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GeoffK1950
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GeoffK1950 posted on Wed, Jul 21 2021 3:58 PM

I’m based in the UK and at my age definitely a non techie. I use SkyQ which is great running through the latest Samsung digital smart tv ( bedroom ) but not so good on my 23 year old 32” Avant CRT analogue tv that I still have in my main living area. That’s linked to two Beolab 6000 speakers. All great and state of the art kit in their day. However, I now want to update the old Avant to a digital smart tv but my question Is how can I use my Beolab 6009 ‘s with that digital set up ? Is there a way or do I have to start afresh. Any advice and practical ideas would be most welcome. 

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GeoffK1950
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Any form of advice would really be appreciated. 

Thanks.  

GeoffK1950
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Any form of advice would really be appreciated. 

Thanks.  

Millemissen
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The easiest - but certainly not the best - way would be to use the headphone output of the tv.

The cable needed would be minijack stereo to left and right RCA/Cinch respectively - Steve@SoundsHeavenly could help you there.


The old Avant also included a sound processor/a preamp….that is where you connected the speakers via Powerlink.

With a new setup/the Samsung tv you are missing this - a modern tv does not include proper audio connections…..normally you also connect an A/V receiver for this.

The most practical - and the smallest - way to provide something similar would be this little box (from a small danish company called Hall Audio)

https://www.hallaudio.com/produkt/traadloes-streaming/hall-wifi-streamer/

Please use Google Translate - if you should want to contact them, don’t worry…..you can write in english!

There might be other options, which won’t take up much space and/or will be too complicated to use - but none that I know of…..after all it is just a bedroom setup.

Please stay tuned, there might be other forum members, who have other (better) ideas.

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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