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  • Re: beosound 2 sound quality vs stage

    [quote user="Frederik"] I didn't say the Stage is cleaner, it does have a deeper and more refined bass, but I agree that overall the Beosoud 2 sound is more crisp. = [/quote] I think the BeoSound has deeper bass, if set to 'free' and sat on the right kind of flooring - try a wooden floor, for example. It has more of an impact than the Stage for music, for me. BeoSound 2 is a better speaker than the Stage for music, but the Stage has a 'wider' sound and more suited to
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Wed, May 5 2021
  • Re: Beolab 28

    [quote user="Millemissen"] First thing to do would be to upgrade the Stage/Contour to the Mozart platform - this way making it possible to add the new (Mozart-based) speakers as surround speakers......of course after the release of the NL/speaker link/multiroom function for those. [/quote] My dealer told me in January this year he was expecting an upgraded Stage MK2 or even a more expensive Stage+ which would enable people to connect additional B&O speakers. Makes sense. I'd certainly
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Tue, May 4 2021
  • Re: beosound 2 sound quality vs stage

    [quote user="Frederik"] The Beosound 2 sounds really nice and warm but very different compared to the Stage. The Stage has a cleaner, deeper and much punchier base, however, the sound is very much directed towards the area in front of it, which makes sense for a soundbar. [/quote] I own both. Other way around! BeoSound 2 has a much cleaner sound. Very well balanced. I wouldn't use a Stage for music. BeoSound 2 every time. My BeoSound 2 is also better than my Balance (still in the box
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Tue, May 4 2021
  • Re: Beosound Stage vs Beolab 18

    [quote user="SharpPencil"] Hi guys, I have always had an attraction to this brand. And as I'm going to be moving to my new place soon, I am thinking of going for something that allows me to enjoy movies. Currently I am running a traditional 5.1.2 setup. However as my new place is gonna be much smaller, I will be looking either just a set of Beolab or just the Stage. For someone who is 90% movies and 10% music, what do you guys recommend ? [/quote] I've used B&O speakers connected
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Sun, May 2 2021
  • Re: Beosound Stage vs Beolab 18

    [quote user="Sandyb"] The Stage is an excellent simple solution, but vs 18’s , even alone, it’s not close [/quote] Bit of an exaggeration Sandyb. I've owned most of the older combination of speakers and the Stage is beyond 'simple solution'. It's pretty fantastic, all things considered. With movies you do get the low rumbles and, besides, what's the point of recommending really expensive speakers for movies, only to then go off an stream low-quality audio
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Sun, May 2 2021
  • Re: Stage suitable TVs

    [quote user="355f"] May I ask what your seeking for it? [/quote] Will do, although Simon has first dibs. As I've only just moved in, things are...a little chaotic here. Chris - I was back in Bath today. Gym, meeting friends etc. Very busy this morning. Was good to get home again (and Bruton is almost an hour from Bath on a Saturday, the roads are now *that* busy). Confused. Why are you in Bath? Thought you were living in Northumberland now?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Sat, May 1 2021
  • Re: Stage suitable TVs

    Here's a quick image - this was post-move (I only moved in here March) and it's now on the wall. Ignore the cables. They were temporary. One even goes off to the right. With this stand, you can hide the cables down the rear. I bought the stand as I knew I couldn't get the TV on this plasterboard+foam wall swiftly. Needed specialist advise. Now it's on the wall. In a way, I kind of miss the stand though. Decent. Reminds me a little of the Horizon stand. The Stage sounds better on the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Fri, Apr 30 2021
  • Re: Stage suitable TVs

    [quote user="Chris Townsend"]Looks great, but the wife had her eyes on a 77 inch wall. We are currently in Bath at the Portofino restaurant near Waitrose if you’re around? Time is 17:42 [/quote] I moved from Bath last month! I'll be back there tomorrow though.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Fri, Apr 30 2021
  • Re: Stage suitable TVs

    [quote user="The Beonic Man"] What are you looking for Chris? I might be interested. Email me you price through here and I’ll let you know. What stand is it? [/quote] I'm now even tempted with the 77" myself. The huge white wall I have with the 65" looks tiny. I had the 65 on the B&O stand: Beosound Stage Floor Stand | B&O (bang-olufsen.com) I think this looked good. In a way, better than it was on the wall! The 55" Stage is the Bronze Tone version, but
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Wed, Apr 28 2021
  • Re: Stage suitable TVs

    [quote user="Chris Townsend"]That’ll do thanks. [/quote] I have a 2020 LG GX 55" + Stage + BeoRemote + B&O stand which I'm probably going to sell soon if you're interested. It's smaller than 65", but do you really need a 65"? And, yes, the LG has some software in it's ROM which was developed with B&O to enable you to use the BeoRemote with it. It's...ok. I'd say you still need your Sky and other remotes, sadly.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by moxxey on Mon, Apr 26 2021
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