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  • 06-05-2011 1:58 AM

    • Chris
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    Powering the Beovision 7-40 Mk3 stand

    I'm probably being a bit blonde here, but apart from connecting the motorised stand to my TV by the same type of socket that i am connecting the Beolab 6000's, is there anything else i need to connect? The socket that comes out of the stand connects to the TV in the "stand" socket, but whats actually supplying the stand with power? That cable or have i missed a stand power connection somewhere?

    A Beovision 10-40 in black and red fret on order, Beo4, Beo6, many A8's, a pair of white and yellow Form 2's, Beocom 4, 28 inch Avant RF DVD, Apple TV and a wife that loves this stuff as much as i do! 

  • 06-05-2011 2:48 AM In reply to

    Re: Powering the Beovision 7-40 Mk3 stand

    The TV powers the stand, but you have to connect it before you plug the tv on at the mains or the tv will not see the stand

    jason

  • 06-05-2011 3:04 AM In reply to

    • Chris
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    Re: Powering the Beovision 7-40 Mk3 stand

    I regret to inform everybody that my wife worked it out.

    By that typical female trick of reading the instructionsEmbarrassed

    A Beovision 10-40 in black and red fret on order, Beo4, Beo6, many A8's, a pair of white and yellow Form 2's, Beocom 4, 28 inch Avant RF DVD, Apple TV and a wife that loves this stuff as much as i do! 

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