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  • Re: Beo4 "ZONE"

    It’s possible if you have the right software- see here https://archivedforum.beoworld.org/forums/t/9434.aspx
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Fri, Jan 21 2022
  • Re: Linking I/O of Beocenter 9500 and beosound 9000

    Quite right - one would have to be Audio master and the other audio slave. On the slave you’d access all sources as normal on the remote, but can also access sources from the master by pressing LINK then the relevant source. The master cannot access the sources of the slave device so you’d need to pick which way you want carefully. The 1611 converter with the most recent software can act as master or slave so you’d have some flexibility.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Thu, Jan 20 2022
  • Re: Linking I/O of Beocenter 9500 and beosound 9000

    Given that you have masterlink cables in place, wouldn’t a 1611 converter be a better solution?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Wed, Jan 19 2022
  • Re: Beolink multiroom now on the Mozart products

    Not 100% clear, but I think you’ll need a blc nl/ml for that. Interesting that the release makes such a big deal about integration of classic products given that the blc is discontinued. Does this perhaps hint at a mk2 blc?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Fri, Jan 14 2022
  • Re: Beolink multiroom now on the Mozart products

    That’s because BeoJeff owns them all! 🤣 https://forum.beoworld.org/forums/t/50381.aspx
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Fri, Jan 14 2022
  • Re: Bang & Olufsen Service Tool

    Hi Lee - quick question- do you need a B&O login to access the software within the service tool? I think a lot of us are in a similar situation and would be keen to undertake our own updates, but my understanding was that it is impossible without a valid B&O login ID? Really interesting if that is not the case!
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Sun, Jan 9 2022
  • Re: New B&O review video from Andrew Robinson

    Interesting video - I like it that he asks his partner for her perspective (we can all get a bit carried away and it’s good to get an objective end user assessment!) I wonder if his conclusion on the core would be different if he paired the 4000s with a B&O sub?Obviously that is another level of investment and one I’ve personally not been able to bring myself to - at least for now. I share his surprise and disappointment that B&O don’t deign users worthy of tone, bass, loudness
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Fri, Dec 31 2021
  • Re: New B&O review video from Andrew Robinson

    Hi MM - yes I agree to an extent- I too prefer to have a very flat EQ but I tend to listen at relatively low volume where a bass control or loudness setting is helpful to compensate for the human ear’s deficiency at interpreting low frequencies at low volume. Also a balance control is helpful if you have to compromise on speaker placement my comments were not directed towards the halo - I have no use for one. Rather I was been (mildly) critical of the complete absence of sound adjustments on
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by L Spad on Fri, Dec 31 2021
  • Re: Ultrasonic Record Cleaning - Quad LPs

    I’m always a bit sceptical- if you’ve the cash to spare for a cleaner then go for it, but isn’t the snap-crackle-and-pop all part of the vinyl experience? If you want faultless high res noise free audio wouldn’t a decent SACD be the best option? Personal I didn’t see the point but if it will add to your enjoyment of the system and you can afford it go nuts! Just make sure you report back so we can all be jealous! wishing you all the best for Christmas/religious holiday
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by L Spad on Wed, Dec 29 2021
  • Re: BeoCord 5000 (4921) belts

    You can use any passive speakers within reason - the connectors on the Beomaster are DIN connectors, which are a standard audio connector that is widely available, but no longer very common for some reason. Any 2 pin din plug will work, but you’ll notice the sockets on the Beomaster have 3 pins. That is to allow for a special 3 pin speaker link connector for certain B&O speakers with data displays. The Beomaster 5000 is a good amp and tuner - you hit a great deal there!
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by L Spad on Wed, Dec 22 2021
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