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AV Processor to replace BeoSystem 2

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MarkPla7z
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MarkPla7z posted on Sun, Sep 15 2019 6:06 PM

Can anyone suggest me a a good about processor to replace the date beosystem 2 which I can use the RCA outputs of my beolab speakers with 

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Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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Hi MarkPla7z,

I would suggest looking at the Pioneer SC-LX59, Denon AVR-X3500, Yamaha RX-A830 or RX-V775 AV processors/receivers, all of which have audio pre-out sockets for easy connection of Beolab speakers for a Dolby surround sound setup (receiver model numbers seem to change every few weeks, but they tend to increase incrementally, eh. RX-V774 to RX-V775, etc).

You can connect stereo Beolab speakers (eg. Beolabs 1, Penta, 4000 mk.1, 6000, 8000, etc) to one of these processors using these cables (one set of cables is needed for each pair of speakers to be connected):-

https://soundsheavenly.com/line-in-connection/6-30-av-processor-pre-amp-sonos-to-beolab-rca-line-in-one-cable-for-two-speakers.html#/2-length-1m

If you have a Beolab 2 subwoofer, or a Beolab 7-x/Beolab 10 dedicated centre speakers, these each need a powered cable to generate the trigger signals that would normally be sent from a B&O television:-

https://soundsheavenly.com/line-in-connection/101-459-singletwin-rca-to-beolab-2-7-10-2500-powered-trigger-kit.html#/2-length-1m

Please ask if you need any further help.

Kind regards, Steve.

Steve.

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Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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The cable workshop, Leics, UK
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Hi MarkPla7z,

I would suggest looking at the Pioneer SC-LX59, Denon AVR-X3500, Yamaha RX-A830 or RX-V775 AV processors/receivers, all of which have audio pre-out sockets for easy connection of Beolab speakers for a Dolby surround sound setup (receiver model numbers seem to change every few weeks, but they tend to increase incrementally, eh. RX-V774 to RX-V775, etc).

You can connect stereo Beolab speakers (eg. Beolabs 1, Penta, 4000 mk.1, 6000, 8000, etc) to one of these processors using these cables (one set of cables is needed for each pair of speakers to be connected):-

https://soundsheavenly.com/line-in-connection/6-30-av-processor-pre-amp-sonos-to-beolab-rca-line-in-one-cable-for-two-speakers.html#/2-length-1m

If you have a Beolab 2 subwoofer, or a Beolab 7-x/Beolab 10 dedicated centre speakers, these each need a powered cable to generate the trigger signals that would normally be sent from a B&O television:-

https://soundsheavenly.com/line-in-connection/101-459-singletwin-rca-to-beolab-2-7-10-2500-powered-trigger-kit.html#/2-length-1m

Please ask if you need any further help.

Kind regards, Steve.

Steve.

www.soundsheavenly.com

Sounds Heavenly are proud to sponsor BeoWorld!

MarkPla7z
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Perfect I got beolab 4000 and 8000 so just simple RCA  to the pre outs thanks for you help

MarkPla7z
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Perfect I got beolab 4000 and 8000 so just simple RCA  to the pre outs thanks for you help

MarkPla7z
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Perfect I got beolab 4000 and 8000 so just simple RCA  to the pre outs thanks for you help

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