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  • Re: Beolab 4000/6000/8000’s compared to Sonos Play 5 (single unit)

    Have installed both. As mentioned before, the B&O speakers have greater depth and presence and only noticeable to the discerning few. One client compared the two (although MK1 P5) against an A2. He was so convinced by the A2 he bought the Beolit15 without even trying it. The new P5 is a great speaker and as mentioned before, the price point is as such you can easily add a SUB to give even greater bass for around the same price of a B&O used set up, bearing in mind the B&O requires cables
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Tue, Jan 8 2019
  • Re: Bang & Olufsen in 2019... Your predictions?

    Frustrations experienced: B&O: no stereo pair for M3 No sound bar Clunky APP Clunky interface when using Deezer direct from BV No motor stands for Horizon Generally use a SONOS connect for APP control and integration of products. BS9000 discontinued, clients do love their CD’s they have collected over the years Pros: Look of kit and integration with new and old Motorised stand for TV (except Horizon!?) Sound, just more depth and “flavour” than others Smart home APP via BLGW etc BeoRemote 1, simply
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Wed, Jan 2 2019
  • Re: Bang & Olufsen in 2019... Your predictions?

    Evening all, first time post on here but have been avidly following the forum. We are a Fire & Security company but have also been awarded B&O CI status. We are also SONOS approved. We do very little AV work but thoroughly enjoy the small works that we do get. B&O has always been an interest for me ever since I saw the stunning BS9000 and a friends green TV with a slot for a video tape that moved on its stand! Plans for 2019? Well, from my experience with both SONOS and B&O the customer
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Wed, Jan 2 2019
  • Re: BS9000 MKIV

    Yes, with B&O marketing “like no one else” the motorised TV’s and BS9000 were so unique to B&O so it was a surprise that the horizon got launched without the motorised option. The BS9000 and other music systems all had that B&O magic, motorised doors and real talking pieces. I am sure with all their tooling they can once again produce a unique product that you simply must have.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Wed, Feb 13 2019
  • Re: Why buy B&O in 2019?

    It’s a discussion forum? It’s a question we get asked quite a lot. Years ago it was due to uniqueness and quality and support but recent threads seem to go against this? People not getting support or even answers for BL50 issues does not seem right. If it was taken the wrong way then apologies but it was purely a question asked? It was not negative to anyone or the brand but when there is such a huge price point and competition is high it is relevant.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Sun, Feb 24 2019
  • Re: .

    Thanks for the reply. Nothing to solve. It was really to get a consensus of opinions and also a bit of feedback for B&O and their representatives. When our meeting new clients it’s a common question that we get asked and I normally reply with heritage and after sales etc as well as product support for devices made long ago. The recent posts seem to be different now regarding reliability and support for older products.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Sun, Feb 24 2019
  • Re: Bang & Olufsen announces preliminary financial results for the...

    [quote user="beolion"] What always surprised me a little bit the massive price point of the TV’s. Especially now. I would have thought - and hoped - that they would reduce the price of TV’s and thereby have customers who are potential speaker buyers. But that is just my opinion but people today might not really buy into surround systems/speakers like in the “old days”, especially now where we see good front speakers able to produce some kind of virtual surround. [/quote] Agreed, know a
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Sun, Mar 31 2019
  • Re: New B&O TV BeoVison Harmony

    [quote user="moxxey"] This is true. My BV11-46 is so slow I often think it's crashed. Starts far slower than my BV12-65. I sometimes turn it on and go off and do something else real quick, get back and it's only just showing a picture! [/quote] Even with quick start enabled?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Wed, Apr 10 2019
  • Re: New B&O TV BeoVison Harmony

    There is a huge difference in the two but very happy with the quick start, comes on, rotates into position and picture appears within seconds. Normal mode with the B&O logo however does take a while and rotates slower. Unsure why they have both modes, probably due reducing wear in a form of soft start.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Thu, Apr 11 2019
  • Re: New Beovision 14-55 - worth buying it?

    BV11 worth a look? Great design, picture and sound. Motorised wall is just brilliant. My MK1 works great with TX&RX too for the wireless speakers. Just don’t use Deezer direct from the TV In combination with Apple TV it is great
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PaulGiles on Sun, Mar 24 2019
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