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  • Re: Beovision 7-32 MK3 and Humax

    [quote user="Zwets"] I tried a hdmi to component convertor and connect to component for the chromecast. I only get sound however. I have now ordered a hdmi splitter which splits of the sound. This way i can connect the chromecast to hdmi and connectbthe splitted off sound to a digital sound in. I have allready moved the Humax from hdmi to component and its working well and i see. O noticable difference in picture quality. ill keep you posted. [/quote] Hello, Zwets! How did this turn out
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Sat, Oct 22 2016
  • Re: New apartment, new multiroom setup

    [quote user="Millemissen"] Assuming that you live in the Copenhagener area, it should be fairly easy to find a dealer, who could give you a live demonstration of how a NL/ML setup works - and answer your questions. [/quote] Thanks, I have tried - but the general answer is: our technician will have to look at that when he installs it. "If it works, it works - if not, it doesn't", was the message. I am not interested in waiting for that particular time, as I want to keep a lookout
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Fri, Oct 21 2016
  • Re: New apartment, new multiroom setup

    [quote user="elephant"] What HiFi components do you have ? and what investment in media (CDs, LPs, etc) ? Because frankly much as the "old world" B&O is beautiful I a not sure it is a good place to start by compromising your future world. Any and every dollar spent of speakers is a dollar well spent. The Essence could be wired with Y connectors to support two pairs of daisy chained stereo speakers - but they would be controlled in unison: both pairs on, both pairs off, both
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Fri, Oct 21 2016
  • Re: New apartment, new multiroom setup

    Thank you so much for the reply. I am still wondering if the Essence with its two Powerlink sockets allows for 2 speakers or 2 sets of speakers. Also, you mention the remote: will the Essence run from an ordinary remote without an additional IR-eye? And again, does anyone know if an entire old Beosystem 7000 with CD and turntable can be operated via one BLC NL/ML? Alternatively, if I get a Beosound 9000, would there be any point in adding a RIAA-enabled turntable to the AUX of the BLC NL/ML - or
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Thu, Oct 20 2016
  • New apartment, new multiroom setup

    Hello good people of the forum. This is my first post – I have followed the forum for quite some time, but now need your expert opinion. I am moving to a larger place and I am intrigued by the possibilities of getting a good working multiroom setup including both the latest technology and the classics, such as a Beosound 9000 for CD and a turntable, or perhaps a Beosystem 7000 with Beogram 7000 and Beogram CD 7000. I will not be buying everything at once, but I need to make sure that my idea
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Thu, Oct 20 2016
  • Re: Time for another great performance CD

    [quote user="Lennart Menzel"] I am desperately looking for the "Time for another great performance" Demo CD by B&O. My stepdad lost it and i really liked the CD, but i am unable to locate a seller on the internet. Maybe this is the right place to ask around if someone wants to sell it [/quote] What's on it?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Thu, Jan 19 2017
  • Beolab 4000 vs. 17

    [quote user="Peter"] The problem with many of the newer products is that the technology on which they rely is ephemeral. The Beosound 5 is a good example as are the TVs where there is massive development in a short time. The old audio products produce a quality sound that is pretty similar to what you can get today - there are always going to be stand out products which elevate the standard to new levels such as Geoff's Beolab 90 but these are not mainstream. Add to that that source
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Thu, Jan 19 2017
  • Re: Beolab 4000 vs. 17

    [quote user="Jeff"] I have a hard time imagining anything with a lot of software and processors in it lasting 25 years. 8 year old cars now are almost impossible to get electronics modules for, whereas a 100 year old Model T Ford can be repaired. If you know a decent machine shop, any part can be made more easily than a proprietary s/w and firmware setup can be repaired or rebuilt. 5 year old PCs are basically door stops. While I understand how you can use s/w and such to improve the experience
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Thu, Jan 19 2017
  • Re: Flash your B&O - new thread!

    [quote user="Kiran"] I use mine all the time as a dedicated iPod overkill. Feels like a nice slab in the hands. Very well engineered. [/quote] [quote user="Kiran"] It's wicked. I love finding new music. [/quote] Do you use the mood wheel? What is your experience with it?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Wed, Jan 18 2017
  • Beolab 4000 vs. 17

    [quote user="Peter"] And of course, therein lies B&O problem! The vintage kit was built to last and it does! Peter [/quote] Has quality really gone markedly down in later years to an extent where durability is an issue and should be considered when investing in newer models?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by StKong on Wed, Jan 18 2017
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