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  • Re: Reconditioned MMC 20 CL??

    Back in the 90s I bought a new CL in a shop, because I used my BG8000 a lot. This new pickup came without a calibration print and it sounds a kind of noisy. My old CL had a calibration print and it shows nearly a flat line. And the sound was slightly better.
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by ProGram on Mon, Nov 18 2019
  • Beogram 6500 sound issues (video)

    Ok, this sounds like a short circuit or loose contact (RIAA board?) However you must open it up and have a closer look.
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by ProGram on Thu, Nov 14 2019
  • Re: Beogram 6500 sound issues (video)

    As I wrote: grab the platter spindle and move the sub chassis (the platter and tonearm are mounted there). But do this while playback. In lifted stage, the sound is muted (or should be). If the noise occurs while shaking or moving the sub platter, I suggest that the audio cable is broken somewhere. Don’t fear to ruin your record, that action is harmless.
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by ProGram on Wed, Nov 13 2019
  • Beogram 6500 sound issues (video)

    Can you hear that noise when you rock the sub chassis with the platter spindle?
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by ProGram on Tue, Nov 5 2019
  • Re: Beogram 9500 stops half way???

    Hi! Just came across a possible solution: the dust cover is sagging or the felt-strip under the black fixed part has come loose and hinders the tonearm traveling
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by ProGram on Sun, Oct 27 2019
  • Re: Fun imagining new products…

    About 30 years ago, I built a pair of RL for my car. Real speakers as a satellite system
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ProGram on Thu, Sep 26 2019
  • Projekt Beogram 9000

    I can do this with detailed pictures when I get another deck. Google translator is not helpful for you? I also want to 3D print a adapter for this combination instead of glueing. For this I need a spare tone arm at least. @ Søren: the scale is still intact
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by ProGram on Wed, Sep 25 2019
  • Re: Using non B&O cartridge in B&O Turntables

    Definitely! Soundsmith is nice, I have the SMMC4 on my 9500. It fits and sounds good, but it had already a faulty suspension after one and a half year. Mr. Ledermann at soundsmith swapped it as a gesture of goodwill. But when it will be necessary to change the cartridge again, I will modify the tonearm.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ProGram on Wed, Sep 25 2019
  • Re: Using non B&O cartridge in B&O Turntables

    Don't matter, what Concorde. I think, the element inside is nearly the same. All have straight contacts inside, but only some are with connectors, most are soldered to the SME contacts.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ProGram on Sun, Sep 22 2019
  • Re: Using non B&O cartridge in B&O Turntables

    Of course, Adrian. First of all be sure that the tonearm hinge is intact (not flapping around). How have I done this? Strictly speaking, I copied the original position of the pickup. I have several defective pickups to do this. I used a Ortofon Concorde for the modification. You can get several needles for it. Have a look in my profile. I made some pictures of the process. There is a detailed description on this website, https://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/16169/139575.aspx#139575 I used copper wires
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by ProGram on Sat, Sep 21 2019
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