Connect Beogram 4400 to a CD Player

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  • #7089
    pnapoleao
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    Hi everyone,

    I have a Beomaster 4400 and a Beogram 1700 that I’ve inherited, that are working perfectly. I linked a Chromocast audi using a Sounds Heavenly cable, and I’m very happy with the system.

    However, I miss to listen my CDs. I wandt to buy a vintage Beogram CD player but not sure which model will be able to connect to the Beomaster 4400.

    Any advice?

    Thank you.

    Patrícia

    #7090
    Millemissen
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    As far as I remember the BM4400 has 5-pin input connections (one for Phono and two for Tape).

    Basicly you can use any CD player – in some cases you’ll have to use an adapter (R/L to DIN).

    If you want vintage B&O….go for a CDX/CDX2 – which one is better the vintage specialist here may tell you.

    There you have options for controlling directly on the device.

    MM

    #7091
    pnapoleao
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    Thank you so much!!

     

    #7092
    Steve at Sounds Heavenly
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    Hi Patricia,

    Welcome to BeoWorld!  Glad to hear that the cable I sent for the Beogram is working well.

    You just need this cable to link any non-B&O CD player to the Tape input of the Beomaster as MM mentioned, this is the cable you need:-

    https://soundsheavenly.com/bang-olufsen/52-72-stereo-rca-twin-phono-to-beosound-aux-input-din-socket.html#/2-length-1m

    Any questions, please ask!

    Kind regards, Steve.

    #7093
    pnapoleao
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    Thank you once again Steve!

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