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  • Re: BM 7000 and remotes

    BM7000 can be used with all those remotes. In order to adjust bass, treble and balance on Beo4, you need to ADD a command called SPEAKER to the LIST of the Beo4. Having that on the screen and pressing GO will get you to the settings, and they can be adjusted using vol up/down.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by lausvi on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Bad Server or sofware for a good forum

    [quote user="Michael"] I agree, many times when I write it just times out and displays an error. And the message I wrote is gone, even when backing or reloading the browser-window. [/quote] I'd think that was up to the browser being used, not the forum software. When you go backwards in history, the browser simply opens the URL again. Like password -fields, the browser won't keep user-entered data, think how un-secure that would be on a public computer. EDIT: for reference, my post
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by lausvi on Sat, May 19 2012
  • Re: B&O 9500 standby

    [quote user="tournedos"] I have extension cords with on/off switches feeding most of systems, so they are easy to power down if I leave even for a day. In the BS6500 stack, I mostly have just the Beomaster plugged in. I'm planning to get one of those automatic master-slave extension cords so the rest would power up with the Beomaster. [/quote] The master-slave cord for the BS (using the Beomaster as master) sounds like a great idea. I have been trying to keep as little devices as possible
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by lausvi on Sat, May 26 2012
  • Re: MCP 6500 volume control repair

    The opto sensor is soldered to the main board near the micro switch's connector. The black-and-white strip is on the wheel as seen here. When I cleaned mine, the stip (paper) was almost loose. After cleaning and re-glueing it, the volume wheel has worked like new.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by lausvi on Sun, Jun 3 2012
  • Re: Beolink 7000 Floorstand - Power Adaptor Technical Details needed

    The three-pin connector mentioned above is the on the top of the stand, which connects straight to the Beolink itself, when mounted. The PSU for the stand should be 9V DC, 2A (probably over-sized, smaller might do just as well) Plug: 5,5mm (outer diameter), 2,1mm (inner diameter), center positive. Just checked this from my actual (generic) PSU for the stand, and from the emails from Leslie, from whom I bought my stand some three years ago. Edit: if you find, buy a PSU with a fixed, correct plug
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by lausvi on Tue, Jun 12 2012
  • Re: Beolink 7000 Floorstand - Power Adaptor Technical Details needed

    [quote user="Leslie"] [quote user="lausvi"] Edit: if you find, buy a PSU with a fixed, correct plug (ie. not one with connector, and several reversable connectors of different sizes). The plug goes quite deep into the stand, and a bigger plug/adapter might not fit in properly, or will at least look weird. [/quote] Wise advise [/quote] Don't ask how I know!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by lausvi on Tue, Jun 12 2012
  • Re: Beolink 7000 Floorstand - Power Adaptor Technical Details needed

    [quote user="Leslie"] Really? You bought it because of me? Oops, there goes my reputation (if I had any) [/quote] No don't worry. You sold me the stand without a PSU. I bought the one in the picture! Or rather, used the one suitable I had and never bothered replacing the plug with a fixed one.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by lausvi on Tue, Jun 12 2012
  • Beomaster 7000 malfunctioning - again!

    My beloved Beomaster 7000 is having problems - again . After having worked perfectly since the last service (service note: "bad soldering at C15"), two days ago it started again. When I plug the machine to mains (I keep it disconnected from mains at night) the A.OPT has set itself to 0 (ie. no remote control). When I change it by remote, I can operate the machine, but sound settings (vol, bass, treble, balance etc) have turned to random values and tuned radio stations sometimes appear or
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by lausvi on Wed, Jun 13 2012
  • Re: Beomaster 7000 malfunctioning - again!

    Hmm. I kept the Beomaster plugged in today, and it does keep the A.OPTION, but sound settings get lost, even if I just set the BM to standby. Could a very-dead Li-cell cause that?! The machine was at an authorized B&O service last time, so I'd guess he would have replaced the battery, if that was the problem.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by lausvi on Thu, Jun 14 2012
  • Post from Classic Audio: a Beolab 5000 restored

    About a year ago I came across a classic B&O- set in eBay.co, a Beomaster 5000 tuner and Beolab 5000 amplifier, both from the same seller. The Beomaster was described as non-working, Beolab as working. I grabbed both items for the grand total of 150 eur. I was able to repair the tuner myself; the fuse holders near the power supply were so badly oxidized that they didn't make contact at all. The Beolab was working, but it was obvious that it would need a lot of work (slightly humming, rusty
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by lausvi on Tue, Jul 17 2012
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