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  • Re: BeoVision 10-32 in 32-inches official !

    Ok, I understood it differently.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-29-2010
  • Re: BeoVision 10-32 in 32-inches official !

    [quote user="SHEFFIELD"] You'll love it...it's a very small 32", but looks great! [/quote] No, a 17" TV is very small, this is a normal sized TV.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-29-2010
  • Re: BeoVision 10-32 in 32-inches official !

    Offcourse a lot of folks like a big screen, but we do not . My father considered buying the beovision 6 for the living room, but that was a bit too small (certainly if you look at it from about 4 or 5 yards). We now have the beocenter 1 (I don't think the screen is smaller but the TV itself is larger offcourse) and don't have any problems with
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-29-2010
  • Re: BeoVision 10-32 in 32-inches official !

    Can I please ask you people to stop saying that this is 'a cute TV' or 'a TV for a spare room or a bedroom'. Keep in mind that there are a lot of B&O enthousiasts who are happy to buy this as a main TV! Not everyone has the opportunity to buy this as a second TV (let alone as main TV). It's not about buying a pair of shoes, we
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-28-2010
  • Re: Beocenter 3500

    Jaff, I believe you when you say that there are some topics here that discuss relubricating the bearings of the TT-motor. The only problem is that I simply can't find them after searching for a reasonable amount of time. Thereby my question will be if someone can lead me in the good direction to any of the topics that discuss this problem. Please
    Posted to BeoWorld North America (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-24-2010
  • Re: Flash your B&O!

    Beautifull TV GuyHui, especially with that beautifull floor (I love parketry). The only thing I personally do not like is the fact cable running over the floor. I do have a possible solution for you. If you apply a bigger skirting at the bottom, you can hollow out the space behind it and guide your wires through it. We even connected a beosound 3200
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-24-2010
  • Re: Completing your collection

    That has to be the ultimate accessory
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-23-2010
  • Re: When did you become a Bang & Olufsen fan?

    My parents were a big B&O fan and have never bought anything else. Everytime I bought a TV the difference in quality is immediatly noticed (I'm just 19 so I can't afford the fancy B&O stuff! Damn, wish I could). I now know that i won't buy anything else BUT B&O. Recently I found a Beocenter 3500 on my grans attic (in mint condition
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-21-2010
  • Re: How to open a Beogram 4002 / 4004 / 6000

    [quote user="burantek"] [quote user="Lennaert"]I wish Jaff would do this for the beocenter 3500 ;).[/quote] I already did this for you almost (2) months ago! HERE. [/quote] I'm very sorry, thy Grand Master. Forgive me and spare my life![:'(] I was just talking about the visual support this post gives, but I'm not demanding
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-21-2010
  • Re: How to open a Beogram 4002 / 4004 / 6000

    I wish Jaff would do this for the beocenter 3500 ;). Not much to find about that machine around here (besides the things i've asked for already), pitty. I'm not a hero when it comes to taking these precious machines apart (maybe not precious in money but certainly precious as a piece of inheritage). This step by step proces is very usefull for
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Lennaert on 10-20-2010
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