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Ditlev
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Ditlev posted on Sun, Jan 20 2019 11:48 AM

I bought my speakers in Denmark (delivered to London), so I have to deal with install/cabling etc, together with our AV guy who has not dealt with BL90s before. 

 

This is what we are planning: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2rh0prjt51ks7mx/FDC3.pdf?dl=0

Does it make sense to you? Anything you'd change?

As always - thanks for your feedback. 

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Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Hi Ditlev,

Yes, that all looks correct!  Please feel free to get in touch via my sponsor link below if you would like help with the cabling for your speakers.

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Ditlev replied on Sun, Jan 20 2019 5:32 PM

Steve at Sounds Heavenly:

Hi Ditlev,

Yes, that all looks correct!  Please feel free to get in touch via my sponsor link below if you would like help with the cabling for your speakers.

Kind regards, Steve.

Thanks Steve, I bought the initial set from you - and I think our AV guy is in contact with you already for the cables needed for the full setup.

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Thanks Ditlev!

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Ditlev replied on Sun, Jan 20 2019 6:27 PM

Steve, do you have any guidelines to the max lengths of these cables? How far can speakers be away from source?

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Hi Ditlev,

The general rule is to keep the cables as short as possible for best sound quality, particularly with analogue sources.  These should be in the same room (or adjacent room as a worst case) and no more than 20m from the Master speaker for best results.  Please keep all RJ45 Powerlink cables separate from any Ethernet cables or patch panels and avoid running these cables back to equipment rooms unless as a last resort.

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Ditlev replied on Sun, Jan 27 2019 2:16 PM

So, this is what we are looking at. https://www.dropbox.com/s/oa6689gcgpftup5/av.pdf?dl=0:800:0 - makes sense?

 

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Ditlev replied on Sun, Jan 27 2019 2:16 PM

double post - apologies

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Hi Ditlev,

Yes, that looks good.  Pretty much all the cabling is standard Ethernet or HDMI, but please ask if you need any hlep with the more bespoke connections (eg. Beogram to Beolab 90) and I will be happy to help.

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