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I use a mini jack 3.5 and Din5 on beomaster 7000 AUX connexion

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YL
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YL posted on Sat, Jan 4 2020 11:55 AM

Hi,

I don't have any song when I used a non B&O source with the AUX connector, although the AUX run with some other B&O source.

I have the same non result with any other connector of the beomaster, phono/tape1/tape2......

I do not understand why

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CB replied on Sat, Jan 4 2020 5:55 PM
Hi

The B&O AUX plug is used for input and output. Are you sure your (homemade?) cable is properly wired?
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Hi YL,

Welcome to Beoworld!  Which device are you trying to connect to the Beomaster please?  If this is an iPod or other portable music player with a headphone socket, then you can use the CD, Phono, Tape 1 or Tape 2 sockets on the Beomaster via a cable like this one:-

https://soundsheavenly.com/bang-olufsen/67-298-minijack-to-aux-in-ipod-to-beosound-beomaster-beocenter-using-aux-din-socket.html#/2-length-1m

The Aux socket is intended for a link to an older B&O TV or a Beolink Converter, so it is best ignored when connecting a non-B&O device to the Beomaster, as it won't work as expected.

Kind regards, Steve.

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