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  • Re: BeoLab 9 - where is the midrange, too much tweeter!

    When I heard the BL9 I felt that the sound was very radical. Too much bass and treble. But the sound was very solid, dynamic and fine. I agree the midrange is hidden, but because the BL9 is very radical.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Luigi on 03-16-2010
  • Re: LinkPlayer Feedback Thread

    Excellent!! This is what a beoworlder would like to have!!! Thank you very much.
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by Luigi on 02-25-2010
  • Re: LinkPlayer Feedback Thread

    Phil has realized a good job! Thank you very much. The software is very good, better than bm-link! I have a question, what kind of analog tv target I need? At the moment I have a EyeTV DTT (Elgato), but it´s digital and I can't find the link channel. Can you recommend any analog TV target compatible? I am interested to control my HDR2 out
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by Luigi on 12-25-2009
  • Re: Multiple Apple TVs

    I think iTunes works like a hard disk. Sharing librarie is the way to get media to differents macs. So, I think it will work on AppleTV. Each AppleTV will get independently the sources. That should work. Just don't expect to "stream" videos to 2 ATVs at the same time, that requires lots of bandwidth. It depends of the router. The most
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by Luigi on 07-31-2009
  • Re: Multiple Apple TVs

    As I said I think AppleTV connects to iTunes to view TV programs, films converts to AppleTV format... to listen to the music but only one librarie. That system works through shared libraries like it does between mac. So, I guest AppleTV can connect to differents libraries if there are more than one mac (itunes) turn on. This will appear in menu screen
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by Luigi on 07-31-2009
  • Re: Multiple Apple TVs

    I don't have 2 Apple TV, but I own a iMac, macmini and macbook. I suppose AppleTV works throught of shared libraries like the rest of mac. I can get the shared libraries of my Macmini from my macbook and imac without problem at the same time. Sure 2 AppleTV can do it. With respect to iPhone... It's not important if you connect the Apple TV with
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by Luigi on 07-30-2009
  • Re: Getting sound from Avant camcorder sockets to linkroom speaker.

    If You use Beo4 you don't have Link-Camcorder. I have a BV3-32 and BV1 (link) and I can send camcorder from BV3 to BV1, but only through Beo5.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Luigi on 04-16-2009
  • Re: Apple network / Time machine question

    I'm sorry. I have read very quickly.
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by Luigi on 01-14-2009
  • Re: Apple network / Time machine question

    I have the same setup: Macbook, Mac mini and Time Capsule. I have connected the Mac Mini to the Time Capsule through gigabyte ethernet cable (Cat 6). The mac mini doesn't work with 802.11n. The macbook is connected through aiport and It works with 802.11n. Very fast! I recommend to configure the time capsule creating a new network. You will have
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by Luigi on 01-14-2009
  • Re: Airport Express Optical Out into DDS BV3-32

    Dolby Digital o DTS? I can send DD to masterlink room (BV1), but not DTS. Also, it's not possible to listen PCM stereo through digital coax of DD module of BV3.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Luigi on 01-14-2009
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