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  • Re: LCS 9000: will it work with N.Music and N.Radio?

    You DID read correctly. Once you have removed the black plastic cover and followed the simple procedure to change from MCL to Masterlink as defined in the FAQ, then you effectively have a Beolab 3500. Subsequently if you upgrade the software to version 2.1 by replacing the microprocessor, then N.Music and N.Radio will appear on the screen when selected. You now have a 100% compatible Masterlink product.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Sun, May 27 2012
  • Re: How to open a Beo5/6

    As stated, your Beo6 is under warranty and therefore you should return it to your dealer for replacement or repair. Even if you were to open the unit, there is no way you could repair this product. The screen also holds the electronics of the unit and would be replaced by your dealer as a whole, see photo
    Posted to The Beo5/06 Remote Forum (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Fri, Jun 15 2012
  • Re: Is it possible to upload current config on my Beo5 to new laptop?

    You CANNOT download from your Beo5 to the Configuration Tool. If someone else produced your configuration and uploaded it to your Beo5, then you will need to get a copy of that configuration file, otherwise you will be forced to recreate the configuration from scratch.
    Posted to The Beo5/06 Remote Forum (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Wed, Jun 27 2012
  • Re: LCS9000 and Beolab 3500 differences

    [quote user="KingOfSnake"] Pretty sure the LCS9000 needed an upgrade for the ML socket to work, unless you use with an MCL converter of some sort. My understanding has always been that the LCS9000 was MCL (Master Control Link) based which has a round pin, and that the ML module, although fitted, was not operational [/quote] The LCS9000 was released with version 1.1 software and the MCL port enabled. The Masterlink socket had a black cap over the socket which when removed could be used without
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Tue, Jul 17 2012
  • Re: Beotalk 1200 Voice Anouncement

    The Beotalk 1200 is not easy to setup and some of the instructions can be a little misleading. Firstly, a few points to note:- The caller ID will work with any type of phone number including international. The caller ID is actually checked in reverse, in other words the last digit first, so that if the number has a prefix because, say it came via an international telecoms provider which has a different prefix, it will still pick it up. The announcement will ONLY be made if there is a minimum of 3
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Sun, Jul 22 2012
  • Re: Prize Draw June 2012 and the 1st price ...

    [quote user="TWG"] please turn your speakers on. The embedding of the youtube video does not seem to work, so please copy the link. http://youtu.be/omqfNX5WWYs [/quote] You can embed a Youtube Video in the forum if you wish or other video types as well [View:http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=omqfNX5WWYs:550:0]
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Tue, Jul 24 2012
  • Re: LCS9000 and Beolab 3500 differences

    [quote user="akapur"] Keith - I tried what you suggested and it didn't work. Could it be because I have a Beo4 remote instead of a Beolink 1000? [/quote] Yes, my instructions did assume a Beolink 1000, but you can still do it with a Beo4.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Fri, Jul 27 2012
  • Re: LCS9000 and Beolab 3500 differences

    [quote user="akapur"] I want to set up a Beolab 3500 in the kitchen and I have been looking in the market to buy one. I found a model for sale, but it is a LCS 9000 which is the older version. Does anyone know what the major differences are between the two models and if the LCS9000 would work in my setup. [/quote] When the LCS9000 was released it had version 1.1 software and at that time it was sold with the MCL (Master Control Link) enabled. Subsequently, the LCS9000 was renamed as the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Fri, Jul 27 2012
  • Re: Problems with LC2

    The core principles of the LC2 dome sensor are based on one of Faraday's laws related to capacitance which is measured in Farads after Michael Faraday and capacitance is normally quoted in MicroFarads (10 to the minus 6) or PicoFarads (10 to the minus 12) In the case of the LC2 we are talking about capacitances of between 25 and 75 Pico Farads and the dome whilst made of plastic is part of the dielectric of the capacitor. Below the plastic dome is what looks like normal rubber, but is in fact
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Wed, Aug 1 2012
  • Re: Help need with a beocom 6000

    [quote user="Vic76"] Thank you. All the keys work and I can store new numbers just can seem to delete my dads numbers? I look at the replacement thanks [/quote] You say all keys are working and the only function which does not work is deleting the old numbers in the phonebook. However, can you successfully EDIT existing entries in the phonebook ?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Keith Saunders on Wed, Aug 1 2012
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