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  • Beolab Penta midrange wiring

    Bonjour, This might be a simple question to some of you but, on a pair of Penta 3, I just had the midrange refoamed and now I have a doubt on the wiring. On the 4 midrange speakers, the 2 middle ones are cross-wired, but I did not mark the wires properly and now on one - is connected to -, and the other...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Alain-Olivier on 05-28-2011
  • Re: Penta "Project Twins"

    Hi Eric. A few pictures of my Pentas pre the new skins from B&O. Wrinkle on back of LH Penta. Wrinkle on back of RH Penta. Needs a new top cap as well (from B&O). Re-rubbered Mids. Missing the skin I peeled off and measured. I started with gluing the ID to the cone. It helps if you stretch (slightly...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by IkeA on 04-22-2011
  • Optical input to powerlink converter, need some advice on power link [solved..?]

    Hi guys, I've finally had time to do some more work with my B&O equipment. :) If you want to skip straight to my problem, look for the underlined text. Because I've got a pair of Pentas standing in my basement not connected to anything, I got the idea that I wanted to connect them to my squeezebox...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by magnushj on 02-05-2011
  • Beolab Penta 3 dead

    Hi all, I have posted questions related to this issue in the General Forum, but I guess this is the more appropriate forum for things B&O which have died... I have now spend hours working on this Penta III amp unit and have had no luck. I began with the powerlink cables, and the BC9500 and can confidently...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by stevequinn on 04-14-2008
  • Re: BeoLab Penta: Front Panel of the amplifier

    Is that the grey panel or speaker fret you're referring to? I presume it's the plastic panel... if so, you could simply use a little blue-tack! It's hardly a pristine repair but it should hold it... Good luck, Alex.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 10-03-2007
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