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  • #38790
    ruben1975
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      Hello, I purchased a beolink converter 1611 to use it with my beolab 3500. How do I get the beo4 to communicate with the converter? and after that with to ajust the sound settings on the beolab? I read different manuals (masterlink handbook, beolink handbook, converter manual) but a bit difficult to understand, I have to programm the beo4?

      #38791
      Millemissen
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        If I understand your question right…..

        You don’t!

        The 1611 was created to convert the old MCL system to the (then) newer ML system.

        The BL3500 is a dedicated link speaker that needs a master (audio or video) to be used.

        If setup right, you can draw on the sources from e.g. an audiomaster/the sources there (radio/cd……).

        You control the BL3500 with the remote – have a look here:

        https://www.beoworld.org/prod_details.asp?pid=373

        MM

        #38792
        Anonymous
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          Hi,

          beolink converter 1611 can act as a audiomaster

          so you only connect source to it and masterlink between converter and bl3500 and press cd or radio doesnt matter and it should work

          #38793
          Millemissen
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            Sure – but you’ll need to activate and control the 3500 to get sound.

            The 1611 can be hidden away once the connection is done.

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            MM

            #38794
            Anonymous
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              Hi, yes of cource ts need the beo4 to the beolab 3500

              but i maybe missunderstand ts

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