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  • Boevox Panel 5000 Capacitors - Replacement

    Hi everyone! So I just wondered what people might suggest to replace the capacitors on the Beovox 5000 Panel speakers? I have just dismantled one speaker to take a photo of the crossover which is enclosed (click on the image for the full view). As can be seen there are three film capacitors and two electrolytic capacitors on the board. Would it be safe to assume the film capacitors are OK? What would people suggest to replace the electrolytics? They are 10uf & 15uf at 100v. Also could anyone
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by machineage on Wed, Jan 11 2017
    Filed under: capacitors, Crossover, 5000, Panel, Boeovox
  • Re: Beolab 6000 Rubber Surrounds - AudioFriends

    Oh my goodness - that's hilarious! What on earth did they use to 'glue' the first lot - it look like tar!
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by machineage on Sun, Dec 6 2015
  • Re: Beolab 6000 Rubber Surrounds - AudioFriends

    That's great to hear - thanks Beobuddy
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by machineage on Wed, Dec 2 2015
  • Beolab 6000 Rubber Surrounds - AudioFriends

    Hi all I see the rubber surrounds on the woofers of the Beolab 6000 are constructed from very thin rubber which provides a high degree of compliance to assist bass reproduction. I have read that the foam and some rubber replacement surrounds impact on the original response from these drivers and suppress their bass output. I wonder if anyone has installed the rubber surrounds from AudioFriends which are advertised as having been manufactured specifically for these drivers. Can anyone comment on how
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by machineage on Thu, Nov 26 2015
    Filed under: refoam, Surrounds, Foam, Beolab 6000, Rubber
  • Trunk Mounted Beocenter 9500?!

    Anyone seen anything like this before?!
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by machineage on Mon, Nov 23 2015
  • Beosound 9000 Service Counter - Clarification

    Hello again everyone Just a quick question relating to the service counter on the Beosound 9000. I read in the service manual that 'All numbers are stated at intervals of 10'. So if my unit is showing a CD-mode time of +14 this means it has been playing CD's for 140 hours? Thanks :) UPDATE: I posed the question to B&O direct - and they have just confirmed that this does indeed mean the CD player has been in operation for 140 hours.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by machineage on Fri, Mar 13 2015
  • Beosound 9000 CD Platter Scraping CDs

    Hi everyone. Well I now have a fully functional BS9000 Mk1 following the replacement of the IR PCB. I have subsequently carried out a number of the tests including TM71 & TM73. However there is a problem with the CD platter - it is scraping the underside of the CDs. I have ensured the suspension setting is correct for the unit to be laid flat on a table. I have also checked / adjusted the two allen screws that adjust the height of the clamper. These have no effect on the height of the CD drive
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by machineage on Fri, Mar 13 2015
  • Re: BS9000 IR Remote Problems

    OK guys - the PCB arrived today. I installed it - then with some hesitation I pressed SOUND - 1 - STORE on the BL1000 - and the standby LED blinked - HOORAH!!! I then pressed RADIO on the BL1000 and it sprung into life So it was the PCB after all. Now - I have another problem with the test modes - that is for another thread I feel. Thanks to all you guys for helping with this.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by machineage on Thu, Mar 12 2015
  • Re: BS9000 IR Remote Problems

    Thank you guys Yes the system works perfectly - just no IR after all these tests etc. I will look into the pricing on Monday. Should I just go to my local B&O dealer - or to B&O direct? I will sit down for when they give me the price
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by machineage on Fri, Jan 30 2015
  • Re: BS9000 IR Remote Problems

    Hi Stefan Thanks for the reply. I'm wondering if this is turning into a Workbench thread! I was halfway through dismantling the BS9000 when your post came in . A fairly logical procedure following the instructions in the service manual - I was about to remove top plate. OK - in excitement I replaced everything. I opened one of the PL DIN connectors & shorted out pins 2 & 4 (Yellow & Signal Ground) & checked for continuity. Reconnected just this PL lead - plugged the BS9000 into
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by machineage on Fri, Jan 30 2015
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