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  • Re: Beocom 5 quality in general

    Hi The purchase of a phone has been delayed for us. We will probably not buy anything for a month or two. How does it look for Beocom 5 now? is it still awful. B R Clakke
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 07-02-2010
  • Re: iPhone 4

    [quote user="Puncher"] [quote user="expoman"] Regarding the antenna problems of holding it in your hand that some are complaining about, would you carry a $700.00 replacement cost phone in your hand or pocket without some kind of cover? [/quote] Absolutely! Why pay $700 for something that is notionally good looking and then cover
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-28-2010
  • Re: What B&O product doesn't exist but should?

    [quote user="dilznik"]Have you ever thought that your set up would be better/nicer/more fulfilling if only B&O made X product? What is that product? For me it's a cut down Beosystem that does 5.1 (including subwoofer port and built in crossover) and has HDMI control for, say, 4 products. That's all it really needs to do. I don't
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-17-2010
  • Re: B&O and home cinema

    [quote user="TripEnglish"] Good luck with your room Clakke [/quote] Thank you. The dreaming started long ago. Now when the room, which is an old garage, is not used anymore, we can start the real planning. The room is about 6m long and 4.5m wide. First it must be rebuilt with more isolation and heat in the floor e t c. After that it is time
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-16-2010
  • Re: B&O and home cinema

    Hi Thank you all for being very helpful. To Trip: If I also bought a B&O TV with Beosystem 3 to the home cinema room and used active speakers, I believe that that would be a nice solution. The problem is just, the minor detail, that we do not need a TV in the home cinema. To Kawo: I think you are absolutely right. It is much more simplier to get
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-16-2010
  • Re: B&O and home cinema

    [quote user="PhilLondon"] Clakke, B&O is all about amplified speaker, so you will not find anything with an amp in it, except from... all their speakers. Beosystem 3, is indeed present in all their top of the range TV. p. [/quote] Hi PhilLondon This can not be the whole truth. I our bathroom is a passive speaker, which has never been used
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-15-2010
  • Re: B&O and home cinema

    [quote user="andreabang"] I could be wrong, But DVI-D for home projectors is fair enough..you don't have to elaborate audio signal so HMDI is not necessary.... [/quote] Hi A couple of years ago it was common with DVI when dealing with projectors. Nowadays, probably not. I do not think our projector have a DVI port and that one is about
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-15-2010
  • Re: B&O and home cinema

    [quote user="TripEnglish"] The BeoSystem 3 is a terrific cinema master and can help coordinate the whole experience. We use mostly Sim2 projectors for higher end theater rooms and Samsungs or Sim2 Dominos for the lower end budget theaters. For speakers we generally use BeoLabs or Genelecs as the loudspeakers. Of course there are several other
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-15-2010
  • B&O and home cinema

    Good evening dear civilised people If you want to have a B&O home cinema, I have hard to find relevant equipment. I am planning to build a real cinema room in a year or so. Today, we are using a projector, passive speakers and a surround receiver for our home cinema room. This room is not connected to our Beolink, which is only sound equipment at
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 06-14-2010
  • Re: Updates/Upgrades for BL3

    [quote user="beocool"] I think BeoLab 3's are more detailed and a little faster than the Beolab 8000's. I also think they're better at low frequencies. Beolab 8000's are a bit smoother. [/quote] Hi Yes, they are quite equal in performance, I believe. It is probably very dependent of the environment where the speaker act. I
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Clakke on 05-25-2010
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