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Can't work aux on BS9000

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Mariobucolo
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Mariobucolo posted on Thu, Jan 23 2020 4:09 PM

Hi guys, I am an happy owner of a beosound 9000 just bought yesterday.

appear to work perfectly 

I connected it via coax cable to my amplifier

i bough also a 7pin din to jack adapter to can connect my ipod at the aux 

but when I press the aux button (and aux appear on display) I don't have any audio

i also check disconnecting the coax cable and connecting my headphone 

i check the connection of the din cable and are correct in input on pin 3 and 5

first banal question, it's the aux port the one of the 3 more far from link port?

there is anything to operate on the Keyboard?

i bough the din cable on Amazon looking for compatible with b&o

thanks a lot for any help 

mario

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trackbeo
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Mariobucolo:
first banal question, it's the aux port the one of the 3 more far from link port?
Correct.
Mariobucolo:
there is anything to operate on the Keyboard?
Nope.
Mariobucolo:
i bough the din cable on Amazon looking for compatible with b&o

i check the connection of the din cable and are correct in input on pin 3 and 5

Probably this is the trouble; you have purchased an Audio Aux *output* cable and not an *input* cable?

An easy way to test, if you have headphones with the same 3.5mm jack as your iPod: Play a CD on the 9000; plug your *headphones* into that Aux cable and see if you can hear it (may be a bit loud, but won't destroy anything).  (Or plug it into your analog amp input and see if that produces sound of the playing CD.)

Here is the pinout for A.Aux: Pin 1 = Left in, Pin 2 = Signal ground, Pin 3 = Left out, Pin 4 = Right in, Pin 5 = Right out, Pin 6 = Data (High > 3.5V, low < 0.8V), Pin 7 = Not used

 

Mariobucolo
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Hi many thanks to answer also to other my questions.

in the description of the cable in amazon there is "to connect iPod, mo3 etc to b&o etc"

so I means to use as input, in any case I will try to arrange the test you suggest and I have an output cancel (but 5 pins) I can also test that.

Will update to you later about the the test

tanks

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Taking the sound out of the coax on the 9000 will only give you sound from the CD’s....period!

MM

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Mariobucolo
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Hi, I suspect that as I don't have also audio from the radio. 
but in any case I tried via the headphones, with coax disconnected, I heard the cd and radio but not the aux :(

thanks  

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