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  • Beolab 5000 diagnostics

    Hi I have tried to search for a thread that describe diagnostics 101 for the Beolab 5000, but cannot find any. I just purchased a tired one for way too much money, but are getting progress now. I have sanded the rust on most of the metal, except the bottom plate and some minor rust on some brackets....
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Frank Solem on Tue, Mar 16 2021
    Filed under: vintage, 5000, Beolab 5000, repair.
  • Beloab 5000 speakers, connection options

    Hello So I got my first B&O products today, a pair of Beolab 5000 active speakers. When I got home I set the selector switches to N and A and connected my phone to the line in connectors with a standard minijack to rca cable, just to verify that they work. Sadly, one of them did not play. It seems...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by BeoMarius on Wed, Aug 19 2020
    Filed under: Beolab 5000, power link, speaker link, input impedance
  • Blown away by a Beolab / Beomaster 5000 / BeoVox M70 system older than me!!

    Hi. I’m very new to this forum but I just recently bought from a friend a quite mint Beo system for about $300 (amp tuner and speakers) and I’m simply shocked by how well it sounds using Spotify on iPad 😳 What astounds me is that this system is older than I am since it was produced sometime...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by manstumanda on Wed, Aug 29 2018
    Filed under: Beolab 5000
  • The Beolab 5000 of 1967

    I have spend some time on a redesign of my Beolab 5000 site. Some new information have been added and I have made an all new design of the site. I am still making changes to the site. BUT............................ I would like to know if there are information which you are missing when you visit my...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Wed, Nov 11 2015
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000
  • Re: Moving Coil - Beolab 5000 (1967)

    [quote user="Dave Farr"] Hi Frede, I hope you're feeling a bit better. As I've ordered the Beogram 3000 Thorens TD124MkII combination from you, I may be interested in one of these modules - of course, it depends on cost and availability. Dave. [/quote] Hi Dave, Thank you very much ...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Mon, Jul 28 2014
    Filed under: Beogram 3000, Classic Audio, Beolab 5000, Moving Coil
  • Re: Moving Coil - Beolab 5000 (1967)

    The moving coil module for Beolab 5000 is build and playing. I am really surprised – the sonic quality of a vinyl record played by a Moving Coil cartridge like the famous Ortofon and my new moving coil RIAA module with stepup transformer (the original microphone transformer from a Beolab 5000)...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Mon, Jul 28 2014
    Filed under: Beogram 3000, Classic Audio, Beolab 5000, Moving Coil
  • Re: Moving Coil - Beolab 5000 (1967)

    I will try to explain a little more. I am going to design a box (like the stereo with box). The box will have these inputs: Phono input (for MM cartriges like B&O) Phono input for MC cartridges like Ortofon -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Inside...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Thu, May 1 2014
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000, Moving Coil
  • Re: Moving Coil - Beolab 5000 (1967)

    [quote user="chartz"] Interesting Frede. Now wouldn't it be possible to actually use the MIC transformer inside and re-route the signal within the Beolab so that the MC signal would arrive at the input of the normal phono circuit? Not much to do then. Just wiring. Possibly a change of two...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Thu, May 1 2014
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000, Moving Coil
  • Moving Coil - Beolab 5000 (1967)

    Yes - I know this is not of very high interest for most people! But – I would like the possibility to connect a Moving Coil cartridge to my Beolab 5000. I could buy a passive step-up transformer – like someone perhaps already have done. But for me a true Bang and Olufsen solution would be...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Wed, Apr 30 2014
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000, Moving Coil
  • Privat survey of Beolab 5000 - Beomaster 5000 producs

    "Transferred from the archived forum --- I am still collecting these information" I am trying to find out the production qty of the classic Beolab 5000 type 5303 and the Beomaster 5000 type 2005 of 1967-72 . This is possible by knowing / identifying the serial number and the series of the products...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Fri, Jun 7 2013
    Filed under: Beomaster 5000, Classic Audio, Beolab 5000
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