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BeoCenter 2 with 4 BeoLab 6000 speakers

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joniamh
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joniamh posted on Sun, Mar 8 2020 3:45 PM

Hi all hope you can shed some light on my issue.  Without listening to my misses and getting some professional advice before buying I have brought a beocenter 2 and 4 xBeoLab 6000 speakers.

Initially I got the beocenter 2 and 2x BeoLab 6000 speakers which worked fantastically. This weekend decided to get two more BeoLab 6000 speakers and went to set the up.

When i brought the beocenter I was given what I thought was a splitter for the speakers that take 4 in totaly by running to one of the speakers and then from that speaker to the next one.  For the two original two speakers that worked fine. But adding the next two speakers in the same way they do not work.  I have swapped over all the cables and the speakers but what every I do they just do not work as 4. 

Attached are three images that I hope will help one that shows the speaker "chaining'. Second one the cable that I believed was the speaker splitter and one of the unit.  Hope this makes sense.

Many thanks Paul


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Millemissen
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You don’t really need a splitter for that.

Just go from one speaker to the next and so on - and set L/R to fit your needs.

Are you sure that one is a PL splitter - there are Aux splitters, too?

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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joniamh
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Could only add one image. This is what I called the speaker chaining.  The all work at sets of 2 just not with all 4 connected.


joniamh
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Just thinking about this. 

Should I have ran one cable from unit to  :

powerlink 1 on first speaker then cable from powerlink 2 on first

to powerlink 1 on second and then from second speaker powerlink 2 ->

powerlink 1 on third and then powerlink 2 from third to powerlink 1 on forth.

Millemissen
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You don’t really need a splitter for that.

Just go from one speaker to the next and so on - and set L/R to fit your needs.

Are you sure that one is a PL splitter - there are Aux splitters, too?

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

joniamh
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Thanks not sure what the splitter is.  I will cable from each speaker tomorrow and test. Many thanks Paul

Aravind Viswanath
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Do you have the socket unit? 

on my setup I’ve got two connections for speakers on my socket unit, and have daisy chained one pair of Beolab 4000 from one of the socket unit connections and have daisy chained a BL6000 from the other connector  

joniamh
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Worked as you described.  Many thanks Paul 

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