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  • 02-10-2012 8:03 AM

    Beomaster plays random even though random is turned of

    As topic says, it always plays random. Bm 5 connected to Bv7. No beosound

    Any idea?

  • 02-11-2012 3:14 PM In reply to

    Re: Beomaster plays random even though random is turned of

    Yes. If you start a cd on number/track level it will play the track and then the mots list of the track.

    If you select the cd and not a track then it will play the whole cd from begin to end. You can skip a number if you want.
  • 02-12-2012 1:25 AM In reply to

    Re: Beomaster plays random even though random is turned of

    1983beo:
    Yes. If you start a cd on number/track level it will play the track and then the mots list of the track. 

    If you select the cd and not a track then it will play the whole cd from begin to end. You can skip a number if you want.

     

    Cant dot this...Remember there is no BeoSound 5 is attached which is where MOTs software is embedded.

    Bring-up your overlay menu and press 3 on your Beo4/5/6.  - Page 8 and 20 in the Beomaster 5 Manual.

     

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  • 02-19-2012 5:25 AM In reply to

    Re: Beomaster plays random even though random is turned of

    I always thought the BS5 is just a "monitor" and "keyboard"

    does it really contain any software?

    regards Elmar

  • 02-21-2012 11:43 AM In reply to

    Re: Beomaster plays random even though random is turned of

    Yes it contains the MOTs software/firmware. This either reads the music DNA and stores the data as descrete files in the BM5 or forms part of a two-software code (one in the BS5 ,one in the BM5) which allows the BM5 to do the same.

    Every track has a file and I guess a code/reference which the BM5 "player" element can rank and order for a MOTs playlist.

    If this was not the case, BM5 alone would play MOTs and everyone and his dog would have cloned the saftware onto their music players. This arrangement protects B&O's copy-right.

    Effectively the BS5 is a "Dongle" as well as a monitor and keyboard/mouse)

  • 02-23-2012 11:52 AM In reply to

    Re: Beomaster plays random even though random is turned of

    Mr10Percent:

    Yes it contains the MOTs software/firmware. This either reads the music DNA and stores the data as descrete files in the BM5 or forms part of a two-software code (one in the BS5 ,one in the BM5) which allows the BM5 to do the same.

    Every track has a file and I guess a code/reference which the BM5 "player" element can rank and order for a MOTs playlist.

    If this was not the case, BM5 alone would play MOTs and everyone and his dog would have cloned the saftware onto their music players. This arrangement protects B&O's copy-right.

    Effectively the BS5 is a "Dongle" as well as a monitor and keyboard/mouse)

    thanks for your answer! Thats a very interesting point!

    Regards Elmar

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