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  • MCL2a programming question

    Hi all, apologies if this has been covered before. I've got master control link set up in my flat, as follows: Beomaster 7000 in the main living space, communicating via IR with a lintronic code converter (for x10 light control) MCL2a type 2047 in the guest room MCL2a type 2045 in the study MCL2av type 2031 (Software 3.2) in the master bedroom I send light commands to the beomaster from the link rooms, and at present I have to press link light to get the beomaster to transmit the command to my
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Thu, Apr 4 2013
    Filed under: beomaster 7000
  • Re: MCL2a programming question

    Thanks Stefan - looks like I'll have to stick with link light commands! My lintronic box is in the living room next to the beomaster - when I send a link light command from any link room the beomaster relays the data to the lintronic box by IR. The lintronic box then sends x10 light commands over the power cables in the flat. it is possible to put the lintronic box directly on the datalink bus and that is a good suggestion, but doing so disables the internal IR receiver, causing problems for
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Sun, Apr 7 2013
  • Obsolete IR codes - setting the clock an a beomaster 7000

    Dear all, I was wondering if anyone had successfully captured the obsolete IR commands from the MCL 5500/6500 or the Beolink 7000 that relate to status, clock and timer settings? As you know these are not included in the Beo4 repertoire. The reason I ask is that I have a lintronic code converter and want to use my PC to set the clock and timer (fairly straightforward over the serial bus if you know the IR codes for the commands you want to send). Incidentally, if there are any lintronic users out
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Sun, Apr 7 2013
  • Re: Obsolete IR codes - setting the clock an a beomaster 7000

    Ah, I was hoping that wouldn't be the case! Looks like I'm going to have to delve deeper into two way comms than I wanted to! Many thanks for posing back - the initial two way exchanges you've posted are really helpful. with best wishes Luke
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Sun, Apr 7 2013
  • Re: MCL expander

    Dear Nick, Thanks for your reply. I'm currently running the MCL system from my Beomaster 7000. I have Beolab 6000 speakers in my main room, and use the Beomaster's amplifier to power 4 link rooms (2 MCL2a and 2MCL2av). In my new house I'd like to add another 2 to 3 rooms to that setup. I'm interested in the idea of using local power supplies; presumably I'd just connect a 7v DC supply to the MCL box instead of drawing power from the Beomaster? Do you have any wiring diagrams or
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Fri, Sep 26 2014
  • MCL expander

    dear all, i was wondering if anyone might have an old MCL expander that they are no longer using? I've been after one for quite a while. I actually saw one for sale once and passed it up, not realising they don't surface very often. I'm moving house and need to add a couple more rooms to the setup... many thanks luke
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Mon, Sep 22 2014
  • Re: Beolink 7000 issues

    Apologies for the multiple replies earlier - I can't work out how to delete them! anyway, you were of course absolutely right - I used NiMH batteries which are shot so I'd better whip them out before they splurge acid all over my beloved remote! Many thanks to Die Bogener for the tip on better replacement cells thanks again for all your help Luke
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Thu, Sep 4 2014
  • Beolink 7000 issues

    Dear all, i have a beolink 7000 that I bought second hand. When I got it the two way comms had failed, due to the common problem with the capacitors in the IR section. I used the excellent posts on that repair to overhaul the remote (all new caps everywhere, new battery etc) and it's been plain sailing since then... that is until a couple of nights ago when the remote started behaving strangely. It is as if someone is touching the mirror panel every minute or so, the remote 'wakes up'
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Thu, Sep 4 2014
  • Beocenter 6-26 PUC problem

    Dear all, I have a Beocenter 6-26 with an Apple TV mk3 connected via a hdmi to DVI converter. Stereo sound is connected to the av3 audio inputs via a TOSLINK to phono converter. Sound and picture are very impressive as expected! I'd like to control the Apple TV using the PUC. In the connections menu I've assigned V.Aux(STB) to the DVI input. My issue is that when I connect an IR blaster cable to the PUC output socket on the the beocenter I'm getting a steady red flash from the inbuilt
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Luke Spadavecchia on Wed, May 6 2015
    Filed under: PUC
  • Beovision 6-26 motorised table stand tilt adjustment not holding

    Dear all, I recently purchased a motorised table stand for my beocenter6-26. The stand is working fine, except that the manual tilt adjustment does not hold the screen at the angle set - the weight of the set pulls the tilt mechanism downwards. The stand is the correct one for the set. I was wondering if there is some kind of tension adjustment for the clutch in the tilt mechanism as this is rather annoying! I couldn't find any info online so grateful for your advice. many thanks Luke
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