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  • 07-07-2010 5:14 AM

    • BeoGreg
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    Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Hello Peter and Svend fans,

     

    My Beovision 10-40 just had the latest software update (build 126) wich do a great job for the "clouding issue" and as a nice feature like naming your source on screen (PS3 instead of DVD, SKY instead of TV...).

    In the service menu, I now can choose a BV10-32 in the hardware material.

    That can be interesting for some of you.

    Cheers,

     

    Gregory

     

     

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  • 07-07-2010 7:03 AM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Hello Gregory,

    I have been told with build 126 the ugly grey clock when starting the HD-module was replaced by a B&O-logo and now the electronic curtain works fine with the HD-module.

    Can you confirm this?

    Regards

    Räuber

  • 07-07-2010 7:57 AM In reply to

    • hebo
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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    I wana´ know tooSmile

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  • 07-07-2010 9:09 AM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Guys,

    I can confirm that my B & O tech said the clock as been replaced by a small B & O logo on the right.

    I can't confirm it from my experience because we are still working on how to get my DVB-HD module back to life.

    Since a PUC update I lost my DVB-HD, it's n/a in the service menu for no reason.

    The last information from B & O (total reset - stick USB in for 4 minutes - unplug without standby - restart) didn't work.

    Like you, I whant to know !

    Cheers,

     

    Gregory

     

     

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  • 07-07-2010 10:47 AM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Raeuber:

    Can you confirm this?

     

    Confirmed!!, BS3 controlled tv´s will also have this feature in the next build!

    They have however removed the dvb-hd build from the webside due to some failures of different kind.

    After updating, choosing radio by pressing red button, and then standby would result in the tv needing to be reset!!! 

     

     

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  • 07-07-2010 11:13 AM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    BeoGreg:

    I now can choose a BV10-32 in the hardware material.

    That can be interesting for some of you.

    It is! Can anyone add anything to this?

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  • 07-07-2010 12:50 PM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Ehlerz:

    Raeuber:

    Can you confirm this?

     

    Confirmed!!, BS3 controlled tv´s will also have this feature in the next build!

    They have however removed the dvb-hd build from the webside due to some failures of different kind.

    After updating, choosing radio by pressing red button, and then standby would result in the tv needing to be reset!!! 

     

     

     

    Hi Ehlerz,

    I know the bug with the radio of the HD-module. But download of the update 0.1.4.7 is still possible, I proofed it.

    It was mentioned the 0.1.4.7 should solve a problem with recordings from the module to HDR1/2. But timer records don´t work with my BV10-40 and HDR2 if the analogue tuner is deactivated, only if it is activated it works fine (then it uses DTV as source of timer instead of wrong V.AUX). I think this is also a bug of the HD-module-software 0.1.4.7 and not of the firmware of BV10.

    B&O brings out any size of BV10. Why not solve the problems with the software of the HD-module and the firmware of BV10?? The dealers will not have much fun if they have to update all sold BV10 monthly!

    Regards

    Räuber

  • 07-07-2010 1:04 PM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    BeoGreg:
    the latest software update (build 126) wich do a great job for the "clouding issue"

    Sounds great! Curious to know how it has improved the clouding - has it been eliminated? Reduced?

    Have others with the newer software noticed an improvement?

    How might software fix such a problem?

    Stuart

  • 07-07-2010 1:41 PM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Hi Stuart,

    I have actually build 109e (26/04/2010) and the clouding was reduced, but not totally eliminated.

    I don´t know how software can fix such a problem, but it works!

    /Räuber

  • 07-07-2010 2:51 PM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    The BV10-32 will take the place of the BeoVision/Center 6 series for link rooms. To be able to offer a competitive price advantage on the 10-40, B&O could offer a less classy cabinet...Cool

    Roger

  • 07-07-2010 2:54 PM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Roger:
    The BV10-32 will take the place of the BeoVision/Center 6 series for link rooms.

    Sounds confirmed... WOOHOO! Great move! I was just pricing panels for the kid's rooms... now I will wait! Big Smile

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  • 07-07-2010 4:02 PM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    BeoGreg:

    the latest software update (build 126) wich do a great job for the "clouding issue"

    Build 126 for BV8-40 BV10-40/46 (C2 chassis)
    has been withdrawn (removed from the service tool)
    andhas been replaced by Build 127

    Build 127 fixes the DVB-HD blocking problem
    (if Radio and then standby was selected)

    Some new STB's on the PUC list, naming of sources à la BV7 and
    yes, hidden in the "Forbidden City" , ...

  • 07-07-2010 6:49 PM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    >>The BV10-32 will take the place of the BeoVision/Center 6 series for link rooms.<<

     

    That is a bit of a pity. The design of the BV6 is very different then from the BV10. Try placing the BV10 on a shelf.

    I don't fully understand why it is so tricky to run the TVs on the same platform and retain their frames.

     

    I always loved the Bv6 and am still sad it never made it to the US.

     

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  • 07-08-2010 4:28 AM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    The picture is darker from standard set up, so the black looks more black and more uniform.

    It's not annoying anymore, and I know what I'm talking about, my first BV10 as been changed for severe "clouding issue".

    But instead of having a too bright picture now there's a slightly dark picture. But you can play with contrast in the menu and it's perfect.

    Cheers,

     

    Gregory

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  • 07-08-2010 5:12 AM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Vienna:

     

    BeoGreg:

    the latest software update (build 126) wich do a great job for the "clouding issue"

    Build 126 for BV8-40 BV10-40/46 (C2 chassis)
    has been withdrawn (removed from the service tool)
    andhas been replaced by Build 127

    Build 127 fixes the DVB-HD blocking problem
    (if Radio and then standby was selected)

     

    Some new STB's on the PUC list, naming of sources à la BV7 and
    yes, hidden in the "Forbidden City" , ...

     

    Can I update my BV10 myself, or does this has to be done by service tool?

    When was Build 127 released? 

    I do not have DVB-HD installed, but I want the possibility to name sources.

    /C

     

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  • 07-08-2010 8:13 AM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

     

    Hiort:

    Can I update my BV10 myself, or does this has to be done by service tool?

    When was Build 127 released? 

    I do not have DVB-HD installed, but I want the possibility to name sources.

    - You'll need the service tool (and your dealer/service)

    - Beginning of the month

  • 07-08-2010 8:15 PM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    My hope is that if B&O are making a BV10-32 then they have a right size panel (32") to update the BV-7-32 with a modern panel (and hopefully an updated Beosystem 3 "lite").

    One can dream !!

  • 07-09-2010 4:13 AM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Quite a large gap from 32 to 40. 37 somewhere in the LCD range would be a useful addition.

  • 07-12-2010 7:50 AM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    No one has any more news on a BV10-32 then ?

     

  • 07-15-2010 6:07 AM In reply to

    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    BeoGreg:

    Guys,

    I can confirm that my B & O tech said the clock as been replaced by a small B & O logo on the right.

    I can't confirm it from my experience because we are still working on how to get my DVB-HD module back to life.

    Since a PUC update I lost my DVB-HD, it's n/a in the service menu for no reason.

    The last information from B & O (total reset - stick USB in for 4 minutes - unplug without standby - restart) didn't work.

    Like you, I whant to know !

    Cheers,

     

    Gregory

     

     

     

    Hello,

    now I have the same problem: Two days after updating my BV10-40 with software build 127 my HD module is dead (n/a in service menue). A reset to factory settings does not help, also a special instruction-sheet from B&O support (total reset - stick USB in for 4 minutes - unplug without standby - restart) can´t wake up the HD module. My dealer will now replace the HD module, but I fear build 127 had killed the module!

    I am very disappointed!

    /Räuber

  • 07-20-2010 4:36 AM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Any news on price or possible releasedate?
  • 07-20-2010 5:23 AM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    The price could be close the 8-40... Seems like they will show it to the dealers in September, but a release date is stated yet (but Oct/Nov seem reasonable based on previous experience). Same goes for the new "BeoSound 1" with iPod/iPhone dock.

    Roger

  • 07-20-2010 5:59 AM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Thank you for your update Roger, Seems to me that I have to inform Santa to bring me a bv10-32 this year.
  • 07-20-2010 7:43 AM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    Roger:

    The price could be close the 8-40... Seems like they will show it to the dealers in September, but a release date is stated yet (but Oct/Nov seem reasonable based on previous experience).

    Thanks Roger.

    One question - you hinted that the BV10-32 might have a different frame (or different quality build), due to the price. Are you aware of the differences?

     

  • 07-20-2010 12:19 PM In reply to

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    Re: Beovision 10-32 on its way !?

    jk1002:

    >>The BV10-32 will take the place of the BeoVision/Center 6 series for link rooms.<<

     

    That is a bit of a pity. The design of the BV6 is very different then from the BV10. Try placing the BV10 on a shelf.

    I don't fully understand why it is so tricky to run the TVs on the same platform and retain their frames.

     

    I always loved the Bv6 and am still sad it never made it to the US.

     

    I agree, I loved the differences in styles of the different B&O Television ranges, now the only standout is the BV8, all other TVs are flat quadrilaterals; beautiful flat quadrilaterals nonetheless!
    Love B&O, but no longer addicted.
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