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  • Re: Beo4 Mute

    Thanks for that, but I don't find that always works. Pressing the up and down volume buttons simultaneously works, it has to be pretty exact in doing so. I press it with my thumb, but if I'm slightly more on either the up or down button, it doesn't work. Alternatively if I press each button with two separate fingers exactly simultaneously that does work, but it's not very practical. Sound like it's me then! I'd still prefer a mute button I think!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Tue, Nov 11 2014
  • Re: Beo4 Mute

    Thanks for that, but I don't find that always works. Pressing the up and down volume buttons simultaneously works, it has to be pretty exact in doing so. I press it with my thumb, but if I'm slightly more on either the up or down button, it doesn't work. Alternatively if I press each button with two separate fingers exactly simultaneously that does work, but it's not very practical. Sound like it's me then! I'd still prefer a mute button I think!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Tue, Nov 11 2014
  • Beo4 Mute

    I've owned several Beo4s over the years and I love it! Even though I've had to move now to a non B&O TV for which I use Lintronic to control both this and my PVR. I also use it to control my other B&O stuff, BUT I've always found the way I have to depress both the up and down volume button to mute the sound very frustrating! Is it just me who wishes there was a dedicated mute button on the remote? Just interested in others' opinions really.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Tue, Nov 11 2014
  • Re: Mr Blue Sky: documentary on BBC4

    Watched and recorded it and the subsequent concert from Hyde Park. Absolutely wonderful!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Mon, Oct 20 2014
  • Re: Beocom 6000 - damn flashing light!

    [quote user="Guy"] You can check the SW versions of both the handset and the PSTN base by pressing: 9 - # - 9 - # - 9 - * - (DOT) - 7 - OK ... and then scroll through the menus. My handset is at 044-2.5 (the 044 confirms that it is a UK model), and the base is at 2.10. I think there is a later version of the base SW available, possibly 2.5 but I haven't bothered to get it updated. [/quote] Checked mine BTW, 0034-2.10. Spanish phone as I live here, so that explains the 034. Old software
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Sun, Oct 12 2014
  • Re: Beocom 6000 - damn flashing light!

    [quote user="f5434964"] Hello! I cannot solve your problem - but: my BC6000 (Mk1) has a similar behavior; EVERY call is shown as "not answered" and the red light is flashing - even if I answer the incoming call; to quit I have to go to CLIP list and select all entries with asterix; sometimes I have to select an entry more than once... Second thing: Phones loose sometimes connection to base (pyramid one); I think it happens if I do not answer a call - often coming home, phones
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Sun, Oct 12 2014
  • Re: Beocom 6000 - damn flashing light!

    Thanks once again for taking the trouble to reply. I will contact the phone company on Monday to see if there is a message trapped in the system somewhere. Otherwise it's the message alert switch off option!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Sat, Oct 11 2014
  • Re: Beocom 6000 - damn flashing light!

    Cancel that, not fixed! Just made a call to my home phone from my mobile and left a message. Checked phone and there were two asterisk messages displayed. One at position 1 as before displaying *MSG WAITING and now a second at position 2 with an asterisk and my mobile ID. Waited a few seconds on this second message scrolled forward then back and asterisk gone as the system should operate. But for whatever reason this method just will not work on the first message alert. Wonder why this new message
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Sat, Oct 11 2014
  • Re: Beocom 6000 - damn flashing light!

    Fixed - thanks very much.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Sat, Oct 11 2014
  • Re: Beocom 6000 - damn flashing light!

    [quote user="Guy"] If the phonebook is set to 'common' it is stored on the PSTN base. [/quote] Sorry to come back again on this, but I press the Dot and the first digit 7 (intending to enter 70009 as advised) but I immediately get the menu as I know to access the menu is by pressing dot 7. I can then scroll through to "Handset/Base" and from there to "Remove Handset". Is this what you are advising? I presume If I remove it, by the same process above I can the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by kokomo on Sat, Oct 11 2014
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