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  • Re: Stands for Mx

    Sadly no - the MX4000 would control it OK but the stand itself is too big - and specifically the mounting plate is different. Certainly my MX4000 will not attach to my MX5500 (28inch) stand. You could possibly change the mounting plate - and I think one from a non-motorised MX4000 stand would work.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Sat, Apr 28 2012
  • Re: Door sensors BC2500

    Having looked at the circuit diagrams and dismantling instructions, the door sensors are on two seperate PCBs, number 6 and 11 which are indeed behind the plastic side covers - perhaps the sensors are visible when the panels are removed? The display PCB just holds the IR receiver for remote use. Not sure if a small drilled hole would work - perhaps try with a seperate piece of plastic first.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Sat, May 5 2012
  • Re: Door sensors BC2500

    From the circuit diagrams, each side has two IR transmitters and one IR receiver. I'm guessing that the IR signal then reflects off your hands as they approach the unit. Given that 'sensors' 2 and 3 on your photo are bigger than 1 and 4, I am guessing that 2 and 3 are the 'double' transmitters. and 1 and 4 the receivers. The PCB diagrams in the circuit diagram are too fuzzt to be sure which is which! Either way, I reckon all the sensors and transmitters need to be exposed. Good
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Sat, May 5 2012
  • Re: Need help with beovision 3 setup.

    Is the STB splitter the B&O one? Do the IR emitters light up at the appropriate time when viewed through a mobile phone camera? If not, the IR lead/splitter or emitter could be at fault. The set up is exactly the same as mine which works well - I'll check which TV connections I use when I get home from work, but what you describe sounds fine.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Beolab 2000 Power Problem

    A friend of mine has asked me to fix his BL2000. He described the fault as an intermitent power problem and thought it was a loose wire in the mains connector. I got the BL2000 earlier today and couldn't get any lights to show despite trying various power leads. I therefore stripped it down and checked a few internal voltages. I found that the transformer primaries were getting the full 230V, but that the secondary is only showing 19.4VAC rather than the 30VAC listed in the service manual. Also
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Guy on Thu, May 17 2012
    Filed under: Beolab 2000
  • Re: Beosound 9000 Help

    I think we need more description of the connections available in each room, possibly some photos. I would guess that the house is wired for masterlink, but some of the 'boxes' such as 'Beolink actives' may be hidden away. Are there any IR sensors? I am sure forum members will be able to help - just need more details and perhaps some photos?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Thu, May 17 2012
  • Re: HELP: Beocom 6000 MK1 Handset does not register to the PSTN Base MK1?

    Hi there and welcome to Beoworld! As it's a Mk 1 there could well be a problem with the RF chip - this was quite a common fault and can only be resolved by replacing the motherboard. B&O sell a new motherboard kit that includes a few other parts (new keyboard etc) that effectively makes the phone a Mk 2. I think that the kit retails for about £70. I hope this helps - search the old forum and you may find out more.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Sun, Jun 10 2012
  • Re: Beocenter 9500

    I took advice from the old forum and simply used superglue gel - the gel is less messy than normal superglue. I left the old tape in situ and saved myself a lot of time in tape removal/cleaning. I did 2 BC9500s a couple of years ago and have had no problems.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Mon, Jun 11 2012
  • Re: Masterlink System on the cheap !

    I have a passive set up as a stand alone amp for my computer - it's actually connected to an MCL2AV using one of the powerlink inputs - this enables me to chose either the CD or Tape input using SHIFT RADIO 6 or 7. Of course this leaves the Passive's ML input empty - not sure what will happen if I connect masterlink as well. If I have time I may try this over the weekend. (By the way, in the stand alone mode the MCL2AV/passive works 2-way with an MCP5500.) You could always use a cheap CRT
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Fri, Jun 22 2012
  • Re: Beolink 5000 Display

    The display is not replaceable on its own - it is attached to the motherboard and would be a very delicate operation to remove. I recently bought one in exactly that condition (i.e loose screen but otherwise perfect). I used super-glue gel to fix the screen back in place. Three very small drops on the outside edges were all that were needed (one on the top and another on each side) and I just left the tape in place. It is now secure and you cannot see the glue. I have heard of people replacing the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Guy on Sat, Jun 30 2012
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