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  • Re: B&O in comic drawing, I don´t get the point

    [quote user="Llewelyn"] Maybe it's a sly dig that B&O is hard to operate? (It's not) I have a friend that likes to joke that B&O is unintuitive, unobvious and basically hard to use. [/quote] Hi I have seen that strip somewhere, but forgot where. I can understand your friend, but not as a joke. I find that B&O are quite
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 03-07-2011
  • Re: Link room with passive speakers

    [quote user="kallasr"] Look at the MCL Handbook (PDF) Google search on: mcl handbook bang olufsen Ralf [/quote] Hi Forgot to thank you for your answers, so I do it now. I will read it when I have the time. Have a nice evening Clakke
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 01-17-2011
  • Re: Link room with passive speakers

    [quote user="stefan"] Should be possible to connect two Extra Speaker Kits - MCL2A - to the BL passive. You will also need two IR receivers. Now you can control your main system from both zones. Stefan [/quote] Hi This sounds most interesting. Could you develop a bit more please? What is a MCL2A? Clakke
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 01-13-2011
  • Re: Link room with passive speakers

    [quote user="Opman"] I think that you could solve this problem with a simple passive speaker switching box. Connect the BeoLink Passive amp to a loudspeaker switch box and then connect your three loudspeakers to the switch box. Speakers A can be switched on whilst Speakers B are off or vice versa. I don't see a problem with this working
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 01-13-2011
  • Link room with passive speakers

    Hi I have a question for someone with technical knowledge. If two Beovox speakers are to be installed, a Beolink passive is needed (with amplifier included), right? So far no problem. I also have one passive noname loudspeaker in a bathroom ceiling. I am told that this also could be used in the same zone as the two beovox speakers. This should mean
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 01-12-2011
  • Re: So.. why do you buy Bang & Olufsen?

    [quote user="Electrified"] Clakke, The two-way B&O remote is here: http://www.bang-olufsen.dk/beo6-remote-control [/quote] Hi Electrified Thank you, I have heard about it here and read about it. From what I understand, it won´t do so much difference with our BS4 for the moment But this was what I mentioned in my post. They could
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 01-04-2011
  • Re: So.. why do you buy Bang & Olufsen?

    Hi This is the type of question that we all have to answer to ourself when we buy B&O. I mean they are not cheap and people at visit ask this question now and then. My answer is that you can have very good sound at home with an equipment that does not take over a part of the room. Further, the equipment from B&O is, as many describe, stylish
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 01-04-2011
  • Re: Another iPod dock!

    [quote user="SecretSheep"] For those of you not enamoured with the Beosound 8, B&O are releasing the iPort which is made by Sonance. This small device allows your iPod or iPhone to be controlled using your Beo4 and on screen displays anywhere in the house. (You clearly need the linked TV to be in view!) It uses PUC software to control
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 11-24-2010
  • Re: dealer conference

    [quote user="TripEnglish"] Yes. That's what it means. Whether CD has a role to play in the future is doubtful, but conceptually you're on the right track. It means that if a source exists on the network, it will be able to be accessed and manipulated independently in every room. I know that you've already invested in ML products
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 09-24-2010
  • Re: Beolab test in the showroom

    [quote user="Puncher"] My advice would be to buy from a dealer who isn't reluctant to install several speaker/sub combinations for you to compare! [/quote] Hi Totally agree with Puncher here. That was exactly how it was when we made our purchase. I bought actually from a non B&O specialist and have no regrets about that. Good luck
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 09-07-2010
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