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  • Re: Speaker refoaming glue?

    Thanks for that sir,advice appreciated. Nick
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by solderon29 on 11-22-2010
  • Speaker refoaming glue?

    Just trying to refoam some CX drivers,and find my glue has dried up in the bottle,doh!! Can't find the same brand again,can anyone recommend a suitable glue please? Thanks, Nick
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by solderon29 on 11-21-2010
  • Re: Service Manual for Xtra Speaker needed.

    If the speakers won't mute either via the remote control,or the mute button on the wall plate,check that the thin yellow wire is connected in the relay box.Check that the cable between the wall plate and relay box is'nt damaged anywhere. Also,it's common for the soldered connections under the screw connector blocks in the relay box to become
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by solderon29 on 11-20-2010
  • Re: MX4000?

    That's an MX4500 sir!A quite different beast from the '4000,despite the higher number.It's a 26" crt set.Multistandard,and capable of quite good results if the crt is still in good shape.Not the most reliable of B&O tv's,being a hybrid of B&O and Thomson! Only one scart connection obviously.The set was designed to partner
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by solderon29 on 11-04-2010
  • Re: MCL2P Mute

    There is no internal muting in the MCL2p,just power up/down,like in the Beolab 8000.The signal lines are muted within the Beocentre when changing source etc.I think it was only the Beolab Penta and Beolab 3500/4500/5000 that have internal muting. I've used the MCL2p as a slave amplifier to drive speakers in a link room,and you can connect a MCL2a
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by solderon29 on 09-25-2010
  • Re: Beocenter 8500 battery?

    The memo batteries are quite long lived in these units,and only cause memo problems usually.The "weird scenes in the gold mine"that you are seeing,seem to suggest the micro is having a "strop".It's supply and reset is crucial,and there is a common problem with all the Beocentre 9000 derivatives where the 5v supply resevoir cap
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by solderon29 on 09-19-2010
  • Re: Beogram 3000 playing too fast...

    The cone is brass,and secured to the spindle by a tiny inset screw in the base of the cone.You should be able to loosen it with a jewellers type screwdriver,but be careful not to damage the head.A little heat may help,as they often put some thread locking stuff there to prevent the screw working loose.. Give the idler tyre a good clean with meths while
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by solderon29 on 08-16-2010
  • Re: Beogram 3000 playing too fast...

    The speed is varied by moving an intermediate drive wheel up and down a cone shaped sleeve fitted to the motor spindle.The position of the cone on the spindle can be adjusted.Might give you more range? The belt is crucial,if you have'nt replaced it recently,make sure a replacement is the correct one for the 5228. Nick
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by solderon29 on 08-15-2010
  • Re: Beocenter 3500

    Just a thought,have you released the transit screw's?
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by solderon29 on 08-15-2010
  • Re: Changing from SKY to Freesat

    You have Sky Plus at present presumeably? I'd stay with Sky,but praps trade down to a lower subscription package,you will still get all the Freesat channels,plus a good selection of basic Sky channels.Avoid the hassle of changing your box etc,and keep the very logical ease of use of the Sky/B&O configuration? Just my "two-pennerth"
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by solderon29 on 07-28-2010
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