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  • Re: Beogram 1000 stylus

    Hi Pete, As far as I know, the cartridge-stylus assemblies all weigh nearasdammit the same and should be swappable without major adjustment. This really lets you off the hook. I think the SP14 is supposed to track at 2gm, but it will cope with a tad less most of the time. Your customer needs to adjust the balance of the arm - there's a page in the
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by sajpratty on 04-21-2008
  • Re: Beogram 1000 stylus

    Forget the weight, that's got nothing to do with it. Bit of a confusing question - SP14 is only the stylus, and its the cartridge that fits onto the arm... I'll confess I don't know the exact names of the different arms on the Beogram 1000, I'm just aware that the older ones have a curved finger lift, later ones have a straight finger
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by sajpratty on 04-21-2008
  • Re: Beogram 1000 runs too slowly

    Nice deck, I love them. You shouldn't need to time records, the markings on the platter are a strobe. The little black knurled knob inside the speed changing knob is the fine tuning for the speed - sounds like this needs adjusting. (Later Beograms suffer from slowness because the bearing grease dries out, but the 1000 seems less prone to this, either
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by sajpratty on 04-21-2008
  • Re: What's playing RIGHT NOW?

    Alex: Been listening to Simply Red's Stars album this evening - my parents used to play it to me when I was younger, and I haven't heard it in years... And available free with today's Mail On Sunday, if you're quick before the last one goes. Steve
    Posted to Music & Film (Forum) by sajpratty on 04-20-2008
  • Re: BC9500 tape question

    Just checked on my 8500 - shouldn't be all that much different? Playing a CD from cold, the tape motor stays off. If I switch to tape the motor starts (no surprise there!) but if I switch back to CD then the tape motor stays running. No idea if it times out and switches itself off. The tape motor isn't noisy, just a very faint rustle if I listen
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by sajpratty on 04-12-2008
  • Re: Can anyone help me out with a BC8000/8500/9000/9500 user manual

    Hi Steve B&O's official website has a community that's free to join. The user guide for the Beocenter 9000/9300/9500 is a free download there. Might be a good idea to edit the email address in your post, too (spambots search for addresses!) Cheers, Steve
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by sajpratty on 03-17-2008
  • Re: 2 Beomasters into one Beovox?

    Jandyt: What I would like to do, is to connect the 5000 amp and the passives from the 7000 to the speaker switch (and later some more Beomasters). Then I will connect the Beovox 5000+cubes, the S120s, some S45s and some Redlines (and maybe more later) to the switch. I envisage a screen on my Beo5 showing just Beomasters, and on each BM a screen showing
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by sajpratty on 03-16-2008
  • Re: 2 Beomasters into one Beovox?

    Jandyt: And this is my present set up, but will be expanding. Oooh - there's some really nice stuff!
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by sajpratty on 03-16-2008
  • Re: 2 Beomasters into one Beovox?

    Jandyt: Hi Steve, and thank you so much for taking the time to think about this. A while ago, I bought a rare B&O item, a remote operated speaker switch. Basicaly, it has three inputs, left passive, right passive and powerlink. It has 24 outputs. 8 left passive, 8 right passive and 8 powerlink. You change between any of eight sets of speakers (labs
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by sajpratty on 03-16-2008
  • Re: 2 Beomasters into one Beovox?

    Hi Andy, Ah, the joys of having too much B&O (is there such a thing?) The more I think about this the more intriguing it gets, and I think you might have to make your own. Presumably you would prefer to avoid ending up with something that looked like an olde-world telephone exchange, or a first generation Moog synth. The output stage - taking the
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by sajpratty on 03-16-2008
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