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Beolink multiroom now on the Mozart products

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Millemissen
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Millemissen Posted: Thu, Jan 13 2022 5:11 PM

The Beolink function is now a regular sw upgrade on all Mozart platform based products.

https://press.bang-olufsen.com/d/gKpSDxqk8eyT/news#/january-2022/bang-olufsen-celebrates-40-years-of-multiroom-with-new-software-that-connects-past-with-present-and-future-products

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kai replied on Thu, Jan 13 2022 10:54 PM

How will this allow you to integrate with a masterlink system, in my case beosound 3000 l7nked to two passive kits one in the bedroom the other in the bathroom

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You will need a BeoLink Converter NL/ML in addition.

You'll be able to get the music of your Beosound 3000 streamed a new speaker like the Level, and vice versa, you'll be able to call N.MUSIC and N.RADIO and get 2 of the digital sources of the Level onto the Beosound 3000 or the bedroom and bathroom speakers.

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L Spad replied on Fri, Jan 14 2022 7:35 AM

Not 100% clear, but I think you’ll need a blc nl/ml for that. Interesting that the release makes such a big deal about integration of classic products given that the blc is discontinued. Does this perhaps hint at a mk2 blc?

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No, that is typical marketing bs - call it oversimplifying Huh?

Of course you’ll need a NL/ML Concerter.

The essence is - if you already could use the ‘classic’ ML products with the NL products (such as A9, BS1…), you now also can use these ‘classics’ with the Mozart based new products…..because they now have become the update to work seamlessly with the NL products.

 

On a sidenote - if they really want to be honest about this ‘using the classics’, they ought to relaunch the Converter.

 

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Carolpa replied on Fri, Jan 14 2022 5:09 PM

Millemissen:
On a sidenote - if they really want to be honest about this ‘using the classics’, they ought to relaunch the Converter.
In principle I agree.

But, there is always a but, although I love them, the BLC is a to complicate device for the most. Wouldn't it be nice to have a "black box" one side LAN/WLAN connected and on the other side ML and/or data link, just to make one ML device B&o Controllink/Beolink ready.

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Carolpa:

But, there is always a but, although I love them, the BLC is a to complicate device for the most. Wouldn't it be nice to have a "black box" one side LAN/WLAN connected and on the other side ML and/or data link, just to make one ML device B&o Controllink/Beolink ready.

That is what I have always called a ‘NL/ML Converter Light’.

They could sell quite a few, I guess.

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kai replied on Fri, Jan 14 2022 7:09 PM

Unless they produce a new version i don't see the point as they are getting harder to find  

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kai replied on Fri, Jan 14 2022 7:09 PM

Unless they produce a new version i don't see the point as they are getting harder to find  

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L Spad replied on Fri, Jan 14 2022 9:32 PM

That’s because BeoJeff owns them all! 🤣

https://forum.beoworld.org/forums/t/50381.aspx

 

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