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One or two beolab receiver 1 in this setup?

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JensT
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JensT posted on Tue, Aug 20 2019 1:48 PM

Hi,

Im looking into expanding my livingroom setup with surround speakers.

I like the size and look of the Beolab 4000 - and the price.

The only downside is that they are not wisa combatible. 

As im using an Avant with wisa built in i’ve been thinking about using the Beolab receiver 1 to make them "wierless". 

So, to my question, is it possible to use only 1 receiver and daisy chain the beolab 4000 with powerlink?

Also wondering if the speakers will turn off/on with the TV using the receiver?

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Aussie Michael
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You need one receiver per speaker

Because when you are setting up your WISA speaker on the Avant it will ask to make each one a speaker role

Therefore you set one up for the right rear and the other for the left rear

You can associate the BL4000 as the speaker as well so the signal is perfect for your speakers.

That’s what I have done with BL3s

And they will switch off when you turn your Avant off.

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kuyttendaele
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Each speaker must have it's own receiver...

Karel.

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To add to Karels answer, one receiver can only output one channel of audio. If you want both Beolab 4000 to play the same thing, then you could only buy one and daisy chain.

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To add to Karels answer, one receiver can only output one channel of audio. If you want both Beolab 4000 to play the same thing, then you could only buy one and daisy chain.

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I’m using two beolab receivers with my two Beolab 8000 rear surround speakers and wisa on my BV11, and yes - the speakers turns on and off together with the BV11.

Best regards - Dyssegaard

Family room: Beovision 11-40 / Beosound Core, Beolab 3 (front), Beolab 8000 / R1 (back), Beolab 2 (sub), AppleTV 4K, Chromecast. Bedroom: Beoplay M5. Home office: Beolit 12. Travel: Beoplay H8, Beoplay A1. NAS: WD My Cloud Home / Plex DLNA Server.

Aussie Michael
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You need one receiver per speaker

Because when you are setting up your WISA speaker on the Avant it will ask to make each one a speaker role

Therefore you set one up for the right rear and the other for the left rear

You can associate the BL4000 as the speaker as well so the signal is perfect for your speakers.

That’s what I have done with BL3s

And they will switch off when you turn your Avant off.

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