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One of two Beolab 6000 sounds really bad ...sometimes

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beoboehm
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beoboehm posted on Thu, Sep 19 2019 10:13 PM

Hello dear Beoworlders,

 

unfortunately one of my cheaply acquired BL6000 is acting up.

Sometimes it sounds really really bad. Then the sound is muffled and seems to have static or low resolution, the tweeter does not seem to work at all! 

But when i flick around the Powerlink selector switch it returns to work normally like the other one. Sadly after a while it returns to sound horrible. (Worn/oxidized contacts in the switch maybe??)

I recently refoamed and redampened the speakers to my best knowledge. I am not an electronics expert but a determined to DIY as my local Dealer is very uncooperative.

Any help would be great!

Thank you very much in advance

Carlo

Thanks for the BeoVirus, Dad! Hmm

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beoboehm
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I noticed that sometimes wiggling on of the Powerlink Sockets has the same effect.

Would be great if somebody could help!

Best 

Carlo

Thanks for the BeoVirus, Dad! Hmm

9 LEE
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9 LEE replied on Sat, Sep 28 2019 9:27 PM

I can't suggest an answer, but I do have a used amp with the PL connections on in my spares 'armoury' if it transpires there's a problem internally Smile

Paul cheacker
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Sounds like loose connections internally on the switch.

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