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  • Beomaster 3000 (70's) user manual

    I found the service manual in the "User and Service Manual" section of the main site, but I was not able to find the user manual. Could anyone who has the user manual (not the service manual) please make a PDF copy available in the "User and Service Manuals" section of the main site. That would be very much appreciated! Many thanks
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by js on 02-07-2012
  • Immaculate Beolink 7000

    As it has seen little or no use over the last year or so, I am selling my beloved Beolink 7000 RDS type 1631, which I have onwed since new: - mint cosmetics: the alu plate, the glass plate and the body are all really immaculate (except one tiny dent at the bottom edge of the alu plate, which only a close inspection will reveal: see the red arrow on
    Posted to BeoWorld Private Sales (Forum) by js on 02-07-2012
  • BM3000(-2) power

    If I remember well: - the Beocentral website says there are only minor differences between the BM3000 and the BM3000-2 and that both have the same power; - but the book of the Jarman brothers says that the BM3000 was 2x30W and that the BM3000-2 was a more powerful version with 2x40W. Can anyone please confirm? Many thanks, js
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by js on 01-13-2012
  • Re: BM 3000-2 or 3500/4500?

    Hi Evan, many thanks for your comments. [quote user="Evan"] I would buy both! [/quote] Well, I am thinking about that as well I have a fully restored 3000-2, but I wonder whether a 4500 would be better for my purpose. Actually I need to drive a pair of Beolab 3 and I have two options with the 3000-2: - either take the pre-amp signal (a renowned
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by js on 12-14-2011
  • Re: BM 3000-2 or 3500/4500?

    Thanks dmacri. Does anyone have experience with the 1970's 3000-2 and 1990's 3500/4500 and can anyone tell which sounds best? Thanks, js
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by js on 12-13-2011
  • BL7000 reserve price?

    I am considering selling my Beolink 7000 on eBay but I am wondering about the reserve price. It is in mint condition (really immaculate, not any dent or scratch), perfectly working (red LEDs, dynamic LCD with blue backlight, touch screen, IR transmitters/receivers all faultless), fitted with new NiMH batteries, table top and original docs (but not boxed
    Posted to eBay - the right way! (Forum) by js on 12-13-2011
  • Re: Flash your B&O!

    [quote user="Krona"] Hi all, This is my Beosystem 5500 with Beovox M75, HRT Music Streamer ll DAC Converter and ASUS Eee PC 1001P. [/quote] Hi Krona, are you happy with your HRT Music Streamer? How would you describe the sound improvement? Thanks, js
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by js on 12-12-2011
  • Re: BM 3000-2 or 3500/4500?

    I edited my original post to simplify my question. I hope it is clearer this way Many thanks, js
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by js on 12-12-2011
  • Beolab3 - RCA/PL adapter and Line switch

    I wish to connect a pair of Beolab 3 to a preamp with RCA outputs. I have the appropriate Power Link Mk3 cables, so I only need to add a RCA male / Power Link female adapter. I went to two different B&O dealers and none was able to identify the right part (they did not even seem to understand that such part did exist and that the Beolab 3 switch
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by js on 12-09-2011
  • 1970's 3000-2 vs. 1990's 3500/4500

    EDIT I have the choice between two receivers for one of my setups: - a fully restored Beomaster 3000-2; or - a more recent Beomaster 3500/4500. As I cannot compare side-by-side before deciding: in your experience, which one will sound best? Not in terms of power, but purely in terms of sound quality (definition, transparency)? The old star or the more
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by js on 12-08-2011
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