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  • Re: Vintage Beolit Thread

    I have a Beolit 700, because it's the marking on the top plate. As simple as this. I also made some progress : Somehow, once mounted inside the cabinet, the loudspeaker is connected with blue and black wires, that the black wire should also be connected to ground, and it's not ! I tried to connect a wire between the loudspeaker lug and the ground I I do get a loud distorted sound of some FM station. So my issue is half resolved. At the very least I am confident nothing is severely broken
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jaypeeds on Sat, Apr 3 2021
  • Re: Vintage Beolit Thread

    I have a Beolit 700, because it's the marking on the top plate. As simple as this. I also made some progress : Somehow, once mounted inside the cabinet, the loudspeaker is connected with blue and black wires, that the black wire should also be connected to ground, and it's not ! I tried to connect a wire between the loudspeaker lug and the ground I I do get a loud distorted sound of some FM station. So my issue is half resolved. At the very least I am confident nothing is severely broken
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jaypeeds on Sat, Apr 3 2021
  • Re: Vintage Beolit Thread

    Hello all, New member here. I am glad to be accepted in this forum. My story with B&O began a few weeks ago, when on a local flea market, I found a black Beolit 700 1505, in a somewhat sorry state. The vendor was not able to tell me if it was operational or not, ant let it go for 20 EUR. Cosmetically, some good points, like the antenna which was not broken, and some less good, rusty battery contacts, broken and lost volume and tone control, an overhaul brownish colour, as if it had been either
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jaypeeds on Thu, Apr 1 2021
  • Re: Vintage Beolit Thread

    I am not sure about the difference between the Beolit 600 and 700, and am not even sure which model exactly is mine. The last button is marked AFC. I noticed that the service manual of Beolit 600 is more detailed on some aspects. For example the length of the tuning three is documented 82cm, as well as the number of turns. So I don't need any help on the mechanical side any more. JP
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jaypeeds on Thu, Apr 1 2021
  • Re: Vintage Beolit Thread

    I am not sure about the difference between the Beolit 600 and 700, and am not even sure which model exactly is mine. The last button is marked AFC. I noticed that the service manual of Beolit 600 is more detailed on some aspects. For example the length of the tuning three is documented 82cm, as well as the number of turns. So I don't need any help on the mechanical side any more. JP
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by jaypeeds on Thu, Apr 1 2021
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