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  • Re: Sometimes, things aren't too good to be true!

    Thanks! I'm not quite sure whether or not he knew of exactly what B&O is. Another thing I wonder is why nobody else went for it. I'm sure there are other B&O enthusiasts in this area, and there was over a day left on both auctions, so at the very least, they'd been up for a couple of days already. I was a bit apprensive about the
    Posted to eBay - the right way! (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 01-14-2012
  • Sometimes, things aren't too good to be true!

    Hello everyone! Haven't been around here much lately, just been keeping my B&O gear running. A few nights ago, I was doing my usual "beogram" search on eBay for the hell of it, when I spotted this auction: Link #1 At first, I wasn't sure what to think. Why hadn't anyone bought it yet? Is there something I don't know about
    Posted to eBay - the right way! (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 01-13-2012
  • Re: Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    Just noticed a possible problem... With headphones plugged in, I can hear a near-constant crackling sound, mainly in the right channel. While this is most prevalent during playback, some soft crackling can be heard while the deck is idle. Best I can tell, it doesn't affect the tapes played in the machine, which is a good thing, but I still find
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 07-19-2011
  • Re: Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    Hello again, everyone. As I may have mentioned before, the wood in one of the corners got damaged along with the button panel. Might there be a way to put it back to normal? See the damage below: Finally, for your perusal, here's a quick pic I took of the innards before it was repaired. Just glad that the boards seem to have survived whatever messed
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 07-19-2011
  • Re: Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    [quote user="Eugene"] Buy your friend a beer !!! or maybe two. [/quote] Yeah, he definitely deserves something for what he was able to do with it. Anyway, one thing I've noticed thus far is that the "RECORD" light appears to be out. "REC OPEN" lights when I press it, but "RECORD" does nothing, even though
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 07-19-2011
  • Re: Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    An update! Thanks to a friend of mine, the front panel of my Beocord 8002 is once again as it should be, and the unit seems to be working perfectly! He used a combination of the old plastic clips and some metal brads to re-mount the contact board to the back of the button bezel, and all of the buttons I've tried thus far work fine (had to use pictures
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 07-18-2011
  • Re: Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    The front right corner of the wood is a bit messed up (possibly the impact point), but otherwise seems intact. The area under the transport cover door looks OK, and the door itself still works fine. The guy who sent it to me claimed it was working, so hopefully there won't be too much to do to it once the shipping damage is fixed up. I'll try
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 06-26-2011
  • Re: Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    [quote user="Dillen"] If too much is broken, the easiest thing would probably be to replace the whole front panel. With the Beocord open, don't open the top part up to vertical but instead lift it a bit and pull it forward a couple of centimeters to allow access to the bottom edge of the front (over the edge of a table or similar). [/quote
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 06-25-2011
  • Re: Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    Yeah, I only paid about $40. Still, I'd like to have this intact so I can experience the wonders of B&O cassette decks (especially since this is one of their best). Hopefully, Martin can fill us in on how this method is employed. Once I have a moment, I'll open it up and take some photos, to see how bad the damage is. -Adam
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 06-23-2011
  • Beocord 8002 shipping damage

    Hello everyone. I was recently sent a Beocord 8002. Unfortunately, the packing job wasn't quite up-to-snuff, and several of the buttons on the front panel have somehow been pushed out of their normal slots, and are floating around within the case. Along with this, I found several plastic fragments among the bubble wrap which had been wrapped around
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by AdamAnt316 on 06-23-2011
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