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Now, that’s good to know, thanks again MM! I was wondering why these tiny holes seemed threaded.
Yes, I can. But no sound when plugged into the CD socket.
Hey you friendly folks, Millesmissen was right, the two “upper” pins are missing. Clipped out, it seems, I can see the holes left. So I guess it’s only a minor operation.
When I plugged the BG7000 into the phono socket of the BM5500 I could immediately hear that there was something wrong (two RIAA amps) but that wasn’t the case when plugging it into the BM6500, no distortions at all. On the other hand, when I plug it into the CD socket, there’s no sound at all.
However, if I really was so unlucky to get one of these special BM6500; do you think that a skilled B&O service technician is able to build the BM6500 back to its “original” state? I’ve planned to have one of my BM7000 overhauled anyway…
Hi and thanks for the welcome and the quick reply. I used to be a member before but had to open a new account since I probably messed up something transferring to the new page 🙂
I didn’t even check that, since I have two more BG7000/BM7000 combos that work. Do you mean that somebody could have clipped the data pins or replaced the 7 wire cable. Possible, will check this evening. But – why should anybody do that? Maybe for the use with a non-B&O amp?