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  • 11-12-2011 8:36 PM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    Beosound 2: simple, marvellous sound, long playing time before recharging the battery.

    You may enhance the system storage capacity up to a Terabyte (with a little help of 499 SD-cards in addition of the 2 GB SD-card inside)

    There are not many mp3 players out of 2001 still working fine.

    It's a pitiy that I can't use it on bicycle, because the sound quality shows no difference between virtual reality and real life with a deadly result, if you realise that the sirene in a radio drama belonged to an ambulance car crashing with you a few seconds later ... Sad

    iPoditiv

  • 11-14-2011 3:16 AM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    Most of his stuff are my favorites! Yes -  thumbs up

    -Andreas

     

    BLab5, BLab5000, BLab8000, BV10, BS9000, BS3, Beo5, Beo4, BLink1000, BLink5000, BLink7000, A2, A8, Form2

     

     

     

  • 11-14-2011 4:09 AM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    I keep switching back and forth between these two ways of setting them up - loving how Lewis' BV8 matches the Beosystem range from decades earlier.

     

  • 11-14-2011 11:55 AM In reply to

    • henrik
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    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    The MX2000. A true classic.
  • 11-14-2011 12:12 PM In reply to

    • BeoGreg
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    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    Some find it bulky, I find it just perfect, it's the Beovision Avant.

    It was immediate love back in 1995, but the price...

    So whent for a combo mx/vx until 2000 (avant 32).

    I really regret it today, the BV 10 can't beat it.

    Gregory

    Since 1995 : Beosound Century, Beolink 1000, Beocom 2400, Beovision MX 6000, Beocord VX 7000, Beo 4, LC2, Beosound Ouverture, Beolab 2500, Beocom 6000, Beolab 8000, Beosound 9000, Beovision Avant 32, Keyring, Bottle opener, Beosound 2, A8, Beosound 3, Beovision 10-40, Beo 4 Navigation, BeoTime, Beocom 5, Form 2...  

  • 11-14-2011 1:35 PM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    beosound 9000...a real icoonSmile

  • 11-14-2011 6:00 PM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    david coyne:

    I kept scrolling through the responses expecting to find a beocenter 2 and no mention!!!!

     

    I thnk my favourite is the Beocenter 2, I love it- a timeless piece and one which people always comment on when walking into our living room.

     

    David

    I like the Beocenter 2 too. Much more 'real' B&O than the Beosound 4. I never liked the design of that - and it's very light and have this 'plastic'-feeling. Those plastic-buttons...Ick!
    The 'magic' does not come from just a moving glass-door -it's an overall feeling which the BS 4 is missing, in my opinion.

  • 11-14-2011 10:57 PM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    koning:

    beosound 9000...a real icoonSmile

     

    lol don't you mean 'icoooooon'?? Laughing

     

    |ooooo|

    My B&O: 2009 Catalogue and Pricelist

  • 11-14-2011 10:59 PM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    Double Post

     

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    My B&O: 2009 Catalogue and Pricelist

  • 11-15-2011 5:42 AM In reply to

    Re: Favorite David Lewis design

    I love my BV8 [√] but I am not sure I would include it.

    My criteria for "best" would be those designs which break away from the common perception of what the device "should" be, so:

    Beolab 6000 [√]

    Beosound 9000

    BV5

    Overture (and all its descendents)

    I had not realised he did the BS2 [√] and I think I would add it to the above list even though it became a dead end.

    And although the Beo4 [√] is great I am not sure I would classify it as ground -breaking.

    First B&O (1976) was a Beogram 1500 ... latest (2011) change has been to couple the BL11 with the BL6Ks *sounds superb*

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