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BeoCenter 7007+BeoVox S75 volume problem

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Red12325
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Red12325 posted on Sat, Apr 20 2013 1:28 PM

Hello there,

Last week I got a beocenter 7007 with two beovox s75 speaker. I connected the speakers to the beocenter with a 2p DIN cable (male and female endings). When I turn on the beocenter on the radio tuner I get a really low sound out of the boxes and this is when I have the beocenter on maximum volume. When I connect my Beogram cd player to the beocenter I get the same low sound, when I connect my ipod to the beocenter I also get a low sound.

The thing is that when i put my ear next to the speaker every component of the box (bass, treble, tweeter) seems tot work.

It sounds like a lion that wants tot be uncaged. It sounds like the volume is limited or something.

I'm really looking forward to hear what it's capable of.

Can anybody help me out?

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Magnus replied on Sat, Apr 20 2013 2:00 PM

Hi,

Under the lid there are switches to activate the speaker outputs, one for Speaker 1 and one for Speaker 2. Are the correct one depressed?

Just a thought. And remember to turn down the volume before trying anything!

Magnus

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Dillen replied on Sat, Apr 20 2013 2:33 PM

I don't remember if this Beocenter has the preamp blinding-plug in the connector bay ?
It could also be the muting circuit.

Martin

Red12325
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I've read something about that before. But what is a preamp blinding plug? Is that supposed to connect with the 7p din 'Line in/out' exit?

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Yeah I already found those.

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Dillen replied on Sat, Apr 20 2013 3:15 PM

The blinding plug is typically a round grey dummy-connector that plugs in to establish a contact from
the output of the preamplifier to the output stage.
It's here to allow you to connect external filters/equalizers etc. and to take out/ put in signals to/from other
sources.
Line in/out sounds like the place to find one inserted.

Martin

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There is nothing inserted in that exit. Is a blinding plug har to find?

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Dillen replied on Sat, Apr 20 2013 3:52 PM

No. But you can also use a normal 5-pin male DIN plug and connect pins
1-3 (left channel)
4-5 (right channel)
and insert it.

You can see the original type of plug inserted here:
http://193.238.185.184/images/2206943?size=large&index=7

Martin

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Hi,

 

I have the exact same problem with a 7007 that i have just got hold of. Did you get it sorted as I would be over the moon if this is fairly easy to get sorted,

Thanks,

 

Rob.

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Rob,
Make a plug as described above and fit it to the line in/out socket.

Martin

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Hi Martin,

sorryif this is is repeated twice-my last message didnt seem to send!  my line in/out socket already has a 7 pin plug! should that be there? sorry- trying my best to keep up!

Rob

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Can you tell if it has the blinding function of looping ins and outs together ?
Or let us see a photo ?

Martin

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Just tried to upload 3 photos to the Media section but it wont let me! Can I send them via an email or something?

 

Rob.

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