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  • Beocenter 4000 type 1603 output stage voltage

    Hi All, Just wondering if anyone can help at all, I am in the process of restoring a Beocenter 4000 type 1603. I have recapped the amps and psu with new caps and its been reccomended I change the pots on the output stages I have some on order but I cannot seem to find on my circuit drawings what the...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Lewis T on Thu, Jan 25 2018
    Filed under: speaker sets, repair, help, Beocenter, vintage, noise, becenter, refurb, Classic Audio, speaker channel, DIN, cover, amp, amplifier, beocenter 4000, old, 4000, Service Manual, how to, potentiometer, Hifi, channel lost, repair., output
  • Re: The Beolab 5000 of 1967

    [quote user="Dave Farr"]Hi Frede, You could only do it with owners permission of course but you could make clear that if anyone did send you a picture of their pride and joys, that would intimate permission to use it on your site. It would however be better to have the confirmed approval. You...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Thu, Nov 12 2015
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000 site
  • Re: The Beolab 5000 of 1967

    [quote user="Ben_S"] Hi Frede, Really love your website, found it to be invaluable for information in the past. I particularly enjoyed the old brochures and catalogues you had available on the Beolab 5000 series so any more of those you have in your collection would be great! Nice idea from...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Thu, Nov 12 2015
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000 site
  • Re: The Beolab 5000 of 1967

    [quote user="Dave Farr"] Hi Frede and how are you? One thing that would be nice is to see some of your restored units in the homes of the people who own them once they are returned. With their permission of course. I have in he pst found navigating your old site quite difficult as some didn't...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Thu, Nov 12 2015
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beolab 5000 site
  • 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
  • S75, The worst crossover I've found

    Hello everyone, I purchased a pair of S75's about six months ago and have more than happy with them. Upon further inspection however, I noticed that one of the midrange speakers was not working. Set up with a 5.1 system it was difficult to hear the absence unless you were close to the speaker so...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by andyjsegal on Sun, Apr 12 2015
    Filed under: repair, help, failure, vintage, S75, refurb, Classic Audio, faulty, beovox s75, crossover, caps, fix, diy
  • Re: Privat survey of Beolab 5000 - Beomaster 5000 producs

    [quote user="Jason "] Pleased to join the club, here are my serial numbers for your database Bl5000 type 5303 serie 09 godk no 84122 date of purchase 18-9-71 from dealer - fireside audio , 113 Stratford road, Stroud , Gloucester ,uk bm5000 type 2005 serie 09 godk no 11670 date of purchase 18...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Tue, Nov 18 2014
    Filed under: Classic Audio
  • Re: Privat survey of Beolab 5000 - Beomaster 5000 producs

    [quote user="Ben"] What's the story behind them Peter? Look fantastic by the way! Ben [/quote] The story was: Peter and I had a discussion regarding the Beomaster 4401 (Beomaster 4400 with black front panels). Did this product actually exist ? I was very lucky to find it actually and later...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Tue, Nov 18 2014
    Filed under: Classic Audio, Beomasterter 4401
  • Beocenter 4000 type 1603 - Volume slider help

    Hi Guys, Just wondering if anyone can help me I have got a fully working Beocenter 4000 but the volume slider has got it self in a mess and its come un attached inside and now has come off the machine so have to way to adjust the volume. The slider kept slipping now and would get stuck at 5 out of 12...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Lewis T on Thu, Nov 13 2014
    Filed under: repair, help, Beocenter, failure, problem, vintage, 70s, service menu, becenter, refurb, spares, Classic Audio, belt, volume problem, volume, amp, amplifier, vintage., beocenter 4000, repair dented dome, controls
  • Re: My very own Beovox 5000

    I suggests you cote the trebble and the midtone drivers and replace the capacitors in the filter. You should also replace the cable. The internal cable from the filter to the bass driver and the external cable. Use at least 1 mm2. These few changes will change the sound a lot. / Frede
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by classic on Tue, Aug 26 2014
    Filed under: Classic Audio
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