Beosound 9000 mk1, mk2, mk3 data-link

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  • #7603
    Jg1976
    BRONZE Member

      So mk2 & mk3 do not have data-link on the Aux input as I understand. But how about mk1? I have an ouverture where I can control an beogram 4500 (record player) via remote, also step back & forth via remote. Is that possible on beosound 9000 mk1 while connecting via aux input (and select PHONO)? Anyone knows?

      #7604
      Millemissen
      GOLD Member
        • Flensborg/Danmark

        None has datalink – as far as I know.

        MM

        #7606
        Jg1976
        BRONZE Member

          Thank you Millemissen. That makes ouvertyre quite rare does it not?

          #7610
          Millemissen
          GOLD Member
            • Flensborg/Danmark

            Sure….that is well known (amongst those in need of datalink).
            In retrospect it is a pity, now that the Beogram/vinyl players have become so popular.

            If you don’t need Masterlink, you could however, use the Phono socket on one of the older Beomasters (3500/4500/6500/7000 etc).

            Also see:

            https://www.beoworld.org/article_view.asp?id=64

            MM

            #7614
            Guy
            Moderator
              • Warwickshire, UK

              I think that the early BS9000 may have datalink.  The service manuals on site show datalink present in the Mk1 (Types 2521 to 2530), but not present in the Mk2 and Mk3.  However, B&O service manuals have been known to be wrong in the past.

              I think datalink was dropped from most products as N.RADIO and N.MUSIC compatible products were introduced, such as BS3000/3200.  N.RADIO used the old PHONO IR command.

              The early BS9000s Mk1 were not N.RADIO/N.MUSIC compatible, hence required a SW upgrade.  Perhaps such a SW upgrade disables the datalink capability.

               

              #7616
              Millemissen
              GOLD Member
                • Flensborg/Danmark

                Interesting….worth investigating!

                Anyone with a MK1 here to test it?

                MM

                #7617
                Carolpa
                SILVER Member

                  I think that the early BS9000 may have datalink. The service manuals on site show datalink present in the Mk1 (Types 2521 to 2530), but not present in the Mk2 and Mk3. However, B&O service manuals have been known to be wrong in the past. I think datalink was dropped from most products as N.RADIO and N.MUSIC compatible products were introduced, such as BS3000/3200. N.RADIO used the old PHONO IR command. The early BS9000s Mk1 were not N.RADIO/N.MUSIC compatible, hence required a SW upgrade. Perhaps such a SW upgrade disables the datalink capability.

                  I bought my first BS9000 while it was introduced to the public. Even this mkI version did not support datalink on the AUX.

                  #7618
                  Jg1976
                  BRONZE Member

                    Thank you coralpa!

                    I thing that cleared up the question!
                    Will keep my ouvertyr for a while…

                    #7619
                    Guy
                    Moderator
                      • Warwickshire, UK

                      Even my (gen 1) BeoSound 1’s service manual shows the AUX datalink pins connected to its processor.  As I said, there seem to be several errors. (BS3000 service manual likewise)

                      I would quite like to control my BG6500 via my BeoSound 1 😀

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