How do I fit a Beosound 9000 table stand?

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    Stoobietoo
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    I have just bought a table stand for my Beosound 9000. It came with 4 bolts with spacers. I know I have to adjust the tensioner on the back to change from flat to upright. I do not have the red key. Can this be done by carefully using a screw driver? Or would it be better to find some suitable plastic and cut a key? I also know I can change the display by turning the manual control panel and spin the logo on the clamper.

    I can see some simple diagrams on the Web of how the BS9000 goes on the stand but no detailed fitting instructions saying where I put the bolts and how they fit to the stand. Any assistance would appreciated, especially photos or the PDF manual.

    I want to stand it in the “upright” position.

    Many thanks, Stoobie

    #6430
    matador
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    Hi Stoobie,

    You can use the user manual for the STB Bracket stand. Although not exactly similar, the principle is the same: slot in the bottom, bolt and spacers at the top.

    You have  also  a diagram in the service manual but I beleive you already seen it.

    The holes in the BS9000 are the only ones apparent. When you hold the unit in front of the stand (or the stand below the unit) they should reveal themselves.

    Hope this helps.

    #6443
    Stoobietoo
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    Thanks Matador,

    That is just what I need. Any thoughts on the adjustment with a screwdriver?

    Stoobie

    #6446
    matador
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    Oh yes sorry, No problem at all. Screw driver or any flat head shape. They are not screws, more locks or something mounted on a spring. you just push them gently and turn them until they click in place. Not risk to break anything in there.

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