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  • Redline 140 floor stands repaint?

    I am starting to restore a pair of redline 140s and the stands have quite a bit of rust and paint missing. Does anyone have any ideas how I could repaint to either a very similar finish to the original, or something that would look suitable for the black redlines? Any ideas appreciated.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Jimburg on 02-26-2012
  • Attyca 1 project

    My attyca 1 is in need of renovation. The bench has a scratched edge . Has anyone tried to restoring an attyca bench with a scratched edge ? Do you have any good ideas to restore the edge ? I'm thinking of putting an angled sheet of brushed aluminum or stainless steel.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Krona on 02-19-2012
  • Front Panel Fonts

    I am working on restoring a Beomaster 1700 amp, and would like to be able to be able to repair damage to the printing on the slider controls and front panel. What fonts did B&O use in their designs, and do members have any recommendations or tips for restoring damaged front panels? It seems to be...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by ormej01 on 01-11-2012
  • Beolab 2500 - Voltage Problem

    Hi Guys, I've just joined and am starting off with problems !!! - I have inherited a pair of Beolab 2500 speakers, but they are set for 120V and not for 240V supply - I've been doing a bit of reading on this forum and there are some posts which say that the transformer can deal with both inputs...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Crawford on 12-18-2011
  • Re: BEOMASTER 901 repair help

    I have been trying to locate someone who can help me with this ... local to me.. but really struggling. Is there anyone in Northamptonshire or surrounding counties handy with a soldering iron? :) I wanted to put some pictures of my B&O system up to but can't sem to load them .. is there a knack...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by James on 10-10-2011
  • Beocenter 9300/2300 sparepart

    Does any have the Qudratur-detector coil (Pos L8- order-no 8022327) from FM/AM-board (01, order-no 8001413) or a defect FM/AM-board ??
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Per Nørreslet on 06-19-2011
  • Repairing a Beolit 707

    On the other day, i spotted a nice Beolit 707 on the auction site. I won and waited for the nice classic item to come to my hands. The seller stated that the radio was fully working. After some days it was there. Cosmetically as described (in a very very good condition i must say). Unfortunately when...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by DrDimitris on 05-29-2011
  • beomaster 5500 locked?

    hello all, I have just recieved my replacement beomaster 5500 (having had a bad experience with the last 'bargain'), and most functions appear to be operating correctly. however..... the only thing i am getting on the left hand of the display is the word LOCKED this light is fixed (even in standby...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by roccodog on 05-25-2011
  • Re: Beomaster 5500 problem....

    Martin, Eugene, Peter, thanks very much for your replies and suggestions. Having checked the back again it was indeed the main left speaker (lower socket), and there was some resistance when plugging in, the speaker was silent on all sources including radio and I checked the balance which was fine with...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by roccodog on 04-29-2011
  • Beomaster 5500 problem....

    Hello all, this is my first posting as I have just put together a beosystem 5500 with four beovox s45 speakers and I am in love! The system looks and sounds like it was made yesterday and the MCP is quite a conversation piece. I do have one small problem though - the left hand socket for the secondary...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by roccodog on 04-29-2011
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