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markvs
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markvs posted on Thu, Oct 31 2019 11:50 AM

Hi all.

New here, just got a Beomaster 3000-2 and wondering anyone knows of a DIN switch to be able to increase the number of connections? I found an old thread (from 2008!) but the links had gone.

Thanks in advance

Mark

 

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Guy
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Guy replied on Thu, Oct 31 2019 2:10 PM

Hi and welcome to Beoworld!

If you want to connect B&O equipment you will need the full 7 pin connections to allow datalink (hence control other input devices).  B&O used to make such a device, and they sometimes come up on eBay (mine was about £15 a few years back).  Here's a picture: https://forum.beoworld.org/cfs-filesystemfile.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.UserFiles/00.00.00.24.05.Aux+expander/Aux-expander-1.jpg

But if you are adding non-B&O stuff then something like this is ideal (from our site sponsor!): https://soundsheavenly.com/music-input/18-419-aux-input-switch-box-for-multiple-input-devices-to-one-aux-socket-4-way.html#/36-output-5_pin_din_aux

EDIT:  If it's the 1970s Beomaster 3000-2 then I think the DIN inputs only have five pins, hence the second adapter above will be fine!

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markvs replied on Thu, Oct 31 2019 2:47 PM

Thanks Guy.

It is the 1970's version with the 5 pin DIN, i will check out the second link.

all the best

Mark

 

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ipaul replied on Thu, Oct 31 2019 10:27 PM

B&O also made very small adapters giving you a switchable 5 or 7 pin din and a cinch input.

So you can switch between a 5P din or a stereo cinch on a 5P din input.

I have several of those still, feel free to PM me if interested.

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