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Can I replace the Room ML with WiFi

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SteveieK
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SteveieK posted on Mon, Nov 1 2021 12:02 PM

Hi, 

I have B&O Sound 5 system and have ML cable between it and a Beolab 3500 plus another speaker in the kitchen and wondered if I can replace the ML with wifi connections to the Beo sound 5?

 

Thanks 

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Millemissen
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SteveieK:

Hi, 

I have B&O Sound 5 system and have ML cable between it and a Beolab 3500 plus another speaker in the kitchen and wondered if I can replace the ML with wifi connections to the Beo sound 5?

 

Thanks 

No!

That said - there was a product, that could make this connection wireless:

https://www.beoworld.org/prod_details.asp?pid=1028

However, not many would recommend this product - it was a hit and miss, whether that worked flawless or not.

In any case, a cabled connection is allways the best - especially it it already is there Smile

 

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

SteveieK
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Thanks MM, I’ll stick with ML cable connection just need to replace the outside junction boxes again!

beojeff
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There actually IS a way to join your ML devices to your wifi network. That would be by converting them to NL via NL/ML Converters connected to each ML device. The converters would then need to be connected by CAT7 to a wifi access point. This is a rather costly investment, but it brings your ML devices into a more modern B&O network with robust connections and the ability to add Deezer and TuneIn just by adding any NL device to your network.

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