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  • Re: Motorised stand for LS5500 TV

    The stand that came with the LS5500 was exactly the same as the late MX-series stand and should be interchangeable. I once had an LS4500 with a motorized stand that would fit an MX4000 with no modifications.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Tue, Apr 15 2014
  • Re: Beocord 9000 recording level confusion

    The 9000 surely is an engineering marvel - and it seems like I'm late on this thread Do yourself a favor and buy the late 1980's TDK MA-X if you can't or won't throw outrageous sums after MA-XG cassettes. The tape itself is the same and the shells from that era are rigid and stable. The tapes I enjoy the most with the 9000 is a BASF Chrome Maxima. Better noise floor than MA-X, lower modulation noise and thanks to lower recording levels; lower print-through. The same tape stock was
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Best Cartridge & Stylus for Beocenter

    [quote user="milanoli"] So this would like getting a 'new' cartridge rather than a 2nd hand one with unknown history? [/quote] Axel replaces the cantilever and suspension material - it's just as good as getting a brand new cartridge.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • Re: Beogram 6002 motor

    I have a couple of 3V platter motors, one from a Beogram 1902 and one from a Beocenter 7007 - both are working fine. They do IIRC have the same part number; throw me a PM
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Wanted (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Sun, Mar 23 2014
  • Re: Wall of BM900, an almost finished project and this is the story

    Impressive work! I've done similar stuff with Beogram 4000-series (relubing, new trimpots, alignment and speed cal) one at a time, it's a good feeling to know that someone is happily using them now instead of ending in a landfill.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Re: Beomaster 6000 v. Beomaster 8000

    [quote user="chartz"] [quote user="Søren Hammer"] The Beomaster 6000 sounds thin and shrill with higher volume settings... [/quote] The we must have different Beomasters But seriously, do you listen that loud? My M70s are 4 Ω speakers and the '8000 is a 4 Ω amp. The '6000 is an 8 Ω amp. So I guess it will depend on what you have. [/quote] Nope, Tried both receivers on my MS150.2's and again with my S75's I'm a young musician, things
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Mon, Mar 10 2014
  • Re: Beomaster 6000 v. Beomaster 8000

    The Beomaster 6000 sounds thin and shrill with higher volume settings as the power supply isn't too beefy. I did use higher listening volumes for the 8000 where it in my opinion sounds just as pleasant as at lower settings. The 4400 can reach clipping and sound better than a 6000 in my ears. I like the 4400 more for it's design, but the tone stack is different (more to my liking) than the 6000 and the linear switch can be nice to have.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Mon, Mar 10 2014
  • Beomaster 6000 4 Channel

    An overall nice example of the iconic quad receiver. Serviced in 2011 by renowned technician and have been gently used since. All lamps work and the bass/treble/volume/balance system works perfect; motor and clutch/gears are almost silent and the pots are free from dirt. The rosewood veneer looks good with some signs of use, the top panel has a crack in the top right corner and some very fine scratches that can only be seen in a certain angle. A button has been dented but the technician has corrected
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Mon, Mar 10 2014
  • Beomaster 6000 4 Channel

    An overall nice example of the iconic quad receiver. Serviced in 2011 by renowned technician Jørn Thøgersen and have been gently used since. All lamps work and the bass/treble/volume/balance system works perfect; the motor and clutch/gear arrangement is almost silent and the pots are free from dirt. The rosewood veneer looks good with some signs of use, the top panel has a crack in the top right corner and some very fine scratches that can only be seen in a certain angle. A button has
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Mon, Mar 10 2014
  • Re: Yellow/White-ish S45 sub surrounds?

    Upload a picture - it's difficult to state their condition without any visual bearing. - Søren
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Søren Hammer on Thu, Mar 6 2014
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