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Latest post 05-24-2011 4:00 AM by Michael. 4 replies.
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  • 05-22-2011 8:17 AM

    • mpijl
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    Beotime LCD

    Just purchased a beotime. Works like a charm, also with the extra functionality of Alarm Light, although for the moment I can't get the sunrise to function (without MLGW (currently only with LC2)).

    I noticed that the intensity of the three LCD's differs per LCD. Went back to the dealer and saw two others; although the absolute intensity was different these two neither had equal intensities of their LCD's.

    Is this part of the Beotime or was this a bad shipment? Please express your experience.

    Tx and regards



  • 05-22-2011 11:50 AM In reply to

    • pf85
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    • Joined on 04-21-2007
    • Posts 145
    • Founder

    Re: Beotime LCD

    IMHO and based on my beotime, the LCDs should have the same brightness / contrast / intensity.

  • 05-22-2011 12:07 PM In reply to

    Re: Beotime LCD

    My Beotime has the same brightness.

    Beovision 7-55 with Beolab 7-4, 9s and 4000s

    Beovision 10-40 with Beolab 1s and 6000s

    Beosound 1, 5, 2000, and 3000

    Beotime, Beotalk, Beocoms

  • 05-22-2011 2:46 PM In reply to

    Re: Beotime LCD

    Mine has the same 'problem'.

    The screen from the left (when the control pad is to the right) has a slightly different backlighting. 

    Maybe a bit more yellowish; but not that disturbing.

  • 05-24-2011 4:00 AM In reply to

    • Michael
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    • Glen Waverley, Victoria, Australia
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    Re: Beotime LCD

    At night time, in your room, do you find the LCD brightness is too bright for your room?

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