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leetommy
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leetommy posted on Sat, Jun 27 2020 8:42 PM

I have got a beosound 9000 two beolab 8000 and two beolab 6000. how do I connect the four speakers to the beosound 9000? Is there any better option for wi fi streaming than tibo 2?

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joaosousa
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Hello, for connect the 4 speakers you will need 2 Y cables. Or in other words, splitters. 

 

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Hello, for connect the 4 speakers you will need 2 Y cables. Or in other words, splitters. 

 

Jaffrey2230
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I bought a Tibo 2 and sold it within a week. The audio quality isn’t great. If you can, A Beosound Core would be perfect. Also a really low cost but very good alternatives are Google Chromecast Audio, Amazon Echo or even AirPort Express. I found the audio on the Tibo 2 too noisy for my taste. Your speakers all take line in input via RCA so you can plug them to any streaming system.

My B&O Home: 

 

  • Beolab 8002 + Beolab 2 + Beosound Core with Essence Remote (Office)
  • Beolab 6000 + Beolab 11 + Beosound Core with Essence Remote (Bedroom)
  • Beoplay A9 Mk2 (Living Room)
  • Beosound 1 with wireless dock (Portable)
  • Beosound Balance (Dining)
  • Beoplay H95 (Focused listening, travel)
  • Beoplay H9 (3rd gen) (retired)
  • Beoplay P6 (Portable)
  • Beotime wall clock (hallway entrance)
  • Beoremote X (poor man's Halo Big Smile)

 

 

 

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Jeff replied on Sun, Jun 28 2020 3:35 AM

Interesting, I sit less that 4 feet from my BL8000s connected to a Tibo Bond 2 and I don’t hear any noise. In fact I find it sounds very good. 

Jeff

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Carolpa
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joaosousa:

Hello, for connect the 4 speakers you will need 2 Y cables. Or in other words, splitters.

actually you don’t.

Connect the bl6000 to the bs9000. Daisy chain the bl8000 to the bl6000.

leetommy
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leetommy replied on Sun, Jun 28 2020 12:08 PM

Excellent advise! Thanks a lot! I am already enjoying the four loudspeakers working beautifully! 

Jaffrey2230
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In my case the Tibo Bond2 was connected to a BL 2 and the BL 2 to a pair of BL 8002 and there was a hiss and compared to the the Core the sound seemed to lack bass. In the end all that matters is if you like it. At the price it is a pretty good device. 

My B&O Home: 

 

  • Beolab 8002 + Beolab 2 + Beosound Core with Essence Remote (Office)
  • Beolab 6000 + Beolab 11 + Beosound Core with Essence Remote (Bedroom)
  • Beoplay A9 Mk2 (Living Room)
  • Beosound 1 with wireless dock (Portable)
  • Beosound Balance (Dining)
  • Beoplay H95 (Focused listening, travel)
  • Beoplay H9 (3rd gen) (retired)
  • Beoplay P6 (Portable)
  • Beotime wall clock (hallway entrance)
  • Beoremote X (poor man's Halo Big Smile)

 

 

 

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