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Beosound 3000 with 6 speakers?

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jspi3141
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jspi3141 posted on Sun, Jun 21 2020 3:47 PM

Good afternoon.

I have been a member on here for many years but unfortunately lost my sign in details so have registered again as a newbie.

In that mode I have what is probably a very dull question to ask.

I have the following lounge setup:

1) Beosound 3000

2) Penta 3 as rear speakers (via Powerlink looping speaker 1 to speaker 2)

3) Beolab 6000 as front speakers (via Powerlink looping speaker 1 to speaker 2)

4) Non-B&O TV/STB/Games/Alexa kit running into Beosound 3000 via the Aux In on the 3000.

All works great and sound is as good as you'd expect :)

I would like to put an extra pair of speakers in the adjacent room so that when the lounge is playing, the next room also has the same music. 

Was thinking about putting the 6000s in the other room and replacing with another set of Penta's.

So question is whether this is possible just by wiring the additional speakers into the existing loop or is there a different way to think about this? Don't want to get into remote links etc.

Thanks!

John.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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stefan
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stefan replied on Sun, Jun 21 2020 5:29 PM

Yes you can add a third pair of Beolabs by using Powerlink splitter or daisy chain them ( there are no more poerlink sockets free in your setup, I think...)

The third pair in the other room will have the same sound settings and will follow volume level of the main system.

Welcome - back - on Beoworld.

Stefan

 

jspi3141
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Thanks for the quick reply and the welcome :)

Seems straightforward then.

John,

jspi3141
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Thanks for the quick reply and the welcome :)

Seems straightforward then.

John,

Stoobietoo
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The simple system above will work very well.

If you wanted independent control of the speakers in the second room (and use active speakers), you could run a Masterlink cable and Beolink Active. That way you can have complete control of the speakers in that room. They plug into the Beolink Active using the Powerlink cables. If you wanted to use passive speakers you use a Beolink Passive instead. 

You can then have the speakers in both rooms on, or main room on and the second room off or vice versa. You will also have independent volume control in each room.

It will be a little more expensive but it is exactly the system B&O envisaged. 

Stoobie 

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