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How to connect Beolab 5000 speakers to Beocenter 2300 ?

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2masH posted on Sat, Mar 4 2017 3:43 PM

I currently have the Beocenter 2300 connected to the Beolab 2500 speakers. Now I want to connect a set of Beolab 5000 speakers but how to do it ? Each Beolab speaker has a power cord and a din-cord.

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Answered (Verified) 2masH replied on Sat, Mar 4 2017 4:03 PM
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sorry not DIN but link cord..

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Answered (Verified) 2masH replied on Sat, Mar 4 2017 4:03 PM
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sorry not DIN but link cord..

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I suppose, that you mean the big panel speakers.

Actually they are connected just like BL2500 ---- with PowerLink cables (use the fully wired version).

If you mean 'in addition' to the BL2500 - you will need a powerlink splitter in order to daisychain the sound signal.

Set the BL5000 to L and R respectively - and set the switch to 'audio'.

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2masH replied on Sat, Mar 4 2017 5:06 PM

Thank you very much for the reply. I want to connect the BL5000 on their own without the 2500's. Shall I pull out all cords from both left and right BL2500 except the 220V powercord ? Then connect the BL5000 link cables in the BC2300 speakers a and b ? Finally all 3 power cords to 220V ?

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Yes, if the cables, you described, are original PL cables - that is the way to do it.Aalways turn of power, when you connect something.

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2masH replied on Sat, Mar 4 2017 7:39 PM

And once again just to be sure, all 3 power cords to 220V ?

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Sure - otherweise thing won't work ;-)

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