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Beosound 1 - deactivating the Lamp

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ChrisBerlin
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ChrisBerlin posted on Thu, Apr 25 2019 9:30 AM
Hello,

has anybody an Idea how I could deactivate the small Lamp under the Speaker at the top of the Beosound 1? The Beosound stands in my bedroom and this lamp is to bright in the night.

Thanks

Chris

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mbolo01
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mbolo01 replied on Thu, Apr 25 2019 10:00 AM
Same here, but I don’t know any way to do it

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Hiort replied on Thu, Apr 25 2019 10:12 AM

Unfortunatly not.

That is the same with almost all the speakers that B&O insist to have a lamp glowing.

Should be a simple thing to introduce a "night mood".

Email B&O and let them know.

 

 

 

 

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I don‘t know why the lamp has to be on although the Beosound isn’t playing ...
ChrisBerlin
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Hiort:

Unfortunatly not.

That is the same with almost all the speakers that B&O insist to have a lamp glowing.

Should be a simple thing to introduce a "night mood".

Email B&O and let them know.

Is it possible to disconnect the lamp?
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Michael replied on Thu, Apr 25 2019 10:28 AM
Hiort:

Unfortunatly not.

That is the same with almost all the speakers that B&O insist to have a lamp glowing.

Should be a simple thing to introduce a "night mood".

Email B&O and let them know.

On the Beolab 20, Beolab 18 etc the light goes out after a few seconds and only lights up as it turns on or off or is in safe mode. The older models these replaced however always had a light.

On a side note. When Apple introduced iMac G5, the first flat iMac (without a globe foot) they got complaints from students because their dorm rooms would be to light with the iMacs sleep pulsating light indicator. Apple responded by a firmware fix that allows the illumination to shine less bright when the room light level is less than in daytime, using the light sensor primarily used (and only for, before) the monitor. Smile
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Hiort replied on Thu, Apr 25 2019 11:03 AM

ChrisBerlin:
Hiort:

 

Unfortunatly not.

 

That is the same with almost all the speakers that B&O insist to have a lamp glowing.

 

Should be a simple thing to introduce a "night mood".

 

Email B&O and let them know.

 

 

Is it possible to disconnect the lamp?

It is not possible

 

 

 

 

Livingroom: BL3, BL11, BV11-46 Kitchen: Beosound 1 GVA, Beocom 2 Bathroom: M3 Library: A6, Beocom 6000 Bedroom: M5 Office: Beocom 2 Travel: Beoplay E8 2.0, Beoplay P2

mbolo01
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mbolo01 replied on Thu, Apr 25 2019 12:03 PM
Hiort:

Should be a simple thing to introduce a "night mood".

Should be very simple indeed as they already control the color and the intensity

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