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André S
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André S posted on Sun, Aug 18 2013 11:59 AM

Hey all :-)

 

i have my Bs7000 connectet to my bv8-40 with helt from the 1611 converter.

The problem os that when i press CD one the beo4 my bv turns one and only my bv and not the bs7000

then the speakers turns one but only a "mmmmmmm" sound is coming of you know what i mea :-/

 

 

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stefan
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stefan replied on Mon, Aug 19 2013 2:44 PM

Are you sure that you use a 7 pin datalinkcable connected to TV/AUX on BM7000 and AUDIO AUS LINK socket on 1611?

And did you try an additional Poerlink cable connected to PL/BM7000 and PL/converter?

Your system is set to V.OPT2 and A.OPT0?

When you select another audiosource - same result? (Asked before but ...)

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André S
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I have never try powerlink from bm7000 to 1611 PL in:-)

will it not do some thing bad to it

stefan
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stefan replied on Mon, Aug 19 2013 4:15 PM

situation:

....

will it not do some thing bad to it

????

Sure - it might work!

I`d recommend to search in the old forum and have a look at the PCG.

Can be downloaded here on Beoworld.

I guess you will find exact this information....

Stefan

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There is no need for the PowerLink cable running parallel to the AUX cable.

Only gain is that you can turn on the sound from the videosystem, when you start a source manually on the audiosystem, and that the audiosource shuts down, when you switch to a videosource (with the Beo4).

I have had a similar setup for years (actually for decades now) - at first with an Avant and now with a BV8-40 as videomaster, and never got the PL cable connected.

No problems there - on the contrary: I can plug in my headphones to the audiosystem, start the audiosource and turn up/down the volume manually without switching the videosystem on.

I must say that I am at a point where I don't understand, where the problem in the 'situation-setup' can be located.

Next thing I would do is swapping the audiomaster with another. But not everyone has a 'spare' MCL-based audiosystem at hand Crying

Greetings Millemissen

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Magnus replied on Mon, Aug 19 2013 10:30 PM
Noise in the audio and no control sounds like a cabel issue to me... Are you sure all the cables are properly in their sockets?
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I have asked that - but I still wonder if it is so?

MM

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André S replied on Mon, Aug 19 2013 11:21 PM

Im now going to say f*** it and then buy new cables and see if that works and if not im goi g to return the 1611 and get a new one.

 

i will report back later when its don :-) thanks all for you're time

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