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  • Re: The one and only 🍻 thread

    The A1 has been great this summer on the balcony. Today, clearly, summer is over!
    Posted to BeoWorld People & Lifestyle (Forum) by etype76 on Fri, Sep 23 2016
  • B&O and pets

    I wondered how many of you own pets that freely roam your home. It can be a challenge to have nice stuff when having pets. We got a miniature dachshund in Feb and he's a real charmer. Luckily, the speakers are wall mounted and the Beogram is out of his reach. He has tried to chew a few LPs, I managed to hear the plastic cover rustling and stop him before he got through to the record cover. Sadly, a pair of Toms wasn't so lucky. Today, cleaning the bathroom, I opened the door and stepped out
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by etype76 on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Beogram 8002 sticking tonearm

    Very informative pics as always! My tonearm assembly has stuck once since which likely means it will happen again but it is definitely much better. I also thought that perhaps the tonearm was travelling a bit too far at rest. There is a tiny but noticeable 'wobble' when it comes to a rest which may indicate that it is raising up a bit. Anyway, I will see it the current setup works over the weekend. I did adjust that SO switch slightly and could see that the set down point was altered but
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by etype76 on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Beogram 8002 sticking tonearm

    I went back inside this morning. Sonavor, I pressed play while the belt was off and the motor ran strongly ten straight times in a row and always seems to spin with the belt on. I decided to completely clean up the rails without actually removing them. That stuff on the ends is not grease, more silicone/rubber. I got it off both rails. All clips look in tact. I cleaned up the rails and applied some oil. Now, I've been here before so I don't want to seem overconfident but things seem to be
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by etype76 on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Beogram 8002 sticking tonearm

    Not sure if the motor still runs with the belt off. There's certainly some resistance when I turn the worm drive a bit to get the tonearm to move out. After that, it runs very smoothly. Here's a pic of the situation. There's the rubber like stuff on the ends of the guide rails. I've removed bits of that but not all.
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by etype76 on Wed, Sep 21 2016
  • Beogram 8002 sticking tonearm

    Hi, I acquired a Beogram 8002 in March this year. The unit I got is near mint and has had its caps replaced. The issue I've been having with it has been occurring since I got it out of the original box. I've been thinking it was the servo-belt being incorrect, but now I'm not sure. Here's the issue: When I hit PLAY, often, the tonearm doesn't come out. The platter rotates at 33.33. I manually give the brass worm drive a turn by hand reaching towards the back of the unit and then
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by etype76 on Wed, Sep 21 2016
    Filed under: beogram+8002 belt servo
  • Re: EarSet 3i broken cable

    I've had the exact same problem in 2016. The day before I was flying out on holiday I went into a shop, unplugged my EarSet 3i, when I plugged them back into my iPhone they didn't work! I was convinced it was the iPhone. I restarted it, cleaned the jack but after trying them in another device it was the earphones. Now I've got to take a considerable amount of time to take them back to the shop and have them repaired. Some sound does come through when I 'tweak' around the base
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by etype76 on Sun, Sep 11 2016
  • Re: What B&O are we packing for travel?

    I'm in Japan, but will travel to UK and Spain in Aug. I love my new moss green A1 but I am on the fence about taking it due to the weight. It's not heavy really but I am considering my journey back to Japan laden with sauce bottles and a multitude of other condiments. Wondering if the iPhone speaker will do :( I will be taking my Earset 3i which have a smooth sound and responsive in-line controller. As for a case for the A1, I don't really mind, I have umpteen pouches from this and that
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by etype76 on Fri, Jun 10 2016
  • Re: Reattaching an MMC cartridge to a Beogram 8000

    Thanks for that. You're probably right, it might be best not to use that one, though I would like to hear it as it looks in a nice condition. I've not had any issues with either the original 20cl or a mmc4000 before. Though the back of the EN looks fine to me with the contacts just slightly raised.
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by etype76 on Wed, Feb 24 2016
  • Reattaching an MMC cartridge to a Beogram 8000

    Sorry if this has been asked before, couldn't find an answer with my search inputs. For any seasoned pros at this, what is the best method to swap a cartridge on an 8000 without breaking the plastic tab - it's rather nerve-racking. I've done it twice before with the same cart but a recently acquired mmc20en seems to be putting up more resistance to going on. Thanks
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by etype76 on Tue, Feb 23 2016
    Filed under: mmc 8000 attach
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