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  • Re: Beogram CD 50, Mexico

    Well done soren, so helpful to someone like myself,having pictures to guide me to do the servicing bits like greasing points etc is really so helpful. Im afraid i cannot replace caps or anything like that but just having the pics and the arrows and explanations is great for me. EXCELLENT KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by glen fowles on Sat, Mar 31 2012
  • Re: Beogram CD 50, Mexico

    [quote user="Søren Mexico"] [quote user="glen fowles"] Hi soren,i changed the belt on my cd 50 a while back, but i have never been able to get the disc sledge to go all the way in without a little help from me. It travels three parts the way in then i have to lift the flap up, and then it continues on in and plays the disc. A ny idea what the problem might be . glen. [/quote] Take a look at the pic, left red arrow is pointing at a adjusting screw, this screw will be touched
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by glen fowles on Fri, Mar 30 2012
  • Re: Beogram CD 50, Mexico

    Hi soren,i changed the belt on my cd 50 a while back, but i have never been able to get the disc sledge to go all the way in without a little help from me. It travels three parts the way in then i have to lift the flap up, and then it continues on in and plays the disc. A ny idea what the problem might be . glen.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by glen fowles on Thu, Mar 29 2012
  • mcp 5000.

    Hi everybody,my master control panel 5000 had new batteries four months ago. Have only used it five or six times at the most since installing new duracell batteries,went to use it today and it was completely dead,inserted new batteries and all works fine. Just wondering how long batteries should last ? Mine have had very little use,does the panel use power when not in use,or could there be a reason,or problem, with it draining the batteries so quickly. All the best glen.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by glen fowles on Tue, Aug 7 2012
  • Re: mcp 5000.

    Okay ,thanks guys. Will remove the batteries when not in use from now on. It is a wierd scenario,my mcp 5500 is installed with duracells,these were in it when i bought it with the rest of the setup a few years back,it gets more use than the mcp5000 and i have not yet had to change batteries. The batteries had not leaked and the spring connectors inside the battery housing are clean as a whistle. Anyway many thanks guys for your quick response . Kind regards to you all glen.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by glen fowles on Tue, Aug 7 2012
  • Re: cosmetically good?

    Hi graham,yes i myself have been a victim,im afraid, of the item being described as in "MINT CONDITION" when i received a beolab 3500 and beo4 remote control. On opening the box it smelt strongly of smoke,and the remote had a scratch on the screen,although this was small,it was still a scratch, and it also had knocks to the edges. I was, to say the least, dissapointed,but did not make a fuss,as i am not a fan of confrontation,so i just thanked the supplier and left it at that. glen.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by glen fowles on Sun, Oct 7 2012
  • WELL DONE ENGLAND!!!

    Congratulations to the england rugby squad on a great win over ireland . Shame the game was some what marred by ireland with some very unsavory incidents by some of the irish players. Lets hope they can come to terms with england being a much superior rugby side and play the game fairly in the future. England are always gracious in winning or losing,lets hope dan coles leg shows no sign of long term injury,i was pleased to see there was no retaliation from him towards the irish after the awful stamp
    Posted to BeoWorld People & Lifestyle (Forum) by glen fowles on Sun, Feb 10 2013
  • Re: MS150.2 vs. Beovox Pentas with BM 8000

    [quote user="Jackplug"] Hi, I sold a pair that I refurbed to a chap in west wales, biggest mistake of my life. I did make a tidy profit but now regret selling them as they are so rare (Glen if you're reading this, I want them back). These were actually MS150s original, with lovely vaneer on the back. See my pictures. Have to say, while I was running the 150s in for a few weeks before selling, I shut my eyes and couldn't really tell them apart from Beolab 5s. I also have some Penta
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by glen fowles on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: MS150.2 vs. Beovox Pentas with BM 8000

    Hi giles nice to hear from you again,yes i have seen the refurb pictures,afraid my pictures of the ms150s don't do them justice,my camera needs upgrading,they are truly magnificent in the flesh,the veneers are to die for! I don't blame you for sticking with your 5s they are truly a fantastic speaker,incredible sound and looks,i think swmbo would turn cartwheels if i were to bring a pair of those home,they are the holy grail of bang and olufsen speakers! I love the beolab penta3s i have them
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by glen fowles on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: MS150.2 vs. Beovox Pentas with BM 8000

    [quote user="Peter"] [quote user="j0hnbarker"] Nice pictures but they need to be driven by a proper amp (for that, read Beomaster 8000) so please sell them to me and we can pair them up properly :P [/quote] Interestingly, the BM8000 was designed to produce maximum power into 4 ohm speakers and as the MS150 was 8 ohm, it could only muster 100W! Having played with all sorts of amplifiers and the MS150s, I can happily say that almost all of them were capable of driving them! The
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by glen fowles on Tue, Feb 19 2013
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