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  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    I am but I was not slating it. I looked at the mod at the suggetion of Dillen and took his advice to ask elsewhere. Thats all
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-05-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    I took your advice I have just come back from an electronics shop I took the mod that you recommended and asked what he thought and his opinion was it's beyond the extreme. I would not attempt it. The man has been in the shop from school and his father before him.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-05-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    I'll be deleting my acount tomorrow. martin So your littie click can stick together.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    Peter I totally agree with you Martin has vast knowledge and it is up to the owner what they do. It was a clash of ideas thats all nothing more nothing less. Henry
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    Martin I'm lost for words so I'll just shut up. I know nothing about electronics and if you need advice or help I suggest you ask an experienced guy (=someone else). Not once did I imply that you know nothing Your knowledge and imput is as valuable as anyone elses and I wouldn't hesitate to ask you for help and I also would like to think
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    OK peace we will agree to disagree. End of Regards Henry
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    Martin you wrote Won't you face a serious risk of self-oscillation in the amplifier if you remove the feedback caps ? It's quite common to see unstable DC-coupled amplifiers like this one go into self-oscillation at full power, typically at a high (inaudible) frequency, 100KHz or so, overrunning the amplifier without anyone knowing about it
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    I am happy with what I done the sound has improved ten fold. I spoke with a B&O engineer of 30yrs experience and showed him the mod I found on beo centrle and he said go for it and I did. First you tell me it'll go up in smoke then you say it'll distort the sound It hasn't done either.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    Well I done it and it the improvement of sound is without a shadow of a doubt better. My amp is still playing and there is no distortion what so ever. Like I said before I haven't ask anyone to do it. I only put this post up to say thankyou not for any other reason. Certainly not to get into a dispute about it. I looked at Die-Bogener post that
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Beo Master 7000

    Hi Aron If you try Die-Bogener's mod could you let me know how it goes. Thankyou Henry
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by henrykin on 05-04-2009
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