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  • Re: BeoGram 4000 cartridge carrier.

    Hello, If you are near Southampton I can do it for you, and for the broken tab removal from the cartridge heat a pin insert into the old tab and extract for B&O cartridge/stylus and moving coil cartridge repair look here MMC cartridge repair SP stylus repair Best regards Alistair
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Mon, Apr 30 2018
  • Re: Beogram 9500/MMC2 sound issue

    Hi, I think you might have a few issues, try cleaning the din connector with isopropanol for a start, If you want your MMC2 looked at/repaired you can send it over to me, When repairing the MMC2 if the diamond is in good condition I recommend suspension only repair currently £120. Best regards Alistair
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Thu, Apr 12 2018
  • Re: Beocenter 7000 Went Bang

    Hello, The closest place to you that I know about is quality dream audio, I have never had anything repaired by them but do know them, they do repair such items if you get it fixed or replaced and need a cartridge repair take a look over here Best regards Alistair
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Mon, Jan 8 2018
  • Re: Got a Beogram 4000 and RX2 turntable...need advice

    I recently sold a bg4000 platter to Craig here on the forum, he might sell you his poor condition one if you don’t mind it looks a bit corroded. If you want a better condition one, I might be willing to part with another one, but it will cost more than that bg4000 cost you. The last bg4000 I saw for sale with no platter sold for £90 ish if I recall rightly, so you got quite the bargain there. You should be able to test most of the functions without a platter, but if you don’t know
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Fri, Feb 8 2019
  • Re: Beogram 1000 motor types and pick-up

    Hi, The important thing is you have right stylus for the cartridge I have often seen one of the following (sp14,sp10,sp12) on the older metal cartridge this is wrong the collar stops the stylus from going on properly as the older sp6-7 sp8-9 are shorter. Also, if you swap cartridges you will have to rebalance the arm as the older metal cartridge is heavier than the newer plastic encased one. And its worth noting there are some very poor-quality aftermarket sp6-7 sp8-9 around there are also some that
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Fri, Feb 22 2019
  • Re: Beogram 1600 speed problem

    Hi, “ “Sadly“ i have the version without the pitcher above the rocker switch. Thats why i thought that maybe there is something like a fine adjustment inside the turntable. ” I have never seen this model but I should imagine it’s the same as the normal 1600 in which case There are 2 trim pots inside for the 2 different speeds There are lots of manuals on the site for silver or gold members, The 1600 is not here look for the 1102 a very similar model (if it were mine
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Tue, Feb 26 2019
  • Re: Beogram 1600 speed problem

    Hi, " I checked the service manual from the Beogram 1102, so i think the adjustment should be like this? (seen in the image attached) Fine adjustments " No that is to adjust the cueing point for the 7 inch and 12-inch records. Best regards Alistair
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Wed, Feb 27 2019
  • Re: Cartridge Suspension repairer

    Hi Jeff, Thanks for your question I have seen a few people on forums that think stylus wear does not exist, If only that were the case, wear is definitely an issue, the reason diamond is used is because it is so hard, although as you said diamond is much harder than vinyl and with relatively low tracking weights I can understand why people might think that but the amount of distance the stylus travels is extremely long for every LP, the distortion from flats if more gradual and subtle than suspension
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Mon, Jan 29 2018
  • Re: beogram rx - tone arm keeps sliding back to end position

    Hi, The counterweight is common fault on this design of tonearm, it can be remedied with some supper glue, I would advise using a high viscosity super glue. From your description my guess would be the diamond has detached from its shank, have you got another cartridge to test it? Best regards Alistair
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Sun, Mar 10 2019
  • Re: ADVICE: Beocenter 1800 specifically the MMC3000 Stylus

    Hi, Those images have very little detail, what I can tell you is that the diamond is present and I cannot see any issues, this does not mean its ok, Stylus wear cannot be viewed at this magnification, also suspension failure and channel failure are possibilities. If you want to post it to me, I would be happy to take a look at it under a microscope for stylus wear and check the other parameters and let know its condition Best regards Alistair Audio Origin
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AudioOrigin on Fri, Mar 8 2019
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