter?

Current b and o Products

beosound 5 encore, beolabs 6000, beogram 4500, playmaker mk1

Yep. Moment transmit using WISA.

If you have the receiver 1 activated, Moment should find it during setup.

 

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This a Network Link (B&O multiroom) feature.

Correct set up, you can indeed listen to a source on the line in of one device (in this case the BeoGram 4500) via another device/the speakers there/the BeoSound 1.........without the speakers of the leading device being active.

However, this has nothing to do with how the speakers are connected - wired or wireless does not matter anything there.

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Hiort
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Answered (Verified) Hiort replied on Thu, Jan 10 2019 9:26 PM
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Paul cheacker:

just brought a beosound moment on ebay. Had a great deal half the price of the normal ones being sold on ebay. Anyway to get to the point, i would like to connect it to my beolab 6000 via beosound reciever 1. My question is does the moment transmit wifi to speakers and if so would it work with the beolab receiver 1 without the need of buying a separate transmitter?

Current b and o Products

beosound 5 encore, beolabs 6000, beogram 4500, playmaker mk1

Yep. Moment transmit using WISA.

If you have the receiver 1 activated, Moment should find it during setup.

 

Paul cheacker
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Thats great news one more thing if i then connect a beogram 4500 to the moment would i be able to listen to the music on a beosound 1 in a different room without having the main room beolab 6000 playing at the same time?

Current b and o Products

beosound 5 encore, beolabs 6000, beogram 4500, playmaker mk1

Millemissen
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This a Network Link (B&O multiroom) feature.

Correct set up, you can indeed listen to a source on the line in of one device (in this case the BeoGram 4500) via another device/the speakers there/the BeoSound 1.........without the speakers of the leading device being active.

However, this has nothing to do with how the speakers are connected - wired or wireless does not matter anything there.

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

Paul cheacker
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Ok thats prefect news.

Thanks all for your responses and info

Current b and o Products

beosound 5 encore, beolabs 6000, beogram 4500, playmaker mk1

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