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  • Re: Beomaster 1001 problem with FM Stereo detection

    Hi, the stereo decoder could be adjusted without a 2-Channel Oscilloscope! There are 2 ways described in the manual: Stepp 11-13 or 14 and 15. The step 14 uses the oscilloscope in the X-Y Mode, this is not a 2 Channel mode instead it uses the normal y -input and the horizontal deflection is controlled by the x-input signal and not via the timebase. The resistor is the (backup) supply for the transistor if the lamp is broken or disconnected it still gets the supply voltage so that the stereo decoder
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Jan 14 2019
  • Re: Beomaster 1001 problem with FM Stereo detection

    Martin, dessen Username Dillen lautet, kann mittels PM erreicht werden. Oder über seine Webseite: https://beoparts.com/ . Ich denke die Schritte 11-13 sollten ausreichen um den Stereo Empfang wieder herzustellen.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Jan 14 2019
  • Re: Audio Aux vs Powerlink MkII

    Detecting via the Pin 8 can't be done because the newer Beolabs (4000, 6000, 8000..) don't use the Overload function. In the manual it says that the AV7000 detects whether rear speakers are connected. Most probably it does this like the Besound 9000. As there are 2 powerlink connectors for 'rear' one dummy Powerlink plug with a resistor ( 1k up to 4.7k) between Pin 2 and Pin 1. should do the trick. The MCL 2P then connected with a fully wired ( ) AV cable to the other rear powerlink
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Jan 14 2019
  • Re: Beoplayer & BeoSound 6 on Windows Vista

    delete the first line containing 'Windows ...' and the following empty lines until [HKLM]... is the first line.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Mon, Jan 14 2019
  • Re: Audio Aux vs Powerlink MkII

    Hi, it should work flawless. Pin 8 is the feedback of an active speaker telling the system an Overload Condition. PIN 6 and 7 are for Speaker Display data. The MCL2P needs a power on signal on PIN 4! (in contrast to the later BeoLabs) PIN 1 is not used and theaudio signal comes on PIN 3 and 5.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Sun, Jan 13 2019
  • Re: LCS 9000 has no input from remote B+O 1000

    The two fuses 400mA are only for the +/- 9V supply used. This voltage is used in every amplifier module for filtering and the L.F.Board which sits right near the transformer with the two fuses which is mostly used to control the volume and sound settings. Normally there's no big load to this dual voltage supply. Most probably one amplifier board is the evil. So i would replace the two fuses an disconnect both amplifiers (just one plug). Now turning up the volume via the remote sholdn't do
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Wed, Jan 9 2019
  • Re: BL3500 not working with BL5000 and BL7000 BUT working with Beo5!!...

    [quote user="lawrencejmcook"] .... B&O got rid of 2-way IR communication with the move from MCL2 to ML (although a few products remained 2-way for a period of time). So I suspect that swapping the PCB of your LCS9000 to a later version will ensure that you can never again use 2-way IR remotes. .... [/quote] Hi, the LCS900 and later BL3500 have always been a 1 way IR device. There has never been implemented the necessary hardware! The IR transmitter to achieve the transmitting of the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Sun, Jan 6 2019
  • Re: Fixing LC2 dimmer IR issue

    Hi, concerning the non IR receiving LCS9000 / Beolab 3500: It's the board with the display, IR receiving diodes, the touch switch (Timer and Mute) mounted. There sits a chip in the lower left corner which has a printing on it: U2506B This is the same chip as in the LC2 dimmer. Now read the excellent fault finding description of Frank and do some transfer work. This leads you to the SMD capacitor C18 which is connected to Pin3 on the U2506. The original one is a 22µF 6,3V so get the same
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by RaMaBo on Fri, Jan 4 2019
  • Re: LCS 9000 has no input from remote B+O 1000

    Hi, reading helps a lot More in the linked thread (see above) in english in a few minutes.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Fri, Jan 4 2019
  • Re: LCS 9000 has no input from remote B+O 1000

    Hi, if option setting shows no help then it's most probably a SMD capacitor on the IR / Display / Touch-Sensor Board: See here , i had the same problem once. It's fixed now :)
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by RaMaBo on Wed, Jan 2 2019
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