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  • Re: Beolab 5 setup

    Hi Stefan yes, this formulation sounds a lot better (than just open the port) :-) I like the idea with the converter due to the space efficiency. and I have already one left in the drawer. so I'm just missing the BS3. And yes, future safe at the right time (a view years ago) :-P but good to hear, that you still enjoy your setup. My video sources are blurays and most of the time online streaming. btw: will a BS3 work, with just a projector and no beovision? I don't want to have another couple
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Tue, Aug 2 2016
  • Re: Beolab 5 setup

    @Stefan: ok, think i got it. but when i tell someone why there is a beomaster in my System (just for opening the spdif...)... ahhhh. it's a shame... but i think it would be a solution for me too. @beovox141: again, i totally agree with you. my concern with the beosystem 3 is: it's not really future safe. once you want to have something new, the whole Problem will start again. what i like on the nonB&O solution is --> i simply can change my stuff around the BLs, the av preamp for example
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Re: Beolab 5 setup

    Hi Stefan thank you for that suggestion. give me some minutes... i have to think about that. i didn't mentioned my digital Music Player deliberately --> not to start another General discussion :-) but it's a nonB&O source which streams Audiofiles from a NAS or from the Internet (tryed to avoid every "Keyword" :-) ), and maybe some other in the future. a question to your solution: when i want to listen to a digital source which is not a CD, i have to activate CD to open the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Beolab 5 setup

    Hi Rudi As i wrote: i don't want to Start a general discussion about which Input to use... And it was not the question. I have made my decision: i want to use digital in for Stereo listening and analog in for Surround. i just can't get a pleasureable setup for both... As the reasons i described in the opening post. Therefore i'm asking for the best Setup for this. Do you use your BL5s also in a Surround Setup? and when yes: how? best regards mike
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Beolab 5 setup

    and just to discribe the difference: with the analog in, i can't really say: listen to this tone, it sounds completley different... but my ears get tired very early and i can't really enjoy the musik anymore (when i do active listening). and when i push the volume, it gets unpleasant earlier. i don't have this ear fatigue, when i'm listening digital directly, and can listen much louder, for hours :-) br Mike
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Beolab 5 setup

    i don't wanted to start a gereral discussion about that.... i first tried the analog solution (beosound and RCA in...), and then just for my interrest, i tryed the spdif Input. And for me it sounds definitley better. i hear the differnece. maybe this is because the not so good dac in my source, or whatever... i don't want to think about that, because i have a perfect dac in my BL5, which i want to use. and i'm a kind of perfectionist... this is the reason why i purchased the beolab 5
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Sat, Jul 30 2016
  • Re: Beolab 5 setup

    this is exactly my opinion. the dac in the beolab 5 works perfect :-) using a second external dac never can improve the signal quality.... I don't want to do all these unnecessary conversions. so I really want to feed them with a digital signal, for music listening. the speaker is perfect in my eyes, but the usability could be better nowadays... in 2003, the best and most common digital source (I guess) was the cd. and at that time, the software configuration of the source selection was ok. but
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Fri, Jul 29 2016
  • Beolab 5 setup

    Hey Forum I’m a proud owner of 2 Beolab 5. Regarding the sound quality I’m very pleased with them, but I’m still struggling with the best setup. For my ears the best was to feed them, is the digital input. And I like the idea of having an all-digital signal path straight to the loudspeakers, without any unnecessary D-A-D… conversions. Since there is still no solution to use the digital input with original B&O equipment (without CD as source or the “having a CD in
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Thu, Jul 28 2016
  • Re: Beolab 8000 and beolab 2

    totally aree. I guess, you can't go wrong with that combo (as long as your room is not tiny). I had this combo too and I think the bl8000 benefit a lot from the bl2. and in my mind, it is also some kind of protection of the bl8000 (for too much movement of the drivers)... regards
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Mike on Wed, Feb 15 2017
  • Re: Beolab 3 und Beolab 2 oder Beolab 9 ?

    Also ich würde die Beolab 9 Lösung auf jeden Fall vorziehen. Ein 2.0 System ist einem 2.1 immer vorzuziehen. Speziell wenn du hauptsächlich Musik damit hörst, schadet das erhalten der Symmetrie auf jedenfall nicht. Ich habe einmal wo gelesen, dass ein Beolab 9 in etwa gleich viel Bass produzieren kann, wie ein Beolab 2. D.h. mit zwei beolab 9 hättest du auch mehr reserven :-) Ich denke aber, dass auch die beolab2/3 Kombination eine sehr sehr gute ist ( und optisch auf jeden
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by Mike on Wed, May 17 2017
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