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Beosound 9000 MkII

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Andreas
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Andreas posted on Mon, Nov 9 2020 8:56 PM

I,m offerd an old MkII with some small troubles reading discs. Is it a lot of work to repair this? Might it be enough with a single cleaning of the lens?

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BenSA
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BenSA replied on Tue, Nov 10 2020 6:00 AM

You should probably count on  the worst scenario that the laser needs to be replaced, that in itself is a major issue as B&O no longer has stock of lasers. So basically you have to buy a chinese brand of Ebay and hope that it works. Also need to verify if that 9000 has had the laser repaired before by B&O because it would have probably been upgraded to the MK3 laser

Andreas
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Thanks for the reply. I didn't buy this BS this time and it feels right :-)

seethroughyou
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I was interested in a BS9000 but for similar reasons stopped like you.

It seems a very big shame that B&O can’t supply this amazing legend and pinnacle of B&O’s history with parts. I can foresee a time when all BS9000s in the world will become doorstops or end up in recycling.
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