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Beolab 17 + 19 + Tranmitter 1 + Sonos Port is there another

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BinniB
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BinniB posted on Thu, Oct 21 2021 11:42 AM

Hi hi
Hope you are well.

I have the following setup.

Sonos Port connect via RCA to Beolab Transmitter 1 ( transmitter 1 is alwais rather hot )

Wich send audio wireless to 

2x Beolab 17, with Beolab 19 sub.

I have an issue with cracking and Hissing sound sometimes comes out of the sub and speakers ( not nessaery at the same time )
This is compleatly random and only when they are idle.

What other way is there to Send audio to the speakers wirelessly ?

is there something from B&O or is there 3rd party solution.

I do not have the option to WIRE the speakers...

 

With hope you can help

BW

Binni

 

 

 

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Answered (Verified) pig30n replied on Thu, Oct 21 2021 4:47 PM
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Hi there,

To solve the issue set your wireless routers around the house to use channels above 52 for the 5Ghz network.


The transmitter first tries to use some channel around 36 when it boots. If sound drops occur it will change the channel until it finds a stable one.

I have set my routers to channel 64 and all sound drops stopped.

mbolo01
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I confirm, by selecting WiFi channels within the DFS range (first ones), you should drastically reduce these problems.

BS Moment, BS Core, BG 4002, BC 4500, BS1, BL18, BL19, BL8000 + RCV1, A6, M5, M3, A1, P6 (tks Botty), H5, TR1

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pig30n
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Answered (Verified) pig30n replied on Thu, Oct 21 2021 4:47 PM
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Hi there,

To solve the issue set your wireless routers around the house to use channels above 52 for the 5Ghz network.


The transmitter first tries to use some channel around 36 when it boots. If sound drops occur it will change the channel until it finds a stable one.

I have set my routers to channel 64 and all sound drops stopped.

mbolo01
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I confirm, by selecting WiFi channels within the DFS range (first ones), you should drastically reduce these problems.

BS Moment, BS Core, BG 4002, BC 4500, BS1, BL18, BL19, BL8000 + RCV1, A6, M5, M3, A1, P6 (tks Botty), H5, TR1

BinniB
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BinniB replied on Thu, Oct 21 2021 8:52 PM

Thanks for this,

I had 5GHz channel set to 36 on one of my AP's

change it to 153 

Thanks agin, I was on the brink of selling this all.... ;-)

 

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