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  • 12-11-2007 12:29 PM

    • Fil
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    BS 9000

    Hi .

    Thinking of getting a BS 9000 (preferred)! or possibly a BS 3200 for the bedroom

    Can anyone tell me if  either have a wake up facility.........either for the radio or cd?

    Thanks in anticipation

    Fil

  • 12-11-2007 12:37 PM In reply to

    • Christian
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    Re: BS 9000

    Both have timer, and you can select either CD or Radio on both.

    Living room: BV7-40 mkIV + V8000, BL5, BL3, BM1 and BS9000. Bedroom: MX3000 and BL4500 on MCL2-AV. Around: PentaIII, CX100 and MCX35 on ML/MCL + MCL2-A, BeoPort and BL4 on ML, BS3300 + M75 as stand alone, BC6000 + BC600 and BT1100, LC1, LC2, Beo4, Beo5 and BL1000, BS2 and A8, EarSet2, Apron, Coffee mugs, Enamel Bagdes, Bath towel, Keyring, Books, Lots of miniature and the Bottle opener. Office: BC2300 + BL2500 and BS3. Summer house: BS Century.

    Addicted? Oh no.... ;)

  • 12-11-2007 12:59 PM In reply to

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    Re: BS 9000

    ... and you can have a week program with ie wake up from monday to friday and nothing during the week end.

     

  • 12-11-2007 2:32 PM In reply to

    Re: BS 9000

    I have a BS9000 in my bedroom. My wife love it (especially at night!). ( it replaced the BS4)

    I have also a BC2 in my living room.

    Go for BS9000 IMHO. It's a piece of art. Each time I'm going to sleep, the BS9000 is waiting for me....That's cool! Makes me sleep well!

     

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    constantine

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  • 12-11-2007 6:27 PM In reply to

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    Re: BS 9000

    I am planning to buy an audio system too and can't decide between BC2-Audio and BS9000. What are the advantages of the one (not talking about design) to the other in you opinion?

    Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. - Berthold Auerbach

  • 12-12-2007 1:26 AM In reply to

    Re: BS 9000

    Why would you limit the pleasure of looking at the BS9000 to the bedroom. I have mine in the livingroom and via masterlink it is connected to a BV6 with Beolab 8000 in the bedroom. Still have the option to have me waken up by it. The timer function also works in link-rooms.

    Advantage BC2

    - DVD player

    - smaller

    Advantage BS9000

    - multi CD

    - no hide away box 

    For the rest it is up to you what you like best 

  • 12-12-2007 3:45 AM In reply to

    • Fil
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    Re: BS 9000

    Because......................

    I have a BS 7000 in the lounge with Penta 3's stood either side of my Avant with 4000's as rear and a V8000 hidden away.

    Don't really want the BS7000 upstairs as most of the music listening is down stairs................i can really crank it up as i live in a converted old village hall.The BS9000 i agree would look great down stairs.

    However if i have it upstairs with a pair of 4000's i can link it to a Bl 2000 in the bathroom and it can wake me in the morning too!

    Regards

    Fil

  • 12-12-2007 3:58 AM In reply to

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    Re: BS 9000

    PS 

    to master link it is not practical................the lounge and bedroom are very far apart and at different ends of the building Sad 

  • 12-12-2007 4:48 AM In reply to

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    Re: BS 9000

    Fil:

    to master link it is not practical................the lounge and bedroom are very far apart and at different ends of the building Sad 

    Go wireless!

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  • 12-12-2007 8:40 AM In reply to

    Re: BS 9000

    Tom,

     

    In my case, I cannot tell you which one is better. Each one has something ‘special’ and for this reason I am very subjective.

    I cannot have one without the other one.

    Regards,

    const

    all sold!

  • 12-12-2007 9:13 AM In reply to

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    Re: BS 9000

    They are quite different, I know. Will be a hard choice. I will need some more time, but I hope I won't regret it afterwards. Great avatar!

    Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. - Berthold Auerbach

  • 12-12-2007 9:30 AM In reply to

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    Re: BS 9000

    Heard some bad reports on wireless.................

    Also there is some doubt if it's compatible with the BS7000 due to age!?!?

  • 12-12-2007 10:37 AM In reply to

    Re: BS 9000

    .....

    I was about to buy the wireless and I had a test with my dealer in the store:

    ----------- BL3 + wireless   via BS3200 = the sound was awful.....

    ----------- BL3 + BS3200 = sound OK...

     If you want HI-FI, then forget wireless.

     

    regards,

    const

    all sold!

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