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  • Re: Replacing a B&O TV as a control point for multi-room audio system

    Thanks, I have ordered the Beolink active and also attached a new wifi streaming device (versus bluetooth) so the system can be accessed from anywhere. Thanks!! David
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Davidhawks on Tue, Sep 21 2021
  • Feedback / Static issues

    Hi there, This community has been really helpful in helping me solve a recent issue so thought it worth trying with a more persistent problem! I have a multiroom set-up based around a Beosound9000. In each room there is low level interference that I think is caused by ethernet cables / internet based devices. It's annoying but manageable in most of the house but is really bad in a room that has a Beosound 3500 as the speaker. Here, the problem spoils the listening experience entirely. There is
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Davidhawks on Tue, Sep 21 2021
  • Replacing a B&O TV as a control point for multi-room audio system

    Help appreciated - I’m out of ideas! I have a B&O multi-room setup connected using masterlink cables. The source is a beosound 9000. In the main entertainment room there are four speakers which were previously activated via a Beovision TV. I have since replaced this TV with a non B&O device with its own speaker. However without the TV sensor I can no longer activate the music system in this room. Other speakers on the setup are activated using the IR eye connection method. My hope was
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Davidhawks on Sun, Sep 19 2021
    Filed under: BEOSound 9000, Beolink Passive
  • Re: Replacing a B&O TV as a control point for multi-room audio system

    Thanks Guy! The Beosound 9000 is in the same room (worth mentioning that the cabling between devices is all hidden away in the walls in case that affects things) The four speakers are Beolab 4000 so active I think. (Note: the four din plugs enter the room before being merged into two using adapters. These two din plugs were connected to the TV. ) Very Best, David
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Davidhawks on Sun, Sep 19 2021
  • Re: Replacing a B&O TV as a control point for multi-room audio system

    Great thanks! As the cables are on the other side of the room to the BS9000 it might actually be easier to get hold of a Beolink Active (I had already bought a passive and an IR eye but had given up when that did not work.) Can I just check - would you expect the Masterlink cable, the IR eye cable, and the two Din plugs (already using an adapter from 4 to 2) all to be plugged into the Beolink Active? Much appreciated! D
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Davidhawks on Sun, Sep 19 2021
  • Re: Replacing a B&O TV as a control point for multi-room audio system

    Thanks for the advice. As the cables are all in the wall it's hard to work out what links to what. I never would have thought to simply connect the din plugs back to the BS9000. Due to the location I think it might be best to try a Beolink active (guy's advice) but if that fails for any reason then it's good to know that extending this cables back to the source somehow would work. Much obliged! D
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Davidhawks on Sun, Sep 19 2021
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