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  • Re: S8 + connection hub

    Yes. All the way down to nothing and up to “I’m scared to go further”. My understanding is that the TV supplies a non-volume regulated audio signal to the hub and hub allows you to control the volume. Thinking back to when I was investigating the purchase... I found settings in my TV and devices to choose what audio stream was output to the TV and to the hub. Wherever I found a setting, I chose stereo over surround. I don’t know if these measures were important, but I haven’t
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Tue, Nov 21 2017
  • Re: S8 + connection hub

    Hi there. I am also in Australia. I have an S8 Connection hub which I bought earlier this year for $355. It takes audio from my (quite old, now) Panasonic plasma TV via the optical cable Toslink. I have an Apple TV and a BluRay player connected to the TV via HDMI cables. I have a pair of Beolab 17s connected via PowerLink cabling to the S8 Connection Hub. When I connected everything there was a process to follow to teach the connection hub the IR commands from my remote for volume up and down and
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Mon, Nov 20 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    Hello everyone. I'm hoping someone can clarify a couple of questions for me. In the medium to recent past, BeoVision TVs have automatically adjusted their picture settings based on ambient lighting conditions. 1. Does the BeoVision Eclipse include this capability? I've read a couple of reviews/articles that refer to some "Expert" picture settings or profiles. 2. What is the role of these settings on obtaining accurate/lifelike/good/best picture reproduction? Do they have to be manually
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Fri, Oct 13 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    Hello everyone. I'm hoping someone can clarify a couple of questions for me. In the medium to recent past, BeoVision TVs have automatically adjusted their picture settings based on ambient lighting conditions. 1. Does the BeoVision Eclipse include this capability? I've read a couple of reviews/articles that refer to some "Expert" picture settings or profiles. 2. What is the role of these settings on obtaining accurate/lifelike/good/best picture reproduction? Do they have to be manually
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Fri, Oct 13 2017
  • Re: Beoworld App - post dates

    Hello all Has anyone any further info on this topic? I use the Beoworld app on two devices both updated to the latest version of iOS. Most posts in my app are dated 30 11 02. Sometimes, but not always, the first post in a thread (which is the last post displayed) has a different date, as you can see in the picture, above. If there is some simple change that I could make that would show me the correct dates that would be great. Thank you for your time Scott
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Wed, Aug 9 2017
  • Re: New app release hits beta

    Hello MrAndersen I would like to become a beta tester. I currently experience my A6 being unreachable from the app a lot. I don't experience this with my M5 or Moment. What can I do about this? Thank you Scott
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Tue, Aug 8 2017
  • BeoSound Essence 1st Gen

    Hello everyone Does anyone have an idea what it could mean if an Essence plays some but not many of my iTunes files whether through dlna or from the BeoMusic app. The same files play fine on an A6 and play fine if sent over AirPlay. The files are all non-protected and either MP3 or AAC. Thank you for any illumination you can provide. Scott
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Tue, May 9 2017
  • Re: Beolab 17 and non-BO TV

    Hi Steve, thanks for your reply. [quote user="Steve at Sounds Heavenly"] Beolab 17s do have an optical input, however this isn't particularly useful. Why? Because I've never yet found a TV that has a volume-controlled optical output. The Beolab 17s don't have a volume control either, meaning that your TV sound will immediately blast out at FULL VOLUME when you connect the speakers, with no way to turn it down before the speaker drivers fall apart...... [/quote] I’ve been
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Sat, May 6 2017
  • Re: Beolab 17 and non-BO TV

    [quote user="Steve at Sounds Heavenly"] Hi Scott, Sorry, I didn't realise that you also have a receiver connected to the TV. Using the pre-out sockets of the receiver is the ideal way to connect Beolab speakers to the non-B&O system. This way, you get full surround sound and volume control from the receiver remote. You just need this cable to connect a pair of Beolab 17 speakers to the pre-out sockets of the Integra receiver using the RCA line inputs on the speakers:- http://soundsheavenly
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Sat, May 6 2017
  • Re: Beolab 17 and non-BO TV

    [quote user="BeoRTB"] Hello Scott, You should pick up a B&O Connection Hub (part number 1625026, MSRP $249, comes included with the BeoPlay S8 speaker package, but has many more uses than just that). You can use optical out of Panasonic plasma to the optical input of the connection hub, so your TV remote will control the volume of the BeoLab 17s. Then use PowerLink Cat-7 to go into your speakers (daisy chained or with a PowerLink splitter). The Connection hub also has a line input that
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ScottMacK on Fri, May 5 2017
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