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  • Re: Beocord 9000: help needed!

    No, this is not the azimuth adjustment tape (based on a TDK MA-R) that was included with the Beocord. The one I am looking for was only available at B&O dealers for peak level adjustments and had serial number 6780035. It is pretty rare.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 05-18-2010
  • Beocord 9000: help needed!

    I initially posted this question on the Vintage Products forum but as I fear that that forum may be less frequently visited I am posting it on the General forum too - perhaps someone can help. All, I have bought a Beocord 9000 on Ebay (allegedly in mint condition) that unfortunately needs a lot of calibration and re-adjustment for the playback and recording
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 05-17-2010
  • Re: Beocord 9000: Help needed!

    Jacques, I am not an expert myself. I have the Beocord now being serviced by a technician and he told me that he needs this adjustment tape to re-adjust the playback and recording levels as they seem to be completely disbalanced. Apparently the previous owner of the Beocord or whoever else who had serviced it before changed the levels pre-set at the
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by beodim on 05-16-2010
  • Beocord 9000: Help needed!

    All, I have bought a Beocord 9000 on Ebay (allegedly in mint condition) that unfortunately needs a lot of calibration and re-adjustment for the playback and recording levels. I am looking for a B&O original load level measuring tape # 6780035. Does anybody have it? I understand that it is too valuable to sell but perhaps someone could lend it to
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by beodim on 05-16-2010
  • Re: Beomedia: IP address error message

    [quote user="Seanie"] hi there your router will be assigning IP address to devices on your network with a lease. If i was you i woudl log into your beomedia and access the windows settings that you need a keyboard and mouse for. once there i would give the beomedia an IP address that is higher than all of your devices put together so lets
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 05-16-2010
  • Re: Beomedia: IP address error message

    Thank you, Graham. This is how it is set it up. The router is supposed to allocate a unique IP address to every user. It actually does, but occasionally this IP address conflict emerges. I think this is a router problem. I probably need to replace it with another one.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 05-15-2010
  • Beomedia: IP address error message

    My Beomedia 1 is connected to my home network via a LAN router that also accomodates several laptop computers. From time to time when I turn on the Beomedia on my TV, it displays a standard Windows error message that there is an IP address conflict with other network users (I guess the problem is caused by the LAN router). This message cannot be removed
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 05-15-2010
  • Re: Connecting Beocord 9000 to a CD player?

    Thank you, Peter. What is this "TDA1541A DAC"? My BC9500 is type 2506 - is it relevant for this model type?
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 03-12-2010
  • Re: The new look Forum - Feedback required

    The forum has become extremely slow. It takes a lot of time for all frames to load. I have just posted a question on the forum and it literally took it around 10 minutes to get saved and posted.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 03-12-2010
  • Connecting Beocord 9000 to a CD player?

    Hi all, What would be the best way to connect a Beocord 9000 to a CD player to record from CDs? The available CD players are Beocenter 9500 or Ouverture. Thanks for your help.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by beodim on 03-12-2010
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