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  • Re: DIN 45316 aerial plug

    [quote user="Leslie"]I need one for my BM5000, how much are they and/or where can it be bought?[/quote] Don't remember exactly but I think it wasn't 10 EURs here at my local store. I have to go there sooner or later as I'm sure I will get some more as long as they are still available I'll get back to you as soon as I have more
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Wanted (Forum) by hemenex on 02-26-2012
  • Re: The Audiophile & B&O

    I once visited the Berlin HIFI fair in the late 70es. The German HIFI institute had set up a demo of a "almost HIFI"- a "HIFI" and a "top-class HIFI" unit. They played about 6 pieces of audio from church organ to Jazz, each time within the music switching between those hidden gear. They were marked "A", "B"
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by hemenex on 02-26-2012
  • Re: Electronics for beginners......

    [quote user="Step1"]I like the old school stuff :)[/quote] Like this? that was my starter long ago ...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by hemenex on 02-26-2012
  • Re: DIN 45316 aerial plug

    Jacques, so you do have some already? It's a good idea to go to a local radio/TV shop (if there's still one) and ask there. I know such a shop here; at least I got this: I can tell you it fits into a 70's BM5000... And yes I agree eb*y, conrad etc are of no use in this matter. Gunther
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Wanted (Forum) by hemenex on 02-26-2012
  • Re: What Are You Working On Now ?

    [quote user="Leslie"]Soren is talking about the 80's pizza box model![/quote] Oops then; was thinking of the 70's BM/BL5000 combo Shouldn't be so complicated to get a BM5000 80's then.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by hemenex on 02-19-2012
  • Re: Beomaster 3400 blowing primary fuses

    [quote user="zeloff"]the original specs of D8 and TR8[/quote] As noone seems to step in.... TR8 is BD136, D8 was B40C800 [quote user="zeloff"]between the secondary and the D8[/quote] There IS a fuse secondary just before D8 (F3) - but it's 1AT (slow) Which primary fuse blows - F1 or F2? The audio power amplifier has a strange
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by hemenex on 02-19-2012
  • Re: What Are You Working On Now ?

    [quote user="Steffen"]in one of Søren's earlier posts he was looking for a BM 5000 (80's model) to go with his Beogram CD 50[/quote] Well I'm sure he himself will clarify
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by hemenex on 02-19-2012
  • Re: What Are You Working On Now ?

    [quote user="Eugene"]Beomaster 1600[/quote] Looks like a BM1600 (7xFM) in a BM1700's housing (silver)???
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by hemenex on 02-19-2012
  • Re: What Are You Working On Now ?

    [quote user="Steffen"]According to Leslie's pictures he should have at least one he could sell to you -unless he's trying to collect every 5000 unit in Europe. [/quote] I'm afraid Sören has another type of BM5000 in mind
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by hemenex on 02-19-2012
  • Re: BeoMaster 3000 Type 2402: Restoration/Repair Help

    [quote user="flejguta_beo"]On the right (non-working) ch. voltages were again close[/quote] So Pins "3", "4","8","9" right channel are all around 28 Volts? Can't really see how C of TR45 could be 54V then which would kill TR44 and/or TR49 immediately
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by hemenex on 02-15-2012
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