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  • Re: AXEL OR THE SOUNDSMITH? THE DEFINITIVE MMC4 QUESTION........

    does'nt matter where it is, im more interested in the third option. cheers.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 11-15-2011
  • AXEL OR THE SOUNDSMITH? THE DEFINITIVE MMC4 QUESTION........

    Hi all, its time for a MMC4 renewal. its either buy a beogram with the respective MMC4 cartridge or succumb to soundsmith or axel, what do you chaps/chapess'es recommend? jahur.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 11-14-2011
  • Re: BeoVision Avant transportation

    wont there be a voltage difference? surley that will need adjusting. worth checking before you put a brit plug on it! (not adapter)
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 10-02-2011
  • Re: mmc4 removal and way to test

    [quote user="Søren Mexico"] With your left hand and 2 fingers, grab the TT arm (the one with the MMC) and hold it steady, with the other hand (right hand) and 2 fingers, grab the MMC and gently wiggle the MMC until it comes lose, then pull it straight out without bending the pegs. If you are lefthanded inverse the hands With a multimeter
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 09-05-2011
  • Re: mmc4 removal and way to test

    [quote user="Medogsfat"] I wouldn't remove it simply to clean dust off - use a stylus brush. These cartridges are prone to losing coil contact with the pins if they are removed too often. If you really need to remove it then yes - a gentle pull should be all that is required. Chris. [/quote] thanks. glad to see your still going strong
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 09-05-2011
  • mmc4 removal and way to test

    hi can anyone help with the removal process of the mmc4 cartridge? i guess its a gentle tug and it will be free from the arm, or is it? my stylus sounds like its permanently got dust on it, this i guess is a sure fire tell tale sign of a worn stylus tip. any ideas....... cheers jason
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 09-05-2011
  • Re: B&O News

    koning, im with you all the way on this. thats not because im anti-apple fanzine its fingerprints full stop. anyhows all my beo devices very rarely need a fingerprint removal jolly! but with the touch screen fad one will always need to keep cleaning them. i clean and polish all my beo devices once a fortnight, can any touch screen users can claim to
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 09-04-2011
  • Re: B&O News

    [quote user="linder"] [quote user="koning"] touch screen...thank god they didn't! All those greasy fingerprints on it. [/quote] Absolument! [/quote] i mean even my old beocentre 9000 wouldnt accumulate that many fingerprints, they just look so unsightly, i mean, you wouldnt stand fingerprints on your beovisions, would you???
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 09-01-2011
  • Re: B&O News

    [quote user="koning"] touch screen...thank god they didn't! All those greasy fingerprints on it. [/quote] Absolutely!
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 09-01-2011
  • Re: B&O News

    [quote user="Pauliander"] I am very happy with my Ipad. It's without any doubt the best gadget I received over the past year. Yet why can you not replace its battery? Countless updates will make this unnecessary I'am afraid. I do not believe B&O needs an introduction on repair service here. So let's not compare apples and peers
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by jahur on 08-30-2011
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