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BeoSound 4 now Obsolete

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CJM1 Posted: Wed, May 29 2013 3:38 PM

I was in B&O the other day. And the very nice man who worked there told me that the BeoSound 4 is no longer in production. The end of CD players. Although he did tell me there still getting stock of the 9000

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Hungedu replied on Wed, May 29 2013 3:59 PM

Actually, it was obsolete a few years ago, but B&O was still making them. No more CD players left now except the ripping device for BS-5

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No big deal - there are plenty of Philips CDM4-based players still out there, which will last another 50 years if serviced correctly.

The Beogram CD 5500, 6500, 7000, and BeoCenter 8000, 8500, 9000, 9500, 9300.

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SWISS_2 replied on Wed, May 29 2013 7:30 PM

My Beosound 4 is only used now as a HTPC sound system, and to play SD card music downloaded and added from the computer. Our Beosound 3200 has been installed to serve just the Library.

Besides, I can't load or play a CD as the glass cover will no longer remain up. It will e taken to a B&O store for repairs someday.

But the sound is still quite good, and accessible throughout the house.

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