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  • Re: The BeoWorld Event 2010

    Wow, Andy T!! I'm off for a nap after reading your itinerary Here are some suggestions for places to visit near the venue. I presume you are into anything digital, so perhaps you may like to check out V&A Decode Digital Sensations, http://www.vam.ac.uk/microsites/decode Even the website is great. Pink is my fave color at the mo. The V&A
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 03-22-2010
  • Re: The BeoWorld Event 2010

    To Steve: Excellent ploy by your wife. Less room for you to fill the case with techie gadgets ;-)
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 03-22-2010
  • Re: The BeoWorld Event 2010

    ...and I'm Tweeting about it @TheLuxPod, counting down the days. I intend to post lots of pics on my Twitter stream during the evening. If anyone would like to give me their Twitter names I shall include you in some of the messages. Lee, if you have a Twitter account, please let me know. I couldn't find it. Regards, Judith
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 02-25-2010
  • Re: Flash your B&O!

    The Beo4 is compatable with the Lutron Grafik Eye, which can be seen between the ladder rungs to the left of the image. The bespoke Saxum ladder is a second attempt to create a lighter ladder and the rungs were replaced and color matched with the blue anodised BeoCenter 6-23 and BeoCom2.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 02-21-2010
  • Re: Problems with SkyHD Box and BeoVision6-23

    Hello Burantek, Frog and Chaser. Black tape - nice and simple, thanks! The HDMI to DVi adapter is a very tight fit on the TV (and not the most elegant of solutions as it comes loose easily!). I have pushed all the cables in securely and also put a cable tidy over them, which might help to keep them from moving. The TV is on an STB bracket (so when it
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 02-21-2010
  • Problems with SkyHD Box and BeoVision6-23

    Hello, I would be grateful for any suggestions you may have. I do not use the Sky remote, and only use the Beo4 with the Sky HD Box in London. The problem I have is that the BeoVision6-23 TV will display only half a screen, always at the top and the lower half is full of white dots. In order to reset it, I have to unplug the Sky box. Does anyone have
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 02-18-2010
  • Re: Home Automation

    Hi, I have installed a Lutron Grafik Eye system which works with the Bang & Olufsen Beo4. It is in TheLuxPod, which is a studio flat in London. The Beo4 has the same interface as the Lutron Grafik Eye which was designed specifically to work with the B&O. There was special firmware designed for it and I was the first to have it in London (so
    Posted to The Beo5 & Beo6 Remote Forum (Forum) by Judith on 02-18-2010
  • Re: The BeoWorld Event 2010

    I second that. The setting alone is worth flying half way around the world for and there are several B&O shops in the area as well :-) Three that I can think of, no make that four, all within walking distance.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 02-15-2010
  • Re: Sky promises 3D Premier League football for ‘mid 2010’

    Always interesting to read more on this subject. If you are in the UK, Broadcast Video Expo, at Earls Court 16-18 Feb will have a 3D Screening Room. The 3D glasses sound truly fascinating.. and look very er clunky. I think I will stick with the French ones I have. The author doesn't explain why one needs a "3D blu-ray player" when a Blu
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 01-29-2010
  • Re: The BeoWorld Event 2010

    Count me in! Kensington Roof Gardens is an elegant, stunning venue and is perfect for stylish, BeoWorld enthusiasts.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Judith on 01-21-2010
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