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  • Re: IR eye and NL/ML converter

    thanks, that's great. do you happen to know whether I could connect a non-b&o TV to the line-in of the ml/nl and have it play to BLs attached to the ml/nl? I'd assume it should work, but don't know whether video and audio will be in sync? I do not know if there is a delay on the line. This might be the case in order to provide buffering when line in is distributed over NL.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Wed, Oct 19 2016
  • Re: IR eye and NL/ML converter

    so, you can still play from BS4 to the ml/nl attached speakers? in this case, the music is a NL signal that can be joined by the V1 or any other NL player (A9, BS1, etc)? Yes, the BS4 outputs sound to the speakers attached to the BLC ML/NL and it is possible to join what is played by the BS4 by any NL capable device.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Mon, Oct 17 2016
  • Re: IR eye and NL/ML converter

    Got it, this is very helpful. Thanks. Let me see whether I fully understand and ask some more questions. 1) Your BS4 via the ML/NL acts as a NL device. You play CDs from your BS4 via your V1. You do this by selecting the source from the V1 and just play it on the speakers attached to the V1. >> Correct, just like it work when you have ML 2) You do not play music from the BS4 to your BL speakers attached to the ML/NL. >> I do hear musing from the BS4 to the BLC ML/NL 3) The IR eye controls
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Sun, Oct 16 2016
  • Re: IR eye and NL/ML converter

    So, you are using the PL, ML and NL connection all at the same time? >> Sometimes. Your BS4 and V1 all use / play to the BLs attached to the PL of the ML/NL, right? No, The BS4 has no speakers and is using the V1 speakers. The BLC ML/NL speakers are independent. What happens if you play a CD on the BS4 and watch a movie on the V1 at the same time? What audio do the BLs pick up? This is not an option in my setup, as the BS4 has no speakers. The BLC ML/NL is off or using an audio or a video source
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Sat, Oct 15 2016
  • Re: IR eye and NL/ML converter

    I have BLs attached to the ML/NL Converter. Attached are an BS4 via ML and V1 via NL. An IR Eye is connected as well. I can press the join button on the IR Eye and it will join the active session, either from the NL or ML network. The BeoMusic app is not supported for the NL/ML Gateway, The BeoRemote App does work.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Sun, Oct 9 2016
  • Re: IR eye and NL/ML converter

    This is correct, I have an NL/ML converter is such a setup. With speakers and an IR eye the NL/ML converter acts like it is an ML Active kit.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Thu, Oct 6 2016
  • Re: How can you tell (easily) that a BeoSound 4 has the DAB+ upgrade ? Want to check an auctioning BS4 remotely.

    A new version of the BeoSound 4 software was made in order to support DAB+. it is a later version than stated here: http://forum.beoworld.org/wikis/revisions/beosound-4-software-change-log.aspx
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Thu, Apr 14 2016
  • Re: Retrofitted DAB+ Module on BeoSound 4

    When upgrading the BS4 with DAB+, a software upgrade is required. You can check the software version: AP 2.92I to see if the BS4 Support DAB+
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Sat, Feb 13 2016
  • Re: beosound 4 software

    Er is een nieuwere software versie, die grotere SD kaarten ondersteund: http://forum.beoworld.org/wikis/revisions/beosound-4-software-change-log.aspx Een dealer kan de BS4 updaten naar de laatste stand.
    Posted to BeoWorld Dutch (Forum) by Livius on Fri, Jan 29 2016
  • Re: Dect phones unsafe for you? Affecting your health

    The sites are talking about the synchronization signal send by the base station every 10ms. In rest a DECT handset is not sending any signal, only the base station. A DECT handset next to a bed would therefor not be an issue. Furthermore there a mention of a maximum 250mW output with DECT, but this is not correct for residential systems. The maximum power output of a DECT handset is 10mW and of a DECT residential base station 60mW with 6 handsets active at the same time. The output power when the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Livius on Thu, Dec 31 2015
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