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  • Re: break point.....break the bank!

    Wow, is this really what people are willing to pay for this book? I have an English copy kicking around somewhere . . . In order to command such prices, the book must be very rare, no? And if you can suffer through reading it (very awkward writing/translation style) . . . it gives so many details about past mistakes that B&O, from a management perspective
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by kirkus on 08-17-2011
  • Re: Cartridge choices - an independent test

    Some of these videos are quite interesting; I actually have the ones with Stanley Lipshitz, Richard Small, and A.N. Thiele. AES still wants $15 a piece (and no further discount with the E-Library membership) which IMO is a bit steep. But I'm very much of the opinion that the 1970s were a time where the mechanical and materials improvements in phono
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by kirkus on 07-15-2011
  • Re: Cartridge choices - an independent test

    Hi Peter, Thanks for the informative research and post, very interesting. Just wondering, have you ever tried changing the electrical loading for the cartridge a bit? Most B&O phono inputs load the cartridge with 160pF and 47K Ohms, and I personally think this is for reasons of tradition . . . it gives a bit more pronounced high-frequency and ultrasonic
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by kirkus on 07-09-2011
  • Re: Distracting buzzing detracting from overall quality of BeoLab setup

    It sounds like you're using the same cable that you used to use for hooking your iPod to the BeoSound 1 as the cable to hook your computer to the PowerLink input on the BeoLab 11, and if so, this is where the problem resides. The iPod input cables that are sold by most B&O stores tie signal ground (sleeve on the headphone plug) only to pin 2
    Posted to BeoWorld North America (Forum) by kirkus on 07-09-2011
  • Re: Beocord 9000 azimuth aligning tape:

    If the azimuth seems to be WAAY out on one of these "wedge-shaped" cassette machines, it's usually caused by a crack(s) in the plastic molding(s) on the mechanism that holds the springs(s) that keep the head-block in place as it moves back and forth. The little clip that holds the cassette in place when it plays sometimes keeps things
    Posted to BeoWorld North America (Forum) by kirkus on 07-09-2011
  • Re: Confounded by B&O setup.

    The overwhelming majority of BeoLink active and passive kits (the thing the round sensor eye is hooked up to) have a software bug whereby they won't allow you to select A.AUX from the link room. It literally took years to resolve it, and there is a new software version that fixes the issue. Only problem is, you have to open up the link controller
    Posted to BeoWorld North America (Forum) by kirkus on 07-09-2011
  • Classic Beolit 39 for sale

    This is a good example of the famous, iconic Beolit 39 radio offered for sale. This model needs no introduction, being the most identifiable of all the historic Bang & Olufsen products. Cosmetic and structural condition is very good considering its age, and the overall appearance is definitely museum-quality. The Bakelite shell is very sound, and
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by kirkus on 07-07-2011
  • Re: MCL2AV set X 3: USA

    Missouri - Kansas City, to be precise.
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by kirkus on 03-09-2009
  • MCL2AV set X 3: USA

    Hello BeoWorld - Was cleaning out the basement and discovered 3 MCL2AV sets - the control box, eye, and power supply. Had been installed (by me) in my rental home a few years back and apparently I removed them when I moved out. Eyes are in reasonable to good cosmetic shape, control boxes are also in reasonable to new cosmetic shape. All work. One is
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by kirkus on 03-09-2009
  • US: BeoMedia 1 - $950 OBO

    Sibling is parting with his BeoMedia 1 - located in US Midwest - asking US$950 or best offer, please. BeoMedia 1 is pretty new, in good working order, with all manuals, and original packaging. Nice addition to your B&O TV system to stream digital music and enjoy your digital photo collection. Thanks!
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by kirkus on 02-16-2009
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