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  • Re: Beomaster 5500 (2333) US to Euro conversion

    Doesn't sound too good I would try using a step-down transformer, but the few I looked at right now are said to make quite some noise/produce very audible hum, others are simply too expensive to try them (well, complaining about prices in a B&O forum seems strange, but the BM cost me just 80$ + shipping ). Maybe someone could suggest a model
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by beomaster224 on 02-29-2012
  • Re: Beomaster 5500 (2333) US to Euro conversion

    @Mika: thank your for the welcome. The silver membership came with my interest in the service manuals But that's alright, since those manuals can save you a lot more than the (very fair) cost of the membership. And it's a great forum, after all. I missed the 2333 in the aforementioned manual the first time, but having another look, it's
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by beomaster224 on 02-29-2012
  • Beomaster 5500 (2333) US to Euro conversion

    New guy, first post... My BM 5500 just arrived from sunny Florida, only thing I forgot when I placed my bid: US mains So, I have a unit which says 120V @ 60 Hz on the backplate. Won't play too well in a 230V @ 50 Hz Euro socket... First thing I did was to open it, to see if I saw anything that would make me think it was an easy operation to change
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by beomaster224 on 02-29-2012
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