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  • Re: Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    Hi BeoMotion, Were you successful in hooking up a scope?
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by achangtrakul on Sun, Nov 1 2015
  • Re: Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    As opposed to your Avant, the stand for BV7 only has one cable, the powerlink 8-pin (and a mains cable, off course). I don't need the stand to have the 'memory', just the ability to turn it left and right. I was thinking a programmable IR converter (maybe the one from Lintronic), could convert the signal from the BEO4 remote into right or left turns. Something like that. Anybody tried that out?
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by achangtrakul on Wed, Sep 23 2015
  • Re: Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    Thanks for the reply. As I see it (not a technical person), the motor must reside in the base, and a signal must somehow be sent to that motor to tur left, right and stop. You connect the stand to the BV7 with their 8-pin powerlink, so I am guessing that the signal must run through here?
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by achangtrakul on Wed, Sep 23 2015
  • Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    Time has come to retire my Beovision 7-40 (MK II). I am going for a none B&O flatscreen, that I was thinking of mounting on the B&O floor stand, keeping the Beolab 7-2 as a sound bar for the new TV. I would like to be able to continue to control the motor in the stand with the BEO4 remote. Anybody here with previous experience or suggestions with this proposed set-up?
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by achangtrakul on Wed, Sep 23 2015
    Filed under: Beovision 7, revision floor stand, control, conversion
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