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  • Re: How to distribute video signals to more than on TV ?

    To be able to distribute TV signals, your main room TV must be equipped with a built in RF system modulator. Then using a coaxial cable you connect the RF out from the main TV with the aerial input of your link TV. You might also need to set the modulator frequency, so I suggest you to refer to the TV manuals for this. If you want to connect more than
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 05-30-2010
  • Re: Problem with my Beovision 4200

    Hello Peter, you are right it was related to the PINCODE. This morning when I switched on the TV again I was asked to set the PINCODE and when I set it, it started working normally. Then I searched for the reason and I found out that yesterday after the power failure, my son had tried to set the PINCODE unsuccessfully by 5 attempts and the TV was locked
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 05-30-2010
  • Re: Problem with my Beovision 4200

    Hi Spiros, thanks for responding. I'm from Athens. Best Regards, Lakis
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 05-30-2010
  • Problem with my Beovision 4200

    I had a power down for a few hours from the electricity company today. When the power returned I switched on my BV 4200 but it shows "WAIT" on the black screen and does not accept any signal from the Beo 4. After 4-5 minutes it turns Off by it self. Has anybody an idea what is wrong?
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 05-29-2010
  • Re: Beogram 9500 connected to Beosound 3200

    Thanks Pekka, this sounds very interesting! Can you suggest an RIAA supplier who can do this? There is on ebay from sounds heavenly but I'm not sure it can work like you said. From the photo it seems the 7DIN out from BeoGram 9500 is converted to RCA for input to preamp and then the RCA output from preamp is converted back to 7DIN for input to BS3200
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 07-08-2009
  • Beogram 9500 connected to Beosound 3200

    Hi, I tried to connect a BeoGram 9500 Record Deck with MMC4 cartridge to a Beosound 3200 via the 7DIN AUX IN socket but the sound is very weak even at very high volume. Does any one know what could be wrong? Could it be a faulty cartridge? or has the BeoGram 9500 a Built-in RIAA amplifier? Thanks
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 07-08-2009
  • Beolab 6000 - No sound from Tweeters -

    Hi all, I just bought from e-bay two Beplab 6000. When I connected them to my audio system I found out that in both of them the Tweeters do not sound at all. The same happens with Power Link and Line connections. Can someone give an idea what might be wrong before I contact the B&O service? Thanks.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 06-02-2009
  • Re: Beolink Passive

    Jubilation ! I tried with an MK2 PowerLink cable and it works ! Thanks a lot Graham
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 05-29-2009
  • Re: Beolink Passive

    [quote user="joeyboygolf"] I am afraid that I have no experience with Beolink Wireless. But..............if it is going to work at all, you can guarantee that you will need a MK2 Powerlink Cable ! Just so there is no confusion, generally speaking, the two options are:- 1 Masterlink plus IR Eye or 2 A MK2 Powerlink cable [/quote] The Masterlink
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 05-28-2009
  • Re: Beolink Passive

    Thank you all for the advices. I've tried using MK3 Powerlink cable but it doesn't work. I'll try with MK2 and let you know results. But let me explain what I'm trying to do and perhaps you can help me more. I have a Beolink Wireless 1 installation with the Transmitter connected to a Beosound 3200 in main room and the Receiver with IR
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lakis on 05-27-2009
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