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I have a Beomaster 4500 receiver. I'm going to use non-B & O in the wall speakers. How do I power them.

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Melech
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Melech posted on Sun, Nov 27 2016 5:31 AM

I was told I needed a in line amp? Help

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Since I can't read all of the post's title I am not sure what you are trying to connect to :-

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Millemissen
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That is easy!

Just plug them in - use the right speakers plug, though.

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Melech replied on Sun, Nov 27 2016 2:30 PM

I have in the wall speakers. Using it in a home office. They are real good in the wall speakers but are not B & O and are not powered. Will they work or do I need to use an inline amp. Also in connecting a non- B & O turntable do I need anything or can I just connect it together with the appropriate cables?

 

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The BM4500 has an amp built-in.

Just use the speakers wire from the in-wall speakers - as I wrote you will have to mount the right plugs.

You can find the User Guide here:

http://www.bang-olufsen.com/da/product-support/sound-systems/beosystem-4500

If you want to connect a non-B&O turntable, this must have a RIAA-amp or you must use an external.

Again - you will need the right plug for connecting it to the Master.

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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