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Hi, thanks again!
I think I’m going to try to find a Beoremote 1 BT. If I am correct, with that I should be able to control everything. In the end that’s what I’m after: back to the full integration that I once had.
The only thing missing then is the TV, since I sold my BV7 and got an LG instead. Sadly, the LG is one generation too old to be able to be controlled by the BR1 BT. But if at least the music is fully integrated again, I’m happy.
Again, thanks for all your help. It was invaluable.
Thank you so much for your elaborate advice! Following your steps, I got it working.
Would it also be possible to use the Beo4 to control the volume? Right now, I can switch tracks with the Beo4, but for volume I have to revert to the B&O app.
I hope someone can help me out. I got the converter and bought a ML cable. So I should be all set. But I’m getting lost in configuring it all. While it should be pretty straight forward.
What I have is this:
BeoSound 3000 — [ML cable] — NL/ML converter — [UTP cable] — Switch —[UTP cable] —BeoSound Core — BeoLab 20
I’d like to be able to control it all via the B&O app and preferably also the Beo4.
But how should I set the BS3000 (option 0, 1 or 2), the NL/ML converter (A master, V master, AV master, slave, etc.) and maybe the Core?
I have managed to control the BS3000 through the B&O app (the CD starts spinning) but I don’t get any sound to the speakers (which are connected to the Core). So commands are issued to the BS3000. Commands are also coming back I think, because on the B&O app it shows the track number which is playing.
However, sound doesn’t seem to come back.
I do have the reference manual of the NL/ML converter, but I haven’t managed to find the right configuration yet.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Well, I found a used NL/ML converter. The idea of full integration sounds good to me, especially if I’ll be able to use my Beo4 to turn the whole system off. My wife would like that a lot, because she’s really not at ease with the apps on the phone.
Sadly, I don’t have a clue where I left my Masterlink cable, but I’m sure I’ll find it back somewhere. And after that, I’ll have to fix the glass doors on my BS3000 (because they stick, like so many of them), but at least I won’t have to be bored.
I’m ready to keep 30 year old design beauty alive, oh yeah :-).
I’m sorry for not replying sooner, while you all replied so kindly.
@Steve, if I put the volume of the BS3000 at 75%, wouldn’t it introduce a lot of hiss?