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  • Re: Lintronic?

    I've been using them for years now. Started out with a TT238 but switched a few months ago to the new version, LIN-433 get support for 433MHz radio as well. Works just great. Controlling my Sony TV, AppleTV, Set-top box, Bluray player along with B&O audio system with just a Beo4. With the addidion of the LIN-433 I now control all NEXA switches as well. It's a very powerful system and I love it, not that difficult to get started but it takes a bit of thinking to really get the most of
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Home Automation (Forum) by Saxpy on Tue, Mar 24 2015
  • Re: Lintronic?

    [quote user="mjmedlo"]I want to use a third party panel with a Beolink NL converter or an active kit. I want to use a beo4 to turn on the tv and have sound come through the active kit or converter. Id like to use only one beolink eye for both but don't know if that's possible. [/quote] I have a Sony TV connected to a BeoLink Converter that is connected via ML to a Beosound 3000. That setup works just fine. Press TV and everything is up and running! :-)
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Home Automation (Forum) by Saxpy on Tue, Mar 24 2015
  • Re: Lintronic?

    .[quote user="lonfred"]Does the Lin-433 has strong RF transmitter? I have a couple of nexa wrr-1 relays on my second floor that I would like to control by my MLGW. Today I use a weak Nexa transmitter and sometimes the signals from this is not strong enough. [/quote] I haven't done any scientific tests but it seems to be more powerful than the normal nexa transmitters at least in my house
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Home Automation (Forum) by Saxpy on Tue, Mar 24 2015
  • Re: Lintronic?

    [quote user="mjmedlo"] and the TV sound comes through the active kit? via the ML or are you running something 'out' of the sony tv and in to the active kit? getting my ducks in a row [/quote] I don't use the active kit, I use the Beolink Converter instead, the MCL/ML converter that is. The audio signal comes out of the Sony TV via RCA to the active kit and then from there over ML to the Beosound. The speakers are connected to the Beosound.
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Home Automation (Forum) by Saxpy on Tue, Mar 24 2015
  • Re: Lintronic?

    The Lintronic's IR transmitter is VERY powerful, I have my box semi-hidden and it still controls my Sony TV from angles and distances that the original Sony remote can't handle. I used to wire up the IR transmitter for each device but I've found that to be completely pointless, the transmitter is just that good. For the units hidden in a cupboard I still have it wired of course. If the RS-232 port of the TV is active and supported then it should all be handled in the Lintronic box.
    Posted to Bang & Olufsen / Home Automation (Forum) by Saxpy on Mon, Mar 30 2015
  • Marantz SR5012/6012 as AV-preamp

    Hi, was thinking about getting a Marantz SR5012 AV-receiver to use as in a surround sound setup with Penta3s, 7-2 and Beolab4000. It seems to be a nice receiver with pre-outs and a decent feature set. Has anyone bought it or other Marantz av-receiver for your beolab?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Saxpy on Sun, Jan 28 2018
  • Re: B&O Fiscal 17/18

    I find these few lines the most interesting: "Bang & Olufsen’s future product strategy will result in a product portfolio with fewer launches and higher anticipated sales volumes per launch" One can only hope that this means that they will actually go back to making products that last a little longer than they have done lately. Going to be interesting to see how they would do that considering the speed of innovation in the business.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Saxpy on Fri, Jul 13 2018
  • Re: The best ever made product of B&O in different categories ?

    1. AV5 - yes, I know, CD-I what a fiasco, but the picture quality was amazing and the people I worked with on my thesis at B&O at the time held this higher than the Avant, and the speakers were really cool. 2. Beosound 9000 3. Beolab Penta - still going strong 4. Beocom 6000 5. Beolink 1000 6. LCS 9000 7. Beocenter 9500 - my first B&O equipment, still going strong, and what a beauty... :-)
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Saxpy on Sat, Jan 26 2019
  • Beolab 7.2 vs. Beolab4000 as centerspeaker

    I have been using a pair of Beolab 4000 as center speakers for my TV for a few years and now I can get my hands on a 7.2 in mint condition at a very good price. Any opinions on the difference in sound quality?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Saxpy on Wed, Jun 3 2015
  • Re: B&O announces sale of the 20 years old ‘Gården’

    I remember my first visit to B&O to discuss my thesis with the guys in the video department, I got a tour and they were just almost done with the construction of Gården and I got a sneak peak... Those were the days...
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Saxpy on Thu, Jan 10 2019
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