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j_lowry
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j_lowry posted on Mon, Nov 29 2021 5:41 PM

I have a Beomaster 7000 and a Beogram CD7000 that I'm trying to connect to Masterlink using a BLC (model 1612) 

Software level is 1.1 for both the Beogram and Beomaster. Is this compatible with Masterlink integration?

If not can it be upgraded?

 

 

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Johan
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Johan replied on Mon, Nov 29 2021 7:45 PM

Hi, I run a BeoMaster 4500 (SW 2.0) and 6500 (SW 1.5) with 1611s (SW 1.3) on MasterLink. I would reckon that as your 7000 set is newer it should work. Be sure to use a correctly wired AAUX or DataLink cable (Steve can get you one).

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….and be sure to connect the converter to the mains after the other components have been connected to the mains.

 

P.S. I am pretty sure it will work.

 

MM

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Soren replied on Thu, Dec 2 2021 10:10 AM

Beomaster Software 1.1 would work fine with Masterlink, it’s the newest sw that was built in from the factory.

If you want the system to be a part of a setup where the speakers are connected to a Beovision and you are using a 2-way remote you can get a special software 1.3

The newest software for the Beogram cd is sw1.2, but that has no influence on the Masterlink compatibility.

Søren

 

 

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Is it possible to update the same in the CD? I need the BeoLink 7000 to show tracks about 14 in the red display which is possible with the last software revision. Thanks
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Soren replied on Sun, Dec 5 2021 6:17 PM

It is possible to change the eprom part no. 8342394 to get Sw 1.2, but I don’t think it is available from B&O anymore 

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How is it replaceable? When I looked inside I couldn’t find similar chip as when I replaced it in my BeoMaster 7000 and 3500. Do you have a picture, how does it look or is it soldered to the circuit board?

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Soren replied on Sun, Dec 5 2021 8:36 PM

Unlike the one in Beomaster 7000 it’s soldered directly onto the circuit board.

it has 28 pin and looks much  like the one in BM7000, but I can’t remember how to insert a picture….

 

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Okay I understand. That doesn’t sound like a sw that was made available as a spare part then and less likely someone would have a copy of the files. Or am I wrong? I would be okay to make the replacement but not sure how to get the chip of file for it. 

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