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Beolink Wireless 1 - more then one device connected

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Lars Alsbjerg
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Lars Alsbjerg posted on Tue, Feb 2 2021 7:52 AM

Hi experts,

I have an issue in an installation.
To distribute masterlink i use Beolink wireless 1.

One of the receivers are connected to both a beolink active and a beolink 2000... for some reason this does not work well.. If I turn off the beolink 2000 everything works fine. If I turn on the Beolink 2000 the system starts to act strange.
It is not possible to connect more then one device to a beolink wireless 1 receiver?

All inputs are welcome.

Br

LArs

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Fritz
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Fritz replied on Wed, Feb 3 2021 10:44 PM

Hello Lars

Beolink 2000 ?

One transmitter will support up to 7 receivers.
Each receiver will support one product.
Let's be crative.
Use beolink active in option 5, and the Beolab 2000 in option 6, Try that, or vica verca.
Pls be born in mind, MK I or MK II: of BL Wireless.
Or you have a cable ML cable Issue (Faulty or wrong connected ML cable)
Pls read the manual very carefully and follw the instruction promtly
Brgds/Fritz

Lars Alsbjerg
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Thansk for your input! I replaced the active and now everything works again.
Fritz
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Fritz replied on Sun, Feb 7 2021 4:17 PM

Glad to hear it worked out

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