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ARCHIVED FORUM -- April 2007 to March 2012

This is the first Archived Forum which was active between 17th April 2007 and 1st March February 2012



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  • Re: Beosound 5 - Is it worth the effort (NOW)?

    [quote user="joeyboygolf"] I'm sorry Alex but this is a backward step. It takes an enormous amount of time to put a CD onto a computer if you are wanting the same quality of sound. Sending CD's away for someone else to do is madness. I've bought the CD's WHY should I pay again, whichever method you recommend? The guy who decided
    Posted to BeoSound 5 Forum (Forum) by maclife on 04-08-2009
  • Re: Apple TV and Beo

    [quote user="bayerische"] I got the Mac mini and sync cable, but still missing the toslink -> coaxial converter... [/quote] I’m using this one without any problems: http://www.m-audio.com/products/en_us/CO2.html There are other (more simple and technical often identical) models like already mentioned before. The only one I’ve never used
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by maclife on 01-22-2009
  • Re: Apple TV and Beo

    [quote user="soundproof"] [quote user="bayerische"]In the manual it reads that the "sync" cable is a mini-jack cable, and it should be recommended by Beo, does this mean that if my dealer don't have one, that I could use any good quality mini-jack ( 3,5mm) cable? [/quote] I tried that, and it didn't work properly
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by maclife on 01-19-2009
  • Re: Lab 5 wiring

    soundproof: the synchronisation cable doesn't do much that I've noticed Then you might not use the right cable as it would just work otherwise. I know it for sure because it perfectly works with my BeoLab 5. Usual headphone cables etc. aren't the same thing as their wiring is different. You absolutely need this cable: http://retail1.bang-olufsen
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by maclife on 06-11-2008
  • Re: b&o workingon new tetevision based on windows

    pehre: see the foollowing article (in german) see http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/100639 … and they are quoting this article: http://www.wiwo.de/pswiwo/fn/ww2/sfn/buildww/id/133/id/333169/fm/0/SH/0/depot/0 As a 100% Mac user this unfortunately means very bad news for my future investments in B&O products.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by maclife on 12-15-2007
  • Re: Is it possible (Apple 30" display as a television)

    wtlc2zpx: Maybe a Beosystem3 could drive it... No, because even when using a HDMI to DVI adapter cable the resolution wouldn’t be sufficient. I also doubt that it works at all as a computer display usually needs a complete computer to be driven.
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by maclife on 11-13-2007
  • Re: Is it possible (Apple 30" display as a television)

    Sal: So there it is... is it possible to turn the Apple 30" cinema display into a television? If so, what other bits of hardware would I need? Would it even be worth it? Yes, it is possible. I’m using a MacBook Pro as video and audio source, the speakers are two BeoLab 5. Just look at the display specs and you’ll know which Mac you need: http:
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by maclife on 11-13-2007
  • Re: Lintronic oder irtrans

    stefan: Bestellt habe ich die Lintronic Boxen direkt bei Lintronic, Michael Lindgaard, der auch einen tollen Support macht. Leider etwas hohe Versandkosten, da aus Dänemark. Ich weiss nicht, was maclife gegen Lintronic hat ... Äh, habe ich doch geschrieben, oder? Ich wiederhole gerne und ergänze sogar noch einen Punkt: 1) Nur veraltete RS232-Schnittstelle
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by maclife on 10-31-2007
  • Re: Lintronic oder irtrans

    stefan: Ich habe beide benutzt. Für die Bedienung von Macs via USB würde ich den Irtrans vorziehen, für das Steuern verschiedener Hifi-Geräte via IR die Lintronic box. Lintronic hat eine Super-Datenbank mit IR Codes ich musste kaum Codes selbst "einlernen". Die Programmierung der Box ist sehr viel einfacher als es auf deren
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by maclife on 10-28-2007
  • Re: Leaning toward iRed / IRTrans...

    LinTronic: Both IRTRANS and LINTRONIC require configuration. However, LinTronic offer a much greater means of using the BEO4. And if you like to tweak and experiment, this is really the way to go. And yes, our booster is powerfull enough to reach all your device in the same room. Not to mention our upcoming HomeAutomation. Well, this is some kind of
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by maclife on 08-31-2007
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