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A different kind of restoration!

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matador43
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matador43 posted on Wed, May 22 2019 7:22 PM

Hi Guys,

Maybe you already noticed that, but I'm kind of mad about papers and even more when they are B&O related: User Guides, Catalogues, Brochures…

I also find printed material more convenient when you have to dig in it to extract some sort of information.

That's why I start to restore… Service manuals from items I use and may have to repair one day.

Nothing very technical (no recapping involved at all! Big Smile):
- Cleaning the original scans and making them black & white instead of dark grey over light grey.
- Straightening the pages and aligning them from one spread to the next.
- Reconstructing diagrams and schematics into large spreads.
- Printing covers on colored paper close to those on the pdfs.
- Binding the whole thing.

Here are some shots of the service manuals for Beosystem 10 and Beocord 1200/1600.

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While searching picture to reedit the trucks decoration I came across something that gave me the idea to do this…
(unfortunately I've got too big fingers to detail it to B&O standards! Before and after…

 


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