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  • Faded Beomaster 3000 faceplate

    Hello. I have this here faceplate from a beomaster 3000 that has gone all faded on the lettering. It's much worse in person than shown on this picture, in some cases the numbers and letters are near invisible on the faceplate. My question is, how do I deal with this? Can I repaint it somehow or do I just find a new part? Thanks in advance :)
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by CJ on Wed, Mar 31 2021
    Filed under: Beomaster, Beomaster 3000-2, 3000-2, Panel
  • Faded lettering on Beomaster 3000 faceplate

    I have this here faceplate from a beomaster 3000 with faded lettering, it's much worse in person than what you see in the picture, almost invisible in some instances. Any ideas on how to deal with this, do I buy a replacement, can I use paints to retouch it? What do I do? Thanks in advance!
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by CJ on Wed, Mar 31 2021
  • Re: Beocord 8004 tape select problems

    To anyone who happens upon this thread with the same problems, my fix was that some of the wires on the tape selector switches had broken off so the bias and tape selection was all wrong except on type 1 cassettes.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by CJ on Sat, Aug 8 2020
  • Re: Beocord 8004 tape select problems

    To anyone who happens upon this thread with the same problems, my fix was that some of the wires on the tape selector switches had broken off so the bias and tape selection was all wrong except on type 1 cassettes.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by CJ on Sat, Aug 8 2020
  • Re: Beocord 8004 tape select problems

    To anyone who happens upon this thread with the same problems, my fix was that some of the wires on the tape selector switches had broken off so the bias and tape selection was all wrong except on type 1 cassettes.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by CJ on Sat, Aug 8 2020
  • Beocord 8004 tape select problems

    Recently got a hold on a serviced Beocord 8004, but I can't help but wonder if it's normal for the metal light to come on whenever I insert a Type 2 tape? Also when recording onto type 2 and 4 cassettes I lose some treble compared to recording on type 1 cassettes. Metal is not so bad until I enable Dolby C which is no problem when recording on type 1 but falls completely flat when used on type 4. And whenever I record on type 2 cassettes it's like it uses Metal bias so the treble aren't
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by CJ on Mon, Aug 3 2020
    Filed under: Beocord 8004
  • Beocord 8004 tape select problems

    Recently got a hold on a serviced Beocord 8004, but I can't help but wonder if it's normal for the metal light to come on whenever I insert a Type 2 tape? Also when recording onto type 2 and 4 cassettes I lose some treble compared to recording on type 1 cassettes. Metal is not so bad until I enable Dolby C which is no problem when recording on type 1 but falls completely flat when used on type 4. And whenever I record on type 2 cassettes it's like it uses Metal bias so the treble aren't
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by CJ on Sun, Aug 2 2020
  • Beocord 1200 filter adjustment problems

    Hello first post here I have been trying to do the filter adjustment on my beocord 1200 as the left and right channels aren't matched, but when I follow the instructions in the manual I get no control over my voltages when adjusting the adjustable capacitors. It says in the manual; to solder 15 ohm resistors into the tape-head chassis leads on both channels, then get out the millivoltmeter to measure the voltage across the resistor. Now the manual does not state wether measurements are in DC
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by CJ on Sat, Mar 21 2020
    Filed under: Beocord 1200
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