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  • Beosound 9000 scraping, and the bend rod issue.

    Hi All. I have now had so many 9000's through my hands, that I would like to chime in regarding the "bend rod" issue. The issue is that the whole laser assembly, should be pulled down towards the bottom of the 9000, so that it is free from the cd's when sliding under them. Under that carriage, is a long lever, that is responsible for this, and the theory is that this alu lever will be bend slightly upwards from the pull of the 2 springs. In my first unit, I bought a new lever, and
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Weebyx on Mon, May 10 2021
  • Re: Beosound 9000 scraping, and the bend rod issue.

    Exactly:)
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Weebyx on Mon, May 10 2021
  • Re: Beosound 9000 scraping, and the bend rod issue.

    [quote user="Beobuddy"] [quote user="Les Bart"] Really bad design [/quote] How long does carparts lasts? These machines are at least 10-15 years old. The rockerarms do bend. At some point I started to collect the old ones. I just counted 50 pieces. As you can see it is bend. They are no longer available anymore. So, now it will be a tickering solution where you try to bend them back.and hope it will last as long as they did from the moment they were sold/manufactured. [/quote
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Weebyx on Mon, May 10 2021
  • Re: Please help me for BEO5 - Windows

    [quote user="gnlp1964"] Hello to all users I got a BEO5 at a very good price, but I'm having trouble setting it up. I downloaded various versions of the Configuration Tools software from the forum but the problem is that my pc does not recognize the BEO5 when I connect it. I am really going crazy because it seems strange to me that it is not possible to connect it with Win10. I would simply like to connect it to a Beosound5, Sony Bravia TV and SkyQ decoder Nobody has the good heart
    Posted to The Beo5/6 Remote Forum (Forum) by Weebyx on Mon, May 10 2021
  • Re: Beosound 9000 no power, red standby led not lit, like DEAD!

    [quote user="Teyelvis"] Any luck yet? How to remove the glass when there is no power supply to glass lift? [/quote] It is designed so you can open it without power. You just need to pull the glass quickly up, in the direction it would open by itself. At the motor hinge side, there is a snap release that will release the glass from motor mounts. The glass will still be attached, but it will be loose, and you can unscrew the screws that holds it in place. Be careful not to stop it while it
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Weebyx on Sat, May 8 2021
  • Re: Beograms with and without RIAA

    [quote user="Guy"] I looked into phono datalink pins recently, and found Peter's 29 March post in this thread: https://archivedforum.beoworld.org/forums/p/25371/193168.aspx#193168 So it does look like a deliberate change to cater for RIAA. [/quote] Thank you, it is still kind of funny, on the input PCB for the BM35/4500, it is only 6 or 7 that is used, the opposite of the used, is never connected to anything. Oh well, I bet there is a very good explanation for it :) I was just curious
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Weebyx on Wed, Apr 28 2021
  • Beograms with and without RIAA

    Hi. I have just bought cheap, a Beogram 3500, advertised as being without RIAA, seller said that the RIAA at some point had been removed. Oh well, I bought it, and it has never been a 3500, it is a 9500, with 3500 lid and markings. It has the white line around it, and when opened, it has never had a RIAA fitted. Not a problem, I have a BM3500 where I now have added the RIAA components to the "RIAA" board, they are "prepared" for this if one finds it funny to gather all the components
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Weebyx on Tue, Apr 27 2021
  • Re: Beosystem 2500 2606 has cd problem (cd to fast)

    [quote user="69er"] Hi guys, i am currently repairing an beosystem 2500. the cd seems defective. it doesn’t read cds, but not as often stated turning and then stopping.. it’s the opposite. The cd starts turning, but much to fast. no music of course. the cd system is a Cdm 4/38. hard to find and if, then really expensive. can I use another one , e.g cdm 4/19? i could transplant the head. or am I totally mistaken and the error sits somewhere else? best regards 69er [/quote] Check
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Weebyx on Fri, Mar 12 2021
  • Re: Beomaster 6500 'light' timer

    [quote user="rrm"] I have bought a BM 6500 which turns on my L2C at the same time every day and turns it off 1 hour later. It might have a 'light' timer set by a previous owner using a two-way remote control, and I would like to delete the timer. However, I do not own a BL 5000 or 7000. Is there any other way to clear the memory of the BM 6500 without soldering off the backup battery? I think Steve mentioned in a review of the Beotime remote that this device could also operate the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Weebyx on Thu, Mar 11 2021
  • Re: Beomaster 6500 'light' timer

    [quote user="Weebyx"] [quote user="rrm"] I have bought a BM 6500 which turns on my L2C at the same time every day and turns it off 1 hour later. It might have a 'light' timer set by a previous owner using a two-way remote control, and I would like to delete the timer. However, I do not own a BL 5000 or 7000. Is there any other way to clear the memory of the BM 6500 without soldering off the backup battery? I think Steve mentioned in a review of the Beotime remote that
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Weebyx on Thu, Mar 11 2021
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