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Connecting BeoVision 10-46 to BS9000 via Masterlink

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Vebo
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Vebo posted on Fri, Aug 7 2020 2:31 PM

Hi there 

I have a BeoSound 9000 with BeoLab 8000 speakers. I have bought a 2nd hand Beovision 10-46 and I want to connect the two systems. 

I tried connecting them via the Beo4 with V.Opt and A.Opt on both systems, but they are not responding to each other. What am I doing wrong? Is it better to connect the BeoLabs to the BeoVision, or are these systems incompatible? 

Help is appreciated 

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Hiort replied on Fri, Aug 7 2020 3:22 PM
Vebo:

Hi there

I have a BeoSound 9000 with BeoLab 8000 speakers. I have bought a 2nd hand Beovision 10-46 and I want to connect the two systems.

I tried connecting them via the Beo4 with V.Opt and A.Opt on both systems, but they are not responding to each other. What am I doing wrong? Is it better to connect the BeoLabs to the BeoVision, or are these systems incompatible?

Help is appreciated

Connecting the two systems with a masterlink cable should work.

They need to have the correct Option setting though.

Others may be able to give more detailed advise, but some info can be found here.

https://www.beoworld.org/beotech/mlsetups.htm

 

 

 

 

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Connect the speakers to the TV via Powrlink cables and the Masterlink between the BV10 and Beosound 9000. Put the TV in V.OPT 2 and the Beosound 9000 should automatically go to A.OPT 0.

Then it should work, pressing CD or Radio will play the Beosound 9000. And TV, DTV or DVD will play the Beovison 10.

Option setting for the television …
> While holding the button on Beo4, press

LIST.

> Let go of both buttons.
> Use the navigation button up or down to bring up OPTION? in the Beo4 display and press the centre button.
> Use the navigation button to bring up

V.OPT in the Beo4 display and then enter 2

Option setting for the audio system …
> While holding the button on Beo4, press

LIST.

> Let go of both buttons.
> Use the navigation button up or down to bring up OPTION? in the Beo4 display and press the centre button.
> Use the navigation button up or down to

bring up A.OPT in the Beo4 display and enter 0

Good luck

Stoobie

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You also need to set up the speakers correctly on the TV speaker menu. The speaker settings from the original owners setup may be different to yours so you'll need to experiment. 

Stoobie 

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Vebo replied on Sat, Aug 8 2020 8:57 AM

Thank you all. I changed the speakers to my BeoVision, used the settings as mentioned  and indeed, it works. Smile

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Vebo replied on Sat, Aug 8 2020 8:57 AM

Thank you all. I changed the speakers to my BeoVision, used the settings as mentioned  and indeed, it works. Smile

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Very glad you have got it all working.  Enjoy your new setup Big Smile

Stoobie 

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