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  • Re: For all Beolab 1 users: Switch settings (corner/free-standing/wall)

    What I also like about Beolab 1 (and Beolab 6000's) is that for a ''small'' price (nothing is really small with B&O prices), you can get different color speaker covers. I have had silver ones on all of them the last four years. Recently I switched back to the original dark grey ones. Nice to change them from time to time!
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-16-2010
  • Re: For all Beolab 1 users: Switch settings (corner/free-standing/wall)

    [quote user="Razlaw"] I set both switches to maximize bass. [/quote] Just to make sure. Is that the free-standing position on the switch?
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-16-2010
  • For all Beolab 1 users: Switch settings (corner/free-standing/wall)

    I have a pair of Beolab 1's with a pair of Beolab 6000 as rears, connected to a Beovision 7-40 MKII with Beolab 7.2. For music on low sound levels I use all four speakers, because it fills the room with a nice ''surround'' sound. For television I just use the Beolab 7.2 (what a great television speaker!) and for DVD all 5 speakers
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-16-2010
  • Re: The Loudness Wars

    Abba, The Visitors. First DDD (Digital recording/Digital mixing/Digital mastering) CD in 1981. Great dynamics, full range, just put up the volume and enjoy. The 1997 remaster was bad, the 2001 remaster worse, the 2005 remaster a total disaster. Flatter sound, less dynamics and even added noise reduction on DDD masters! The first years, transferring
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-14-2010
  • Re: Goodbye BeoSound 9000 ?

    If the sheep are right. I sincerely apologise and state that their wool is the best thing since polyester.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-13-2010
  • Re: Goodbye BeoSound 9000 ?

    So the BeoSound 9000 stays. The sheep were wrong. Anybody for a big Eco Danish Sheep Kebab BBQ Fest in a field, lets say near The Farm in Streuer? Bring your own drinks. The meat is supplied as fresh as can be on location. Free of charge. We'll call Bang & Olufsen to put some Beolab 5 outdoors for party music. Any suggestions what we should
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-13-2010
  • Re: What are the best B&O items ever?

    Beosystem 7000 with Beolink 7000 on floor stand. Great quality, timeless design and fun to play with. Best cd player ever from B&O!!!
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-13-2010
  • Re: Goodbye BeoSound 9000 ?

    [quote user="petermc"] If the BS5 gets a CD player built in I will be very happy. One of the main things that annoys me about the current model is that I have to connect it to a computer. I would prefer to directly load onto it. Also the capacity should be nothing less that 2 tb and easily upgradeable at a later stage And it needs to integrate
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-12-2010
  • Re: B&O iPod Dock..

    Hopefully the sheep will be able to continue their 007 activities. But you never know. Too often sheep end up on kebab skewers, which tends to make them very silent.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-11-2010
  • Re: Goodbye BeoSound 9000 ?

    What a sad day when the CD and BeoSound 9000 are declared dead. Many people still have cabinets full of CD's and don't want to bother with putting everything on a computer or hard disk. It's always such a hassle and you have to keep on adding when you purchase new ones. Also, most of my old cd's still play perfectly and sound the same
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beolab1 on 08-10-2010
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