Just bought it from the first owner but untested from the wall . Sometimes it works okay but mostly not . The problem comes with the Lid not lifting the glass good enough and the cd player reaction is also bad . Been measuring the voltage on the tray motor (glass ) and the voltage is around 8 volts so lower as needed I think . I think because off sometimes proper working (tray and cd player) that maybe the power supply acts up . So any idea about the power supply and mostly the problems from it ? Thanks
The lid sometimes works but then the voltage is around 9 volts on the motor (slow working was below 7 volts measured. But I have just been re soldering the Motor Control unit at the parts on the cooling plate mounted . And slow working because without anything further mounted . But in slow time it’s plays the cd and is doing his moves from one cd to the other . So maybe it’s solved now for the time being ? And maybe a problem that is happening more on these older equipment nowadays ?
My are getting totally crazy about Beosound 9000 and played perfectly all afternoon and after putting it standby so the same non function cd and lid again . So must be somewhere else but I.am done with this kind off equipment from B and O . So for sale at EBay soon and never again a Beosound 9000
That is the reason i never wanteda bs9000. Not so durable as the Beosystem 9500 ( okay tape and one cd) but build like a tank and the laser is extremely durable (Philips CDM2, same as beogram cd5500) still plays after 32y without any reparation ( just replaced some belts from the sliding doors and tape)