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  • 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
  • P45 grills.......

    Mine seemed to be glued on...but some pictures I've seen shows "plugs" of sorts. Does the model vary in the grill attactment?
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Shawn on 03-20-2011
  • connecting speakers to a beomaster 1900

    I just picked up a beomaster 1900 and beogram 3400 from a friend. i've got the two connected but am at a loss as to how to connect speakers to the beomaster 1900. any ideas? i've never seen speaker ports like this before.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by lpsechre on 03-09-2011
  • Stream Mac music through Beocenter 7000?

    Hey, I did a search and found some information on doing this, but not enough to help really... My ideal situation would allow me to connect my Macbook Pro to my Beocenter 7000 and use my Beovox S30's as my main computer speakers. I have an Edirol FA-66 firewire audio interface hooked up as well,...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by mattybass on 06-24-2010
  • beomaster 2000 3-4 questions

    Hi, I'm new here and look forward to all your advice and wisdom. I have a Beomaster 2000 that I love and has been great for many many years of which I believe I am only the second owner, I inherited it from my sister because the speaker foam surrounds were rotten on the CX-100's. I bought the...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by greg on 03-23-2010
  • DIN speaker plug for thick cable

    Hi, Have you ewer tried to connect a thick speaker cable to a DIN plug? It is not an easy task. Monaco have some speaker plugs, that accommodate Ø 3 mm / 4 mm 2 cables. As the plug use screws, you don’t need to solder the cable. Product name is CP-20. Have a look: http://www.monacor.de/typo3...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Nis on 01-27-2009
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