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Connect a Beolab 3500 to a Beogram CD 3500

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Pindsen
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Pindsen posted on Sat, Sep 12 2020 8:39 PM

Hi,

Is it possible to connect a Beolab 3500 directly to a Beogram CD 3500, or does it require a Beomaster inbetween?

 

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Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Hi 

You do need a Beosound/Beomaster  between the Beogram and the speaker to give you volume control.  Please let me know which one you choose and I can help with the connection.

Kind regards, Steve 

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Pindsen
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Hi Steve,

Thanx for your reply.

If Beolab 3500 cannot be used in such a setup, do B&O then have other speakers where it's possible to connect a Beogram CD directly, maybe via one of the different converters (MCL or others)?

/Pindsen

Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Hi Pindsen,

For most B&O speakers, you need a music system with a volume control (eg. Beomaster 3500) connected between the Beogram CD and the speakers to control the volume.  The only options to link speakers directly would be high-end speakers like Beolab 5, or the newer wireless speakers with an Aux input like A2, M5, Beosound 2, Edge, etc with volume control built in.

Kind regards, Steve.

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