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  • Re: Power supply for Beoremote Halo

    [quote user="mbee"] Don't hesitate connecting your Halo to an iPad charger, it will only draw the power it needs, no risk of any damage. More current is not a problem, for instance you can power your iPhone with a big Macbook USB-C charger (45W), the iPhone will get approx. the max 15W it needs. [/quote] Thank you very much for your reply! I have connected my old iPad4 charger, and all works perfect. I already knew to your examples for the Apple products, but I thought this was just
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Thu, Dec 2 2021
  • Re: Power supply for Beoremote Halo

    [quote user="Carolpa"] [quote user="BOThom"]For the wall version of the Halo, there are various ways to power it.[/quote]for the wall version I would go for the POI option. [/quote] Unfortunately I don't have a PoE installation around. I guess the PoE adapter from B&O (type 3057) requires a real PoE behind. Then I'd also have to mount a PoE injector. Using e.g. the iPad charger in my installation is a simple solution which works fine for me.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Thu, Dec 2 2021
  • Power supply for Beoremote Halo

    Hello Forum For the wall version of the Halo, there are various ways to power it. The requirement for me is simply the USB-C. But I need a proper power supply, e.g. an iPhone/iPad charger. B&O does not provide a power supply, probably because the USB is standardized. The Halo requires 5VDC/1.5A. I am struggling to find a PSU that can deliver the exact current. The iPhone charger delivers only 1A, and the iPad charger delivers >2A. If I connect the iPad charger I guess the Halo will only use
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Wed, Dec 1 2021
  • Re: BeoSound 35 IR (infrared) issue

    [quote user="Emil"] Just received a new software update. The Beosound 35 responds to IR signals from the Beo4 again!!! [/quote] Excellent, my BS35 also receives IR-signals again after a recent update published today. Thanks all for a great collaboration and contribution
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Mon, Oct 25 2021
  • Re: BeoSound 35 IR (infrared) issue

    Thank you for your reply, Allan. I am somehow happy to hear that the firmware update might be the cause for the IR-eye to fail. But I do hope that this was not on purpose from B&O! I have already reported the issue to their support, but without any feedback yet. I certainly do not hope this is a way to force us to buy the Halo or One remote (not that I dislike them at all) - but the Beo4 really fulfill my needs to control the BS35. I will get back to this thread, if I have news from B&O to
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Sat, Oct 23 2021
  • BeoSound 35 IR (infrared) issue

    Hi Forum I have a BeoSound 35 in my setup. Most of the time I used to control volume and skip tracks with the beloved Beo4 remote, because the BS35 actually have an IR-eye integrated (though there is not much documentation about it). The control from the Beo4 has suddenly stopped working! I have recently installed a firmware upgrade of the BS35 to version 1.27.47106 But I cannot tell if the firmware upgrade causes the IR-eye in the BS35 not to work, of if it happened just before the upgrade. - I
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Thu, Oct 21 2021
    Filed under: Beosound 35, beo4 remote, Beo4 remote control IR
  • Re: BeoLab 14 LED

    Hi Aussie Thank you for your response. I was not aware of the other discussion, but it helped me along. Thus, I realised that the LED on my BL 14 sub actually works/lights under the right conditions. But only for a limited time, which is in accordance with BeoWise. Many other B&O speakers are known for a constant red/green LED light. I would have loved if B&O also had implemented this feature on BL14.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Wed, Aug 18 2021
  • BeoLab 14 LED

    Hi Forum I have recently bought a secondhand BeoLeb 14 5+1 setup. It seems to work perfectly fine in terms of the sound, but there is no light from the LED at all. I guess the LED is the white thing in the bottom of the subwoofer module? I am using a Denon AVR-X2000 surround receiver, with a high level for the satellite speakers, and pre-out for the subwoofer. I have ensured to switch the input selector on the BL14 subwoofer to AMP. I really miss the LED, to ensure that the amplifier for the subwoofer
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Mon, Aug 16 2021
  • Re: Beosound core and IR eye

    It makes sense if that is the case. Thank's for your input.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Tue, Jul 6 2021
  • Re: BS Core with BS9000 and turntable

    [quote user="Carolpa"] I would do this only for ONE NL device (the CD is then only one source in the complete NL. If you do it twice CD are two, one connected to the BS35 one to the Core. I do not think you will get conflicts but just to keep it simpler). Because of the BS35 IR and your preference to use a Beo4 you could leave it set on the BS35. [/quote] I agree, it should be sufficient to just add the BLC on one device (I can still see it from both devices). Actually, even if I don't
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BOThom on Sun, Apr 25 2021
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