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  • Re: 2-way + RDS?

    Hi, I'm sorry but the BeoCenter 2500 doesn't offer RDS on the Beolink 7000 even if the BeoCenter itself has the RDS installed and working. And i think even the Beocenter 2300 with RDS Kit and 2-Way Software doesn't send RDS Info to the Beolink 7000. Both can be programmed to use a timer for play, record or standby but they can't control light (That's what the Beocenter 9500 can do, it's also 2-way capable, but no RDS info for the Beolink 7000).) For the Beovision 9000 and
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Thu, Mar 29 2012
  • Re: Controlling a Revox A77 with MCP 5500 or Beolink 1000?

    Hi, there is an alternative for the TSOP7000. It's the TSOP5700 which is also obsolete now, but might give you a second chance to look for. It's an TSOP7000 in SMD case. The specs are out there in the web. To 'decode' the received IR-data the site http://gutwenger.com/beo2pc/beo2pc.html gives some info about the hardware ' IR-> RS232' and the software for the microcontroller can be downloaded. In the ZIP file of the software there's also some information about the codes
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Jul 2 2012
  • Re: Powerlink über CAT.7 - Asymmetrischer Wandler ?

    Hallo Martin, solange Du keine PowerLink Quelle mit CAT-7 einsetzt, ist es eigentlich vollkommen egal, ob Du die benutzt oder nicht, denn die 'alten' Geräte liefern ein asymetrisches Signal, d.h. auf Masse bezogen. Erst beim Einsatz z.B eines BeoPlay V1 könnte dies von Interesse sein, wenn B&O wirklich ein symetrisches Signal ausgibt. Solange geht das Audio Signal eben über die beiden miteinander verdrillten Leitungen im CAT-7 Kabel. Diese Adernpaar selbst ist geschirmt
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by RaMaBo on Fri, Jul 13 2012
  • Re: Powerlink über CAT.7 - Asymmetrischer Wandler ?

    Hallo Martin, ich würde die Abschirmung des CAT-6a Kabels auf den Schirm des Powerlink Kabels legen, damit der Schirm auf Masse liegt. Alle anderen 8 Kabel kannst Du belegen wie Du willst. Es gab allerdings hier im Forum einmal die Belegung der B&O Adapter, wenn man die nimmt, dann ist man kompatibel für später, ob's jetzt nötig ist oder nicht. Vielleicht hilft der Link schon: Beonet-Handbuch Die RJ-45 Dosen in der Wand sollten natürlich auch abgeschirmt sein und
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Jul 16 2012
  • Re: Powerlink über CAT.7 - Asymmetrischer Wandler ?

    Hallo Martin, naja,das was ich schrieb Okay ich meinte mit CAT-7 die RJ-45 Anschlüsse Der Beovision V1 müßte die sysmetrischen Powerlink Anschlüße haben, wogegen die Beosound 9000 noch die guten alten 'normalen', unsymetrischen Anschlüße hat. Also mit Powerlink->RJ45 Adapter auf die Wanddose gehen und am Platz der Lautsprecher an der Wanddose wieder herausgehen zu einem RJ45 -> Powerlink Adapter und an die 'alten', asymetrisch angebundenen
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Jul 16 2012
  • Re: How to transfer Music/LP's from my 5500 system to Computer to create CD's

    Hi David, i don't know where you can obtain this external USB soundcard mentioned before, but there are a few out there. The problem will be the distance! An USB connection may not be longer than 5m ! But you can put an active ( ! ) USB hub in between 2 USB cables of 5m length each. this gives you a missing 5m for the RCA-DIN cable thingie, which might be ok. But you need a wall outlet for the active USB Hub in 5m distance from your computer. Computer<--------------------->Active USB Hub<
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Aug 13 2012
  • Re: Dead Beocenter 9500

    Hi Mikael, as mika said check TR16 and / or C12. The collector of TR16 should be around 0V only for a short while after power on. Then it should rise to nearly 5 Volts. You said that you get 15,5 mV at the collector that's logical a '0'. The RESET line is low-active due to the line above RESET. and a logical '0' is low. so your processor gets a constant reset signal and cann't start working it's propgramm. If you disconnect the reset line as you done before and connect
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by RaMaBo on Tue, Sep 4 2012
  • Re: 5 pin DIN

    Hi, if you use a telephone charger (5V) the speakers will always be switched on. The 5V are a signal from the B&O Audio / Video Output to the speakes to switch on (=5V) or to switch off (=0V). The cable you showed is not useful ! Atleast the two wires carrying the audio signal should be shielded. The 5V trigger line doesn't need to be shielded, but it's probably easier to get a cable where all wires are shielded separately than the special B&O cable itself. Ralph-Marcus
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Tue, Sep 11 2012
  • Re: beocenter 9500 cd issue, c2103 changed....

    33µF was the original value of C2103 but in the old forum Martin (DieBogener) mentioned that he also had success with a blue 47µF. And i had success with a blue 68µF Capacitor ( Original Philips) which i had when i needed a replacement for the C2103 in my Beogram CD6500. The capacitor has to be a blue Philips / Vishay with at least 33µF / 16V but it can be replaced with a bigger one 47µF for example as long as it is the 'famous' Philips type. Bigger values often
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Fri, Dec 28 2012
  • Re: Beocenter 9500 strange reaction when turning of and on

    Hi, no the lithium battery (Type CR2450) is hidden under the black cables right before the cd drive if you look from the front. Just right of the silver 'tin box' shielding the microcomputer. To reset the 'CO.de' display you have to disconnect your system for about 5 minutes from the mains, get a beolink 1000 or beo 4 and press <RADIO> button on it. Power on your 9500 and enter the code '1271' and <PLAY> with the remote control. This should make your system running
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Feb 11 2013
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