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  • Re: Introduction BeoVision Harmony

    [quote user="Lareny"] So, the big question is will you in the future when 8K and eventually 16K screens are more available (and affordable) be possible to upgrade the current LG 4K screen with an 8k or 16k screen only, i.e. retain the B&O speakers/stand/controller but replace the screen? Is the 4k driver components in the B&O part of the unit, or in the LG screen? I would assume in the screen, but with B&O you never know, they prefer to sell you a complete new unit rather than
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Thu, Oct 31 2019
  • Re: Introduction BeoVision Harmony

    Is the TV connected to the speaker with an HDMI cable? If so, what are the actually usable HDMI ports, 3 or 4?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Thu, Oct 31 2019
  • Re: Introduction BeoVision Harmony

    [quote user="Millemissen"] Thank....must be quite new. You may have noticed that there is a port for a Stand....which in this case is not in use. This might indicate that the same platform ‘could’ be used for another configuration of a speakers part and an LG-tv.....maybe sometime. MM [/quote] Yes, we need both a vertical and rotational movement at the same time! :)
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Thu, Oct 31 2019
  • Re: Considering a 2nd life 11-46. What to check?

    I think I figured it out. The system considers itself to be on when Quick-Start is enabled. In my case it is 07:30-10 on Weekdays and 16:00-22:30 on all days. (For the techies, 1 = QuickOnPeriodsData,64800,81000,0011111, 2 = QuickOnPeriodsData,52200,81000,1100000) The file for the TV I'm buying is 1 = QuickOnPeriodsData,21600,86280,1111111, meaning from 6:00 to almost midnight, hence the 18 hours per day which I had calculated. Still if you add up the invidious uptime by source + TV tuner, the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Mon, Apr 22 2019
  • Re: Considering a 2nd life 11-46. What to check?

    [quote user="BEOVOX141"] [quote user="Marcello"] The only thing puzzling me regards the service counters. counterTimeTotalOnMinutes = int,699539 counterTimeTotalStandbyMinutes = int,1321671 [/quote] If you add up the minutes, its about 3.8 years, plus perhaps your 4 months away, - seems about right dosent it ? [/quote] Yes the total is spot on. It's the allocation that is surprising.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Sun, Apr 21 2019
  • Re: Considering a 2nd life 11-46. What to check?

    [quote user="moxxey"] [quote user="Marcello"] 699539 minutes over 4 years amounts to an average of 7.9 hours of usage per day. Simply impossible.[/quote] Not if the TV has been on display at a dealer? If they open the store and switch on the TVs they'll be displaying a picture for 8 hours each day every day they are open. [/quote] Not possible in my case. I went to pick it from the dealer the day after the courier delivered it from Denmark (packaging was sealed and brand new
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Sat, Apr 20 2019
  • Re: Considering a 2nd life 11-46. What to check?

    Saw the TV today. Everything was perfect as expected. The only thing puzzling me regards the service counters. I downloaded them this morning before going to the dealer for comparison sake. My TV (BV11-55): counterTimeTotalOnMinutes = int,699539 counterTimeTotalStandbyMinutes = int,1321671 699539 minutes over 4 years amounts to an average of 7.9 hours of usage per day. Simply impossible. And we even spent 4 months away at some stage. On the other hand, if we imagine the number to be in seconds we
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Sat, Apr 20 2019
  • Re: Considering a 2nd life 11-46. What to check?

    [quote user="hostler"] Price is fair for a MINT example I'd say - stand & TV combined Check the fret fabric is unblemished - no snagged fibres - as replacements are getting scarcer and prices rising. MK4 will have WISA - check it works OK - if important to you Check the TV interface - DTT, D-SAT or D-CAB - make sure it's suitable for your broadcast source Check if it had the HDD option - and if so - check it can record OK Manually tilt the stand to full left & right extents
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Wed, Apr 17 2019
  • Re: Considering a 2nd life 11-46. What to check?

    [quote user="moxxey"] [quote user="Marcello"] Also, the asking price for it (Motorised stand) is CHF 3500 (EUR 3060 or GBP 2660). [/quote] Interesting, I'm about to sell my MK4 BV11-46 and was going to ask for less than GBP £2660. It doesn't have a motorised stand though. It's a very good TV. I have the black-framed edition, too, which looks fantastic. The advantage is you can hide an (old - not sure if it fits the new shape) Apple TV in the back, too. [/quote
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Wed, Apr 17 2019
  • Considering a 2nd life 11-46. What to check?

    My dealer has got a BV11-46 (Mk4) from a customer who upgraded to an Eclipse. I'm considering it because I already own an 11-55 and this would be perfect to replace the ageing BV10 I have in the bedroom. And I still believe the 11 is the best BV out there for my needs :) Thing is, it's the first time I would buy a 2nd hand TV so I have no idea what to check/test before committing, besides any obvious physical marks and dead pixels. Any tips on counters and stuff like that? Also, the asking
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Marcello on Wed, Apr 17 2019
    Filed under: BV11-46
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