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Beolab 17, baolab 2 and transmitter1

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KjetilA
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KjetilA posted on Tue, Feb 12 2019 8:29 PM

Hi, 

Is it somehow possible to connect my bl 17s wirelessly to a transmitter1, but connect the BL2 trough a powerlink cable?

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KjetilA

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Esax
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Esax replied on Tue, Feb 12 2019 10:06 PM
Yes, if if for stereo or fronts to b&o tv.

What’s your setup?
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KjetilA replied on Tue, Feb 12 2019 10:16 PM

It's for stereo. My setup is like this: 

Samsung tv -> toslink -> transmitter1 -> bl17

No pre-amp and the samsung does only have toslink audio out. 

I want to use a BL2 in my setup, but its not wireless. I know there is a wireless reveiver from B&O I can buy to put on the BL2 to make wireless, but I do not want to do this right now if I can avoid it.

 

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For stereo you cannot mix wireless and wired. For this purpose I have ordered 2 x receiver 1 to add my BL 8000s to my current BL 18/19 stereo setup that is including a Samsung TV connected via optical to the TR1.

BS Moment, BS Core, Beosound Ouverture, BS 1, BL 18, BL 19, BL 8000, A6, M5, M3, A1, H5

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Esax replied on Wed, Feb 13 2019 9:34 AM
KjetilA:

It's for stereo. My setup is like this:

Samsung tv -> toslink -> transmitter1 -> bl17

No pre-amp and the samsung does only have toslink audio out.

I want to use a BL2 in my setup, but its not wireless. I know there is a wireless reveiver from B&O I can buy to put on the BL2 to make wireless, but I do not want to do this right now if I can avoid it.

The wireless reciver only recive one channel, right or left.
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KjetilA replied on Wed, Feb 13 2019 10:49 AM

So I only need two if I have two subs, right?

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Esax replied on Wed, Feb 13 2019 11:00 AM
KjetilA:

So I only need two if I have two subs, right?

No, you need 2 recivers. One for each channel and a special cable. 2 rj45 to one pl. A sub needs right and left channel.
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Hi KjetilA,

You need to have just one connection for each speaker (either wired or wireless).  I can help with the cables to get these speakers working, either cabled to the TV, or wireless via Transmitter 1/Receiver 1 (please see my sponsor link below for more details).

Each speaker needs its own Receiver 1, (these are already built into Beolab 17, but 2 Receivers would be ideal if you want to use Beolab 2 as a stereo subwoofer, but this can be used in mono with a single Receiver).

Please let us know your preferred setup and we can assist further.

Kind regards, Steve.

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KjetilA replied on Wed, Feb 13 2019 10:37 PM

Not sure why each speaker would need 1 additional receiver since the bl 17 already have it build in? 

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Correct, one rcv 1 + one cable per non Wisa speaker

BS Moment, BS Core, Beosound Ouverture, BS 1, BL 18, BL 19, BL 8000, A6, M5, M3, A1, H5

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Hi,

Yes, the Receivers are already built into Beolab 17 so you just need 2 x Receivers to use Beolab 2 in stereo, or 1 x Receiver to use Beolab 1 in mono.  Sorry if my original post wasn't clear.

Kind regards, Steve.

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