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  • Re: Very old Beovox stands... or not...?

    Hi... Yup, the finish remains a bit of a mysterie. I just now sent for a quote on re-chroming the the two pipes (the company is situated close to Aarhus) and I sent a few photos of the bottom cross asking them for advice, since they also do polishing of aluminium amongst many other highly specialized things, so they might have some idea - it's worth a try. At this point - as there seems to be a lot of guesswork - I lean towards letting my choice of finish for the cross be dictated by the coherence
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Mon, Nov 29 2021
  • Re: Very old Beovox stands... or not...?

    Hi Martin... Just wanted to relay some feedback from another group, that ads to your findings in regard to these stands. Now we know, that they also came in a version without the wheels Go' dag, Jesper...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Fri, Nov 26 2021
  • Re: Very old Beovox stands... or not...?

    I shot a few additional photos last night. I removed the bolt/top-plate on one of the stands and found, that the top bolt is screwed on to a rod, that runs all the way down and is screwed directly into the bottom part of the stand. In my opinion, it seems to be built that way. But still I'm baffled, that I can find no mentioning or photos of these stands anywhere on the web? Jesper...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Thu, Nov 25 2021
  • Re: Very old Beovox stands... or not...?

    That is very good news indeed! They look very similar - no doubt about that - just remove the wheels, and voila I might know a guy, that knows a guy, that possibly will be able to re-chrome the stands. I would be correct to assume, that the feet themselves would have been chrome as well as the pole? And just the top-plate in black? Thanks, Jesper...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Thu, Nov 25 2021
  • Re: Very old Beovox stands... or not...?

    Alright, well, if I could keep the crosses in their current condition, it would simplify things quite a lot Jesper...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Thu, Nov 25 2021
  • Very old Beovox stands... or not...?

    Hi... Has anybody ever come across stands like these? They are not in good shape as the photos shows. Everybody knows the trumpet stands and the square stands, that are quite iconic - but I have never seen ones like these. Could these stands be a precursor? I got them with a pair of Beovox 4702 and the top plate of the stands looks identical to some of the trumpet stands? But is it a stretch to claim, that they are B&O? Thanks, Jesper...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Wed, Nov 24 2021
    Filed under: Beovox, stand
  • Re: Very old Beovox stands... or not...?

    Hi Martin... I do not recall any labels, but I will have another look, when I take a few extra photos later today Thanks, Jesper...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Wed, Nov 24 2021
  • Re: Beovox M70 restored... step by step... well almost...

    Hi ;-) I'm trying to restore the foam of my m70's and I'm currently working on a template. What kind of specs should the foam have? I'm having difficulties finding sound absorbing foam to match the original appearance. If I choose acoustically transparent foam ment for speaker grills, that actually look right, the effect will not be damping much, or?? This is tricky!! Jesper...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Wed, Aug 11 2021
  • Beomaster 3000 (2402) vs 3000-2: Any audible difference?

    Hi... I have a Beomaster 3000 (2402) in absolute mint condition. I'm thinking about getting it recapped / adjustet / cleaned professionally. Before comitting to that, I made a couple of searches and saw, that the 3000-2 model - by far - is the most restored unit of the two. Does anybody know, why this is? "Legend" has it, that there were a few minor upgrades from 3000 to 3000-2, but it says everywhere, that it was not anything significant. But is the 3000-2 a better unit and should
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Thu, Aug 5 2021
  • Beomaster 3000 (2402) vs 3000-2: Any audible difference?

    Hi... I have a Beomaster 3000 (2402) in absolute mint condition. I'm thinking about getting it recapped / adjustet / cleaned professionally. Before comitting to that, I made a couple of searches and saw, that the 3000-2 model - by far - is the most restored unit of the two. Does anybody know, why this is? "Legend" has it, that there were a few minor upgrades from 3000 to 3000-2, but it says everywhere, that it was not anything significant. But is the 3000-2 a better unit and should
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Jesper on Thu, Aug 5 2021
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