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  • Wiring diagram for TV stand

    Morning all! I wonder if anyone could please help - my other half's son, bless him, moved the AV9000 the other day - and didn't realise that the wire which connects the TV to the sound unit was still plugged in when he detached them (fortunately only the one for the stand to rotate, not one of the system-critical ones!!). So - I now have a 4
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 03-29-2009
  • Re: THE JUNE '08 PRIZE DRAW

    Or perhaps a RedHat!! :-) Bring back PDB, I've never one anything but I'm pinning all my hopes on him......
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 07-06-2008
  • Re: Prize draw

    Hey all... I've been away for a few months, did I miss anything?! :-) Lee, is there any way I can go back and check the last few months prize draws please? You never know... Thanks! Alex
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 06-09-2008
  • Re: Bang & Olufsen Store rated as Best Independent Retailer 2006-2007

    Well done, Gavin! So when is an STB bracket going to appear as a prize draw item? :-)
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 11-02-2007
  • Re: Avant and Xbox 360

    When you say it's a 50Hz model, are you reading that off the ID sticker on the back? If so, that probably refers to the input voltage frequency, not necessarily the screen refresh. I'm no expert, but if it runs the Xbox, then whatever you do, don't... let... it... know. :-)
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 11-02-2007
  • Re: Problem with the BG6006

    Hey Sveifors, Ignoring the possiblity of simply a sticky hinge at the end of the pickup arm, or an iffy control servo, have you considered that it may be a dirty or disfunctional "laser eye"? I believe the whole point of these was to prevent the stylus being lowered onto a bare platter, and if it is playing up I would probably expect symptoms
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 10-03-2007
  • Re: BeoLab Penta: Front Panel of the amplifier

    Is that the grey panel or speaker fret you're referring to? I presume it's the plastic panel... if so, you could simply use a little blue-tack! It's hardly a pristine repair but it should hold it... Good luck, Alex.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 10-03-2007
  • Re: SHIFT on BEO4 and other remotes

    Shift on B&O remotes is a lot like Shift on the PC keyboard - it opens up a lot of secondary features. On the Beolink 1000, for example, I found out by chance that Shift+A.Tape will turn on the second Tape input on my Beocentre 8500, and it's very similar on the Beo4 - uncommon controls are accessed by Shift instead of being given their own
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 10-03-2007
  • Re: Transporting a BeoVision Avant 32

    Now that's something I hadn't thought of! I often think I should keep an inflatable bed in the back of the estate, but I don't think anyone'd believe it's for transporting TV's on...!! So is that why your handle's Hovercrafter? I seem to recall Tesco's used to have inflatable single mattresses quite cheap, I wonder if
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 10-03-2007
  • Re: Light Control

    How's the development going? I'm in London and have a selection of B&O equipment and remotes, let me know if I can help with the testing!! I'd love to see the prototypes.... :-) Alex
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Alex Barnett on 10-03-2007
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