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connecting TV to Beomaster 4400

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darmatt posted on Wed, Nov 6 2019 11:16 PM

Hello everyone. I am new to these forums.  Have just purchased a vintage beomaster 4400. Some of my friends talked me into it claiming the sound was much better than that achieved with a new amplifier within $2000 price. Now, what is the best way to connect that beauty of mine to a TV? Please advise. Cheers lads and girls.

Mat

 

 

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darmatt
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Made a bit of reading elsewhere. For all laics like myself: use a cable 2xRCA > DIN 5.

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Peter replied on Thu, Nov 7 2019 8:01 PM

It is of course only stereo but it is a great amplifier. Have had a few! Use mine with an echo dot and M100.2s. And a Beogram 4000 of course!

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darmatt:

Made a bit of reading elsewhere. For all laics like myself: use a cable 2xRCA > DIN 5.

Hi Mat,

Welcome to Beoworld!  Yes, if your TV has red and white RCA Audio Out sockets fitted then you just need this cable to play the TV sound to the B&O system:-

https://soundsheavenly.com/bang-olufsen/52-72-stereo-rca-twin-phono-to-beosound-aux-input-din-socket.html#/2-length-1m

Kind regards, Steve.

Steve.

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