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  • Re: Your latest addi(c)tion?

    Interesting, Martin. Does your 5005 have a red label? Mine only has a white label with some handwritten notes on. No silkscreen on the circuit board. The serial number label on the Beocord 5000 with Beocord 4000 lid looks like this: The latest one looks like this: Same type number with '89' in front which I think means 'pre-production unit', as the same is the case with my Beomaster 4401s and Beomaster 6001. /Dennis
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Sat, May 29 2021
  • Re: Your latest addi(c)tion?

    This one says "MPS 32". Mine doesn't have any transport screws either, but there are some marks in the paint suggesting there has been some, so I borrowed a pair from a BG3500 I have for spare parts when I had to move it. /Dennis
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Sat, May 29 2021
  • Re: Your latest addi(c)tion?

    Finally managed to assemble my odd Beosystem 4000/5000. Picked up a 'Beocord 4000' last week. I already have a Beocord 5000 with rosewood trim, that says Beocord 4000 on the red label at the back, but it is nice to have finally found one with the matching model number printed on the front. From the top; Beogram 5005, Beogram CD 50, Beomaster 4000 and Beocord 4000. Hope to find a Beogram 5000 with rosewood trim like the one at Struer Museum one day, but for now this will have to do. /Dennis
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Thu, May 27 2021
  • Re: Your latest addi(c)tion?

    [quote user="Dillen"]It's a common misunderstanding, that it was glossy from factory. It wasn't. It had more of a silky shine to it.[/quote] Sorry, I wasn't around back then to have known... I only have these photos for reference, where it looks very glossy to me, but maybe the Beolit 40 was different from the 39? Nevertheless, there looks to have been put some kind of varnish on it at some point, so judging by the photos above, a glossy finish will at least look a lot more
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Mon, Apr 19 2021
  • Re: Flash your B&O - new thread!

    That looks like a very nice place to be, mmmoller! I'm amazed everytime I see a BV11 with silver frame and blue speaker cover. Simple, timeless design. I'm seriouly considering buying one as the screen of my BV7-40 MK6 suddenly turned black a couple of months ago, but it's still a lot of money for a 5-8 year old television with a limited supply of spare parts... How do you think it compares to your BV7-55? /Dennis
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Re: Your latest addi(c)tion?

    Those Rondstralers cleaned up nicely, Henrik! Yesterday I added this beauty to my collection! Only part that is cracked is one of the knobs, so that's pretty good for an 80 year old bakelite radio I think. I can't quite figure out if I should leave it as is or bring the cabinet back to its original, glossy finish. It has a brown kind of varnish on most of the cabinet, which gives it a pretty nice patina, and I kind of like the story this totally unrestored look tells, but I'm also a sucker
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Mon, Mar 8 2021
  • Re: BeoLab 9 Overhaul

    Following this with great interest, as it is nice seeing someone repair some of the newer B&O products - especially as I guess you don't have any schematics to help you? I'm sure this thread will become useful for others in the near future. Keep up the good work. /Dennis
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Dennis on Wed, Feb 24 2021
  • Re: BeoPlay V1- 40 - Software Update

    [quote user="Barry Santini"]Hi Any chance you would send the same to me? barry [/quote] Sure, drop me an email - the function isn't available on your profile.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Thu, Jan 28 2021
  • Re: BeoPlay V1- 40 - Software Update

    Check your email inbox (or spam folder...) Welcome to Beoworld!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Wed, Jan 27 2021
  • Re: Beolab 5: noises when using the remote control. (dead diode on PCB6)

    Well done! Thank you for returning with the solution. I'm glad to hear that you didn't have to have another chassis replaced. Hope at least some of the 5 replacements were covered by warranty? Quite disappointing that a pair of speakers in that price range fail that often and having to pay a fortune to have them repaired. Good there are some passionated people keeping them alive! /Dennis
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Dennis on Wed, Nov 11 2020
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