BeoSound 9000 switches itself

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      Dear forum community,

      my BeoSound 9000 (2571 and Option 1) behaves a bit strange:

      When I turn it on on CD everything fits for the time being. After an indefinite time, it switches to radio or in standby. The thing with the standby I noticed for the time being only with CD.

      It’s not the remote control (batteries out) or the keyboard (I removed it).

      When I unplug the speakers and listen through headphones, the system doesn’t switch off or switch over. (is then on Auto Option 0).

      Does somebody has any idea?

      Greets, mosim

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        Is the BeoSound 9000 connected to any other B&O equipment with masterlink?

        Or does the BS9000 have a timer set which turns on the radio?

        • This reply was modified 1 month ago by Guy.
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          Based on the symptoms you described, it’s possible that there may be an issue with the power supply or the audio output stage of your BeoSound 9000. Here are a few troubleshooting steps you can try:

          Check the power supply: Make sure that the power supply is functioning properly and providing the correct voltage to the system. You can use a multimeter to measure the voltage at the power supply output terminals.

          Check the audio output stage: The problem could also be caused by a faulty audio output stage. You can use an oscilloscope to check the audio output signal and look for any abnormalities.

          • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 3 days ago by henryy.
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