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jabell
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jabell posted on Thu, Apr 8 2021 9:25 PM

Hi folks, 

There is a switch on the back of the Transmitter 1 that says "B&O input." You can either select "yes" or "no." Does anybody know if this is referring to whether or not you're using a B&O TV, or is it referring to the input of connected speakers? 

I recently started using my Transmitter 1 again and forgot which selection is correct. For your reference, I am using a Samsung TV connected to a Transmitter 1 via optical, connected wirelessly to BL20s (via WiSA). 

Thank you!

Jeffrey

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Millemissen
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Quick reply:

B&O INPUT (YES – NO) 
Input signal switch: YES is for connection of a 
Bang & Olufsen system, and NO is for connection 
of a non-Bang & Olufsen system.

 https://www.manualsdir.com/manuals/803384/bang-olufsen-beolab-transmitter-1-user-guide.html?page=4

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

jabell
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jabell replied on Thu, Apr 8 2021 11:41 PM

When you say “connection of a Bang & Olufsen system,” are you referring to a connection of a B&O TV or a connection to B&O speakers? 

Bill Briscoe
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it's for the input (TV), not the output (speakers)

jabell
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Got it, thank you! Smile

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