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  • Re: Beovision 3802 1978 fully working

    Cosmetically good after a cleanup. It is white so is a little beige in places with time and sunlight. Remote is included and working and the stand is an aluminium castor (type 3043) there is no teletext and no extra kits. The TV has not been used for many years and came on rather dark showing showing purple over white graphics however after around 15 minutes full colour was restored and a remarkably sharp looking picture from a Sky box RF output. I am based in North Yorks (Skipton). I agree it must
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Mon, Sep 14 2015
  • Beovision 3802 1978 fully working

    Anyone have an idea what these are worth as collectors items? Or if they even are collectors items?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Sun, Sep 13 2015
  • Re: Link Volume

    The TV has analogue aerial input only for the link frequency - I have nothing connected to the scart inputs. All sources are in the main room (DTV, V.MEM, V.MEM2 etc. I don't have a problem controlling the sources but I have to press 'TV' to control the MX4000 volume. The MX volume will not respond to anything preceeded by the 'link' command. I can't for example press link>V.MEM>GO and then turn up the volume with the beo4. I would have to return to 'TV'. The
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Wed, Nov 19 2014
  • Re: Link Volume

    Option settings don't effect the volume control (in my case anyway). The difference seems to be the way the beo4 works - seperate codes for local and Link video. (Beocom 6000 mk2 is the same) wheras the beolink 1000/beocom 6000 mk1 it is simply audio or video. In some ways it is easier to use a BL1000 in this link room but the coloured buttons are more difficult and there is no 'exit' command. An MCL2AV would be the solution but unfortunately it would not be easy to wire either the MCL
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Wed, Nov 19 2014
  • Link Volume

    Is there a way of making a Beo4 volume control independant of the 'link' command as with the Beolink 1000? A room containing an MCL2A and an MX4000 results in the need to change back to 'TV' each time to adjust volume after controlling main room sources.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Sat, Nov 15 2014
  • MCL Junction box

    Does anyone have an unwanted MCL Junction box?
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Wanted (Forum) by david707 on Sun, Oct 19 2014
  • MX4000 Noise

    My MX4000 has a variable high pitched noise - eminating from the tube not the speaker system. This tends to happen when it has been on for several hours. Muting the picture (by pressing text) does not have any effect. The noise dies away shortly after switching to standby. Is this anything serious or just an annoyance? Picture Quality is superb and is unaffected. Thanks for any advice. David.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Wed, Oct 1 2014
  • Re: MCL2AV/LX5500

    Thank you for the link. Page 15 of the MCL2 installation guide gives details of programming the MCL2AV standby function but these depend on a sensor being attached and holding the timer button. It does not appear possible to do this without the sensor (I use the LX TV only) so I need to obtain one of these. David
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Sat, Aug 16 2014
  • Re: MCL2AV/LX5500

    Thank you for the reply Stefan. These all work but do not correct the situation. The config guide says option 2 but has no mention of additional options to prevent entire link system standby. David
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by david707 on Mon, Aug 11 2014
  • Re: Beolink 1000 Mk2

    Thanks! The link is there on some but not all threads.
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by david707 on Mon, Aug 11 2014
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