Sign in   |  Join   |  Help

Search

  • Re: Beomaster 2000 volume issues.

    Lawrence, thanks for the tip. Ive disconnected one set of speakers, disconnected the other set, swapped them over to different sides and the result is the same - the right channel is weak. I guess at least I've proved the issue doesn't lie with the speakers.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Thu, May 16 2019
  • Beogram 1102

    I'm using a Beogram 1102 into a Beomaster 2000. Usually when Iturn it on there is no volume at all in the right channel. A wiggle of the plug in the phono socket usually solves the issue (though see separate post), though accompanied by loud static cracks. Obviously I'd like to just turn on and enjoy without the wiggle and wondered it these are any ways that I can attend to either the plug itself or (possibly more likely) the socket. Thanks
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Wed, May 15 2019
    Filed under: beogram 1102
  • Beomaster 2000 volume issues.

    Hi, not posted for a while. I have a Beomaster 2000 that is quiet in the right channel. I've tried it with both the record deck through the phono input (see separate post), and the CD player through the tape input. Moving the balance slider to the right there is some volume in the speakers (I'm running a four speaker set up) but it is very quiet, and lacks bass. I've tried putting the speakers in different inputs with no success. The left channel is fine, sounds superb. Clear, cutting
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Wed, May 15 2019
    Filed under: channel, volume, Beomster 2000
  • Beomaster 2000/CD4500

    Just a quick question - can anyone confirm if the CD4500 is able to be played through the Beomaster 2000 (type 2801)? Im assuming that I can use the tape player DIN. Thanks.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Sun, Feb 21 2016
  • Re: Beomaster 2000/CD4500

    Just the news I needed, thanks. It apparently has a 5-pin DIN so I should be good to go.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Sun, Feb 21 2016
  • Beogram 1102 woodgrain strips

    Now that my 1102 is working as it should I can turn my attention to the cosmetics. The lid needs a polish, but the main issue is that the "woodgrain" (which actually appears to be a thin veneer of plastic?) along the sides is coming off and needs re-gluing, but worse still the strip along the front is missing. Is there a source of replacement veneer?
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Wed, Aug 27 2014
  • Re: Beogram 1102 return problems

    Martin, Problem solved and Beogram now performing exactly as it should. Turns out that the arm was actually permanently in its down position, so I've made some adjustments (as per the manual) and all is now spot on. Thanks for your help. Mark
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Wed, Aug 27 2014
  • Re: Beogram 1102 return problems

    Martin, When looking under the deck earlier I did suspect that this might be the problem. I will sort out some light oil tomorrow and give it a good soak, then feed back and let you know if it has done the trick. Thanks for the photo, too, which is perfect! Cheers, Mark
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Tue, Aug 26 2014
  • Re: Beogram 1102 return problems

    OK I've got the bottom off and the lifting arm seems to move backwards/forwards, activated by a cam slot in the drive, and lifting the "lifting bar". What I can't see is how the movement is activated as the deck is upside down.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Tue, Aug 26 2014
  • Re: Beogram 1102 return problems

    Graham, Before I take the thing apart would that be the piece described on the exploded view in the manual as the "lifting arm". The name would make sense!
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Theguitarsmith on Tue, Aug 26 2014
Page 1 of 2 (11 items) 1 2 Next > | More Search Options
Beoworld Security Certificate

SSL