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Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Steve at Sounds Heavenly Posted: Tue, Sep 10 2019 4:18 PM

Hi Beoworlders,

I just wanted to say a big thank you to all my YouTube friends! I can't believe that my channel has had over 100,000 views - many thanks to everyone who has watched my B&O videos....if you haven't seen them yet, please check out youtube.com/soundsheavenlycables

Kind regards, Steve.

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For better or worse, youtube is the single most important marketing channel to reach out for the younger generation today. While generally there is a lot of abuse, it was about time to promote B&O also by these means as is now increasingly done. Thanks for introducing the brand to a wider audience. Now they just need to come up with (affordable) products to back it up.

Cheers,

Kai

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Thanks Kai,

Which B&O products/issues would you like to see covered on YouTube in the future please?

Kind regards, Steve.

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Dear Steve,

good question. Beolab 4000s and Beocenter 9500 would probably be a good idea. Beolink 7000. I know, I am one of the few to like these, but maybe Beo5/6? I still think those are very underrated and could still be relevant (and of interest) today - probably now even more so than in the past where configtool was not readily available. Beolab 9s vs. Pentas vs. 1s maybe? Beolab 12s (in particular the 12-3s) and whether or how to properly combine them with a subwoofer would definitely interest me. Comparing B&O subwoofers in general would be interesting (I like the 11). And of course Beosound 9000! Just a brief list for starters ;-)

Greetings,

Kai

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Guy replied on Wed, Sep 11 2019 9:38 AM

Manbearpig:

Beolab 4000s and Beocenter 9500 would probably be a good idea.

+ 1 Big Smile

 

 

 

 

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matador43 replied on Wed, Sep 11 2019 10:33 AM

Manbearpig:

I know, I am one of the few to like these, but maybe Beo5/6? I still think those are very underrated and could still be relevant (and of interest) today - probably now even more so than in the past where configtool was not readily available.

We are two Smile

(By the way, Hi Steve, congratulations and thank you for sharing knowledge).

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9 LEE replied on Wed, Sep 11 2019 7:31 PM

I'd like to see the BeoLab 90's compared with the B&W Nautilus - all done in Steve's studio/workshop please. Big Smile

Failing that, I'd like to see BeoLab 4000's next to BeoLab 17's.  People think the 17's are "just the replacement for the 4000".  How wrong can you be?  I'm sure Steve can demonstrate....

Lee

 

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Hi Lee,

Good call!  BL4000 vs. BL17 is on my list of videos to make. Yes - thumbs up  Beolab 90 vs. Nautilus?  I will need a bigger workshop! Geeked

Kind regards, Steve.

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