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  • Beomedia internal wiring - can anybody help?

    Hi I have just purchased a broken Beomedia 1 (PSU problem). I have fixed (recapped) the PSU but whilst removing the DC-DC converter that sits on top of the motherboard to change its caps, I inadvertently pulled the two small wire that are connected between the motherboard and the PCI card off the motherboard. Looking at the user manual for the motherboard
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 12-21-2010
  • Re: THE BEOWORLD PRIZE DRAW - OCTOBER 2010 !!

    Congratulations to all the winners
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by richtoy on 10-31-2010
  • Re: Decoding Datalink

    [quote user="tournedos"] Nothing new from this side... but the trigger circuit would be a high gain amp (one or two transistors, or an opamp), couple of rectifying diodes and an RC filter. Using a suitable microcontroller with an A/D converter, you could do it all in software. [/quote] Are you saying that it can be done with just a suitable
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 09-12-2010
  • Re: Decoding Datalink

    How is the development of the datalink device going? I think I need one in order to be able to turn on my bedroom mounted BM4500 from a Logitech Duet that I would like to use as an wakeup alarm. The BM4500 is connected to an MX5500 via an AUX cable and my intention was to use either the unused TAPE or CD inputs for the Duet. The device would need to
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 09-12-2010
  • Re: MX7000 with wierd colour problem (PAL colour bars in wrong order)

    Well tonight I traced all 3 solid colour signals all the way through to the tube neck. They are all as expected but give the wrong colour[:'(] When the set came on today however there was significant colour bleed (the other primary colour) at the corners of the picture. It was almost as if the convergence was out. I switched back to normal TV and
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 08-30-2010
  • Re: MX7000 with wierd colour problem (PAL colour bars in wrong order)

    Thanks for your reply Colin. By "performing readjustment of the colour subcarrier frequency" I presume you mean the PLL ref osc i.e 12C48? Today I did some more investigation. First of all the colour bars appeared in colour today from the outset with the output set to either RGB or composite and the TV is fitted with the PAL/SECAM varient
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 08-29-2010
  • MX7000 with wierd colour problem (PAL colour bars in wrong order)

    I have just aquired an nice condition MX7000 with what appears to be a wierd fault. The picture has something wrong with colour, it is mainly black and white but some colour is present but obviously incorrect. I hooked up a DVD with some test images (Y/CVBS video output) and the PAL colour bars appear but in black and white. If I switch the video output
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 08-28-2010
  • Re: Can people tell me what exactly is the point of mp3, ipods, etc......?

    [quote user="9 LEE"] [quote user="j0hnbarker"] [quote user="Puncher"] I prefer CD's for intimate occasions - it prevents having to stop what you're doing to change the disc over! [/quote] I find 45s are more than adequate playing time.... [/quote] I find the 30 second sample on itunes more than enough these days
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by richtoy on 08-26-2010
  • Re: Someone's spent too much time in the shed....

    Is the tuner in a Beovison/Beocenter 1 country specific like the MX6/7000 range or will a UK tv work in NL? Richard
    Posted to eBay - the right way! (Forum) by richtoy on 08-20-2010
  • Re: It's a sad day! - BC9000

    I have restored two BC9000s. You just need to be careful when it is opened. I recall some kind of strap that you fix the stay in to stop the top opening too far will easily break because it has perished. The heavy top can now move too far and may break/bend its mountings. The recap is straightforward.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 08-04-2010
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