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  • Re: BM Link with iTunes 11

    [quote user="elephant"] So some tests, the things I do for you guys .... [quote] BM-Link Press [N.MUSIC] and it started playing the track I had left off playing when I was last in iTunes colour arrow keys had no effect (I can't remember if they are supposed to with BM-Link) [/quote] [/quote] Under BM-Ling the colored keys change between artist, album, playlist, and genre. This still works under iTunes 11. It's only N.Radio that doesn't work. If you go to n.music then pick a
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by dilznik on Thu, Dec 13 2012
  • Re: BM Link with iTunes 11

    I wish I had seen this thread before upgrading. Ugh.
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by dilznik on Fri, Dec 7 2012
  • Is this wattage math right?

    Hi there, I just moved from Australia to the US with my B&O gear and I want to hook some of it up in my temporary apartment. I have a BS4, a pair of BL6000, and a Beolink PC2 or whatever it's called. As far as I can tell that's a total of 53.2 watts. Here's what I found: bs4: 12w BL6000: 38watts (pair) Beolink PC2: 3.2 watts Can someone tell me if I'm looking at the right thing before I buy a 110 to 220 convertor? Thanks.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by dilznik on Fri, Nov 23 2012
  • Re: Is this wattage math right?

    Hmmmm I just found this: http://www.beoworld.org/prod_list.asp IT says my math should be more like this: bs4: 25w BL6000: 120watts (pair) Beolink PC2: 3.2 watts So I guess I'll get a 750 watt convertor and never have any problems.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by dilznik on Fri, Nov 23 2012
  • Re: Is this wattage math right?

    They're pretty cheap and small these days so I'm thinking that's the way to go. Cheers.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by dilznik on Fri, Nov 23 2012
  • Re: Anyone take their 220v B&O equipment to the US?

    Fantastic info, thanks. This looks like the way to go. One more question: how does one go about finding the wattage? And are you able to plug a power bar into it? I'd like to use one that will have the BS4, the two BL6000s and the Beoport all plugged in to one transformer. I guess that's two questions.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by dilznik on Mon, Apr 30 2012
  • Re: Anyone take their 220v B&O equipment to the US?

    I found this old thread I started when I first thought about moving: http://archivedforum.beoworld.org/forums/t/39111.aspx Good answers in there and also step up transformers look like an affordable solution. Did yours cause any interference or degradation in sound? Also what size did you need for your equipment?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by dilznik on Sat, Apr 28 2012
  • Anyone take their 220v B&O equipment to the US?

    If you did what did you do? Get 220v Euro sockets dropped in your house? Use a step up transformer? Get the equipment converted? I'm moving to the US from Australia and am not sure what to do with my stuff. Selling it here and buying it new there doesn't look like a good option.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by dilznik on Sat, Apr 28 2012
  • Anyone have a current US price list?

    Hi. Anyone have a current US price list? I'm contemplating if it's worth it to ship what I've got from Australia and get it all converted to 110v or just sell it here and buy new stuff in the US.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by dilznik on Wed, Apr 25 2012
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