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  • Re: New to B&O - How to implement this setup ?

    [quote user="Razlaw"]I am just now starting to move in to the Net Link world. I have a mix of MasterLink and NetLink products and would not want to give you a wrong answer when there are people here with much more knowledge on the topics you asked about than me. What is it that you want me to test with the 20s? [/quote] This please, not sure if the Bl20 need a Sub for very low frequencies : [quote user="IA64"] [quote user="olvisab"] Hi, I listen also a lot to chillout
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: New to B&O - How to implement this setup ?

    [quote user="Razlaw"]Sounds like a great system! But I don't have enough knowledge to answer your questions. [/quote] Well that's depressing lol... Can you please check this thread http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/21190/179802.aspx#179802 and test your BL20s ? I've been following your posts and noticed that you already got a pair. Thanks
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: Beolab 19

    [quote user="olvisab"] My listening room is around 60 square meters. Rectangular form. i could make the test with a beolab 2 and 2 beoalb 8000 but It won't be with a digital input. i am sure that the beolab 2 will give bad results, too slow and boomy for this purpose. However I am sure they can deal with such low bass. [/quote] Thanks, Actually my dealer advised me to go for the BL2 ( also discontinued but he still has a pair ) instead of the BL19... He said BL2 have much bigger amplifier
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: Beolab 19

    [quote user="olvisab"] Hi, that's done. my room is subject to vibration. For the first title, the bass are too low and are correctly generated by the beolab 5, but the vibrations generated by the room are unbearable for my ears. It's due also by the fact that 90 % of the bass in this title are only very low bass. they remenber me the level created by the microphone calibration of the beolab 5 at the end of the bass test. for the second title, the lowest part of the bass is full
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: Beolab 19

    [quote user="olvisab"] Hi, I listen also a lot to chillout/lounge music because it sounds perfectly well on the beolab 5. Actually I listen to VACANT, and the bass are sometimes very low. with this kind of music you will see if you need a sub or not, you just have to compare with or without. [/quote] Actually they BL5 should perform better ( woofer size etc.. ) Unfortunately the dealer in Beirut is renovating so no chance for a demo; I'm placing orders when I'm on a business trip
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • New to B&O - How to implement this setup ?

    Probably the dealer should answer my question but he didnt : I'm new to B&O and I have bough a pair of BL20 from Paris ( still waiting for delivery asi live abroad ) My next purchase is the Avant ( waiting for the NG ) and the beosound Moment. From what I understood from the 50 hours I spent reading on this forum is that the setup should be like : Avant is the control unit , speakers are WiSA and the Moment is feeding / streaming music. All is OK for now but i have more than 3 TB of multimedia
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: Beolab 19

    [quote user="olvisab"] I am not surprised by your disappointment when you compare your beolab with or without the sub. if your beolabs have already good bass reproduction, unless you listen to recordings with a lot of deep bass, you won't consider the sub as a real +. I used to listen to some electronic music if I want to use all the bass capabilities of the beolab 5. I will do the same with a pair of beolab 3, 17 or 18 with a sub. [/quote] I went to B&) dealers and listened to
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Fri, Sep 23 2016
  • Re: Beolab 19

    [quote user="paolomariano"]Yes, just take it home. You won't regret your choice! It is gorgeous, and it is one of the few capable of reproducing all the nuances of bass, really incredible!! I have it white but I think that the grey version looks gorgeous!! Please feel free to ask further questions if you need to! [/quote] Excuse me but how are you hiding the power cable ? I am too much into clean setup. or maybe you're taking photos from a specific angle ? I guess it's under
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Fri, Sep 23 2016
  • Re: Downsizing from Beoalb 5 to Beolab 20 - Questions regarding Digital...

    My first post here... For those who say you can't have volume control using Mac/iMac optical out; in fact, ironically, you can if you're running Windows under Bootcamp. I'm planning to purchase a pair of BL20 in Paris this week and I plan to connect them directly to my iMac ( OPT/SPDIF ). I rarely run OSX so it should be fine. Anyone disagree ? Current setup iMac 27 --> DAC via Toslink ---> JH16 Pro IEM
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Wed, Sep 21 2016
  • Re: New to B&O - How to implement this setup ?

    [quote user="Millemissen"] Hi Some answers here (and a couple of questions/reflections). When the Avant NG is out, the multiroom feature probably will be implemented in the sw - I guess that will be needed for connecting the Moment to it. Connecting the BL20'es to the tv will not be a problem. You'll need no extra sub - with the 20's you already have 2 of them. For your music files - without a server/DLNA server you won't be able to use the Avant for playback, or the Moment
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by IA64 on Mon, Sep 26 2016
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