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  • Re: Beosound 9000 digital output - no sound

    Hey! Yes, i got a digital out, and it only works with the dummy plug. Volume has to be controlled from whatever other device you are using. Not the best setup, but audio sounds and works flawlessly. The only gripe is the need for 2 different remotes; in my case, the Beo4, and a Yamaha remote. Regards Chris
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Mon, Jan 7 2019
  • Re: New Beoplay A9

    [quote user="moxxey"] I still like my MK1 A9 as I can use a Beo remote to control it. Essential for me. And I don't get any plastic popping noises at all. [/quote] Did they take the ability to use. Beo remote away on MKII and III?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Wed, Dec 19 2018
  • Re: New Beoplay A9

    [quote user="Duels"] ........It’s nice to have the extra power but I’m really not sure why. [/quote] That’s a nice quote right there!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Wed, Dec 19 2018
  • New Beoplay A9

    Well, it’s enough of a sound that we all know exactly what we are talking about.... It’s markedly louder than anything at the time it usually happens, in the wee hours of the morning... so while it’s not the biggest noise in the world, RELATIVE to other noises at the time it typically happens, makes it RELATIVELY MORE annoying than it should be. Additionally, for paying that price, coupled with fact that the company that makes it, deservedly touts and toots about how great it is.... then it puts
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Wed, Dec 19 2018
  • The LG 2019 OLED gets WiSA-based wireless Dolby Atmos audio.

    I’m not sure how I feel about a store brand tv, which specializes and makes GREAT TVs, lumping in a lot of features. What I mean is that I appreciate the time and effort different brand spend on perfecting certain elements. So LG perfected the LED, by going for the OLED. B&O specialized in creating highly designed and good sounding products, and so forth and so on. The home receiver, amplifier, and preamplifier are a multi billion dollar industry. To have a great decoder/preamplifier built into
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Wed, Dec 19 2018
  • Re: New Beoplay A9

    I really love the A9. Other than the BL 50 & 90, and 18, and 8000, and 20, it’s my favorite! Lol In all honesty, it’s an incredible speaker, both in design and sound quality. Being on a MKI, I sort of want the new one. However, the plasticky popping sounds is a REALLY big deal. I’m sure they MUST have fixed this issue... SURELY. It’s pretty loud as it is, Iv never used the volume at max, so as a typical guy, seeing the generous increase in wattage makes me want it even more!!! Lol
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Tue, Dec 18 2018
  • The LG 2019 OLED gets WiSA-based wireless Dolby Atmos audio.

    [quote user="Millemissen"] ......And WiSA can be a convenient way of connecting a soundbar to a tv - no cables apart from the powercord.....no more no less!..... [/quote] Yes, other than power wires... they are wireless, of course. (Reminds me of all buzz about cutting the cord (digital cable) and going for Streaming services. Indeed, cutting the cord, other than the coaxial cord you literally need to bring the internet to the modem, the same coaxial cord that was always there for cable
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Sun, Dec 16 2018
  • The LG 2019 OLED gets WiSA-based wireless Dolby Atmos audio.

    I hard wire everything, not trying to add more wireless dysfunction into my life, let alone more radio frequencies bouncing around my house. Last time I was at a B&O store, none of the wireless speakers they were trying to demo me really worked... we spent more time dealing with technical issues than listening to speakers. I have lots of great B&O gear, and the 1 single one that gives me issues every single time I use it is the A9 on a wireless connection.... I also don’t understand how people
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Thu, Dec 13 2018
  • Are your kids unimpressed?

    I too have cobbled together a system that can work in any room, but most importantly, incorporates systems from today’s product lines, going all the way back to the 70s as well. They don’t get the allure, nor are impressed with any of it. However, when they grow up, and begin shopping for their own equipment, trying to configure their own setups, and upon a visit back to my home, that’s when it’s going to hit them. One day, they will aspire to something better, whatever that might be, but the price
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Fri, Nov 23 2018
  • 4K video options?

    I have found the simplest solution is just an AV receiver. Almost all have all the wireless streaming for music, connectivity to your smart phone, multiple sources, all with one simple HDMI connection to the tv. Proper Dolby or DTS surround decoding, built is high quality DACs. For video, they all have full 4K and HDRI throughput. One box, one TV, one remote, multiple sources. Multi-room capability. All it needs to have is preouts. Yamaha, Denon, Marantz, Pioneer, all make exactly what you need.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Howzit on Sat, Nov 17 2018
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