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  • Re: Ir cable - puc inputs - Atlona switch - BV7-40 MK3

    Hi Millemissen, When you unlock the Matrix feature on your BV 7, you then unlock the potential to control all of the connected boxes via the single PUC you are connected to. You simply set up the the list Button V.Aux 2 to control the source and then you would hit V.Aux 2 +01 or 02 or 03 to correspond to the input you are bringing up. The System 3 once the Matrix feature is unlocked will then hold that input for the matrix, switch the input of the matrix to the desired input and switch the PUC table
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Thu, Mar 14 2013
  • Re: Beolab 14 sub

    We just got ours in the shop today and we here are all pleasantly surprised with the performance and design. We have been biting our tongue the last few weeks with our initial thoughts. I have to admit it blew us all way. The packaging, ease of setup, and overall appeal. It seems to hit all the marks it needs to in regards to whom it is initially marketed to, and for what it is. I think once everyone actually sees and hears it, you will agree as well.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Wed, May 8 2013
  • Re: Beolab 14 sub

    In our case it is connected to a BV11 via 3NL cables (CAT7). Everything else is included in the box including wiring to each sat. Plug in the sub, connect the sats, jump in the menus and address everything and your done. Obviously, we don't need to hide wires in the shop thanks to our floor runners. You really should be able to stage the system for mounting (including testing out the performance) in 30-45 minutes or less. And that's for someone with out extensive knowledge on the subject
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Wed, May 8 2013
  • Re: Beolab 14 sub

    One would suspect a simple software update would lend you the name and appropriate frequency cutoffs in a BV10. In the past on the older chassis you could use a different speaker in the menu till B&O updates it correctly to your chassis. Possibly BL4 or 4k and a BL2? As far as actually connecting to the BV10, you would need to get the PL>NL cables at the dealer when you purchase.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Wed, May 8 2013
  • Re: Beolab 14 sub

    To my understanding each NL contains a stereo signal similar to powerlink, think running one PL to both speakers in daisy format and selecting L or R on the speaker to denote which signal it is to pickup. So 3 NL= to 6 potential speakers. L+R+LR+RR+SUB, center is in the screen. The 11 is doing the processing and simply sending it to the amplifier in the sub to be directed to the speakers them selves. Additionally, you are not just selecting BeoLab 14 in the setup. You configure the sub as BeoLab
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Wed, May 8 2013
  • Re: Beolab 14 sub

    The BL2 and BL11still have there rightful place in the portfolio. ^^ As for using the BL14 with another pair of L+R speakers, while I would say it could be done, I question why someone would go that route. Wouldn't it kinda defeat the purpose of the BL14 system all together? For the price point you could purchase rears and hold out a little longer for a BL2 or look on the used market.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Thu, May 9 2013
  • Re: New mlgw software

    Ahh, you know of the new one too :). While I am currently using this software it hasn't been pushed yet in our area so I am not at able to speak about everything just yet. But a general asnwer is yes the MLGW will now be able to handle all NL products on your network should you have them.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Which speakers to buy to enhance my BeoPlay V1?

    I too am in the same situation as drihoek. I currently have the BL6000's connected to a V1 and while it does sound good, in the shop the BL14 package really does sound awesome in comparison when connected in the same format. I plan on getting a BL14 package to replace the 6000's and use the BL6000's in the bedroom purely for this reason. Plus it's time for me to update the design in the living room.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Wed, Jun 5 2013
  • Re: Do you own a Porsche ?

    I currently have a 88 944 that I tirelessly went through. While it is a beauty (at least to me), I still want a 911 preferably an older one, but I just stopped putting money into the one I have and I have to admit not working on it all the time is really enjoying and my bank account thanks me too! Although now that attention is being wooed by B&O yet again..... the saga continues.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Wed, Jun 5 2013
  • Re: Playmaker and iPhone

    Grab a Cisco router like the E3000 and above and you should be fine. Those routers are also supported by B&O so if you continue to have problems then you are fully compliant with what B&O is pushing customers to have and can most likely get further assistance.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by BeoMegaMan on Thu, Jun 6 2013
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