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  • Re: Waking up BeoPlay speakers by Line-In signal

    [quote user="leosgonewild"] As long as my A1 is connected to external power, it stays on. [/quote] That is what I hoped for
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Mon, Oct 7 2019
  • Re: Waking up BeoPlay speakers by Line-In signal

    [quote user="matador43"] I've got an A1 fed by an Airport express (always on) via line-in. I believe the speaker will standby by itself when no audio signal is present but it needs to be turned on manually each time. I can't tell about beoplay airplay products but I have two airplay speaker which are supposed to wake up when signal shows up. In practice, it is very random, depending for the most part of the signal strength but also the device used to start the music and even to
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Mon, Oct 7 2019
  • Re: Waking up BeoPlay speakers by Line-In signal

    [quote user="tlk"] Consider spending those extra bucks on a TV with reasonable speakers and enjoy the simplicity of the setup rather than pairing with external speakers. Using built-in speakers should rule out odd audio/video sync issues. I got myself an OLED TV from LG paired with an AppleTV 4K and expected the sound of the TV to be terrible, but it is pretty good and I would not consider messing with external speakers. After setup, the TV "smart" functions, internet connection
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Mon, Oct 7 2019
  • Re: Waking up BeoPlay speakers by Line-In signal

    [quote user="TWG"] Yes, you can make that happen. Beoplay A1, A2 active and Beolit 17 can be updated into a retail mode which means they don't power off, Bluetooth is disabled, volume is set to maximumg (so it gets controlled by the source): https://www.beoplay.com/~/media/Relation_spots/Partner/How-to-update-to-retail-mode-for-A1-A2-Active-Beolit-17-and-P2-vers-3.pdf?la=en Beoplay M3 has auto sense and start's playback automatically when a line in signal is present (checked 5min
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Mon, Oct 7 2019
  • Waking up BeoPlay speakers by Line-In signal

    Dear Beoworld I was wondering if the range of BeoPlay speakers, like: • A1 • P2 • M3 • M5 Could be turned on just by the presence of a Line-In signal? The reason why I was wondering this, is that I got my hands on a good deal of a Beosound 4, for my bedroom, and I think that I would like to connect a smaller speaker via the headphone socket. But if I have to turn on the BeoPlay speaker it self, every time, I know that it will be a bad solution. Another question: Will an AppleTV 4K be able to wake
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Sun, Oct 6 2019
  • Re: 2.hand sound solution for bedroom

    [quote user="matador43"] Oh! you're right sorry. I'm using an Apple TV 1 with kodi (with an Atv Skin which make me sometimes forget the layered tricks). Apologies for the confusion. As for you other question : when radio, the screen is On showing Station, Preset name and RDS info. Mostly dark image overall. And if you wonder, when in mutiroom audio mode, the screen is in Picture Mute Mode, which turn of the panel and the backlight. But I believe that the timer inside the BC will
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Fri, Sep 6 2019
  • Re: Overture

    [quote user="BEOVOX141"] Hi Kristian (Danish ? ) It is indeed a car version https://www.biltema.dk/bil---mc/bilradio/bilradioer---cd-og-dvd/digital-fm-modulator-2000034988 I have several more professional units, but they are honestly to powerful and very difficult to throttle down. This one is just right and extremely cheap considering its bought in a store in Denmark. I basically bought it out of curiosity, but it turned out to work just fine, perhaps i should do a teardown and post some
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Fri, Sep 6 2019
  • 2.hand sound solution for bedroom

    Dear wise BeoWorlders I am searching for a solution for my bedroom were I would like to listen, to radio and maybe internet radio. Right now I have a BeoTime alarm clock, but no Beosound/Beocenter/Beovision to wake up with it. I have found a couple of solutions that could be feasible, but I am still not certain of what the ideal solution would be. Right now I am tending to search for a cheap old Beosound 1, that suits my need for radio listening and IR-control. Another solution would be to search
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Thu, Sep 5 2019
  • Re: 2.hand sound solution for bedroom

    [quote user="Ferdinand"] The small 26” tv’s came as Beocenter as well including radio tuner if I am correct. I just last week picked up a BS1 cd/radio myself, but being a portable device from the 00’s it is actually quite a beast in size and weight. But plays like a charm. [/quote] I’ve had a 26” a couple of years ago, but found the size a bit too small . And I still haven’t made up my mind if I would like a tv in my bedroom. But how does the Beocenter respond if you turn the radio on?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Thu, Sep 5 2019
  • Re: 2.hand sound solution for bedroom

    [quote user="matador43"] I agree with Christian above. I have myself a beocenter 6-26 used as Radio (with internal tuner), multiroom audio with an Airport Express on scart, and VOD with an Apple TV on DVI. I wake up with radio, live with multiform audio and go to bed with any episode of a TV show or movie. Simple, elegant, no cables (2 actually, hidden). [/quote] How does the Apple TV work? As I recall the Beocenter/Beovision 6 can’t decode HDCP-material?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Thu, Sep 5 2019
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