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  • Re: Beosystem 5000 non-working questions?

    Both the user - and service manuals are available for download. Martin
    Posted to BeoWorld North America (Forum) by Dillen on 05-23-2007
  • Re: Hyperbo Junior Radio

    Yes, with a genuine interest in these old beauties, I couldn't help but noticing this one. Quite rare and I believe it was made in 1937 along with it's bigger brother the Hyperbo Senior. 1930's B&O are rare to see, the previous years model (36KL) slightly more common but still far between. Wonderful piece and seems to be in excellent
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Dillen on 05-22-2007
  • Re: Advise needed on opening up a RL6000

    - And even when all screws are out it may still be hard to pull the back and front from eachother due to the almost airtight sealing. Martin
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Dillen on 05-20-2007
  • Re: Beosystem 5000 non-working questions?

    50 dollars - where did you get that figure ? As I told you in the PM reply, belts are EUR 16 (~ 21 dollars) for a set to your machine and that includes packing/shipping to your door. Mounting instructions are also available if you need (free with the belts). Martin
    Posted to BeoWorld North America (Forum) by Dillen on 05-18-2007
  • Re: Beogram 6000 - not working

    There are two versions of the Beogram 6000, one has a radial arm, the other tangential. Since you mention a TURN key I suppose you have the radial version. It won't start (and rotate the platter) without a record on it (TURN will still work though !) If you have a record on the platter and it still won't start there is a fault somewhere. First
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Dillen on 05-18-2007
  • Re: Beocord 3300 noise 15 min every time it is started

    You don't tell if the noise is mechanical (audible from the unit) or electronic (audible from the speakers) but If mechanic; Could be a case of worn motor bearings. Could also be the mechanics, belt/wheels etc catching on something. You will have to open it and have a look. If electronic; Probably capacitors, the ones in the signal path and around
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dillen on 05-15-2007
  • Re: Beolit 500

    It's a somewhat peculiar machine with radio and intercom in one. A design piece actually, though the true beauty of the design can be discussed. Hard to say if they are actually sought after, I never saw anyone looking to buy one but they are fairly rare, at least good condition ones and tend to go for reasonable amounts, even if non-working. The
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Dillen on 05-14-2007
  • Re: beogram 8000 error message

    As far as I'm concerned, there are no actual "error messages" as we normally know them, only weird readouts and no manuals will explain. In your case, it would make sense to check if all PCB board connectors are correctly mounted (reseat all) and if the CPU actually runs. If you are not into electronics, this is not a task for you but
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dillen on 05-11-2007
  • Re: Beolit speakers (getting stuck etc)

    Unfortunately, stuck Beolit speakers is a common problem. They seem to freeze completely for no apparent reason and the same thing seem to happen to the woofers in the Beovox P45 wall panel speakers and also the "Filler" unit in the Beovox M70 which is of a very similar physical build (though different from the Beolit ones) and with completely
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Dillen on 05-11-2007
  • Re: BeoVox 1000 Passive Loudspeaker

    Nowhere near Hifi really but remarkably warm and well sounding speakers ! Actually, the older speakers generally seem to attract more and more attention and respect, probably amongst true lovers of vintage sound (remember valves ?). A chain is no stronger than it's weakest link and so back then the speakers needed to be as good as absolutely possible
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Dillen on 05-09-2007
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