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  • Re: Beocenter 7700 7007 7000 wood trim interchangable?

    I agree with Martin. I found quite a few rosewood BC7700 for sale in Holland and it took me quite a while before my white BC7700 finally came up. Maybe the white ones were preferrred in the North... Richard
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by richtoy on 04-12-2010
  • Re: MX6000 has blurred picture during power up.

    Hello again Bart The internal settings of the external devices is important. Most DVDs and STBs allow you to select either RGB or CVBS (composite) as their method of output on SCART. If you select RGB then the signals take a different path on the video/sound switching board and completely bypass parts of the PAL decoder. If you select CVBS, this signal
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 03-25-2010
  • Re: MX6000 has blurred picture during power up.

    Hoi Bart, By blurred do you mean the picture is stable but there is ghosting? Are the digital tuner and or DVD set to RGB or CVBS output? If it happens with CVBS from both the tuner and SCART then it could be dry capacitors or a dry/cracked joint on the PAL decoder board or the video/sound switching board. If it only happens with CVBS from the tuner
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 03-25-2010
  • Re: Fitting RDS kit in BC2300, difficult or easy and is it worth it?

    I recently transferrd a RDS board between a BC2500 and an Overture. It was very straightforward. The existing display now displays RDS information rather than generic information. However, I think you may be disappointed because I don't think that all of the RDS options you mention are available. All I have seen is the station name. I have an RDS
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 03-19-2010
  • Re: Beocenter 9000

    Hello and welcome to Beoworld. I am fairly sure that a replacement CD unit is not available. However, changing the electrolytic capacitors on the CD unit and its control board will probably be enough to bring it back to life. I have made the replacement to two BC9000s and it was 100% successful; they even played CDRs after the repair... Richard
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 01-08-2010
  • Re: What's playing RIGHT NOW?

    J.S. Bach - Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor BWV 582 (Karl Richter) Now this is a piece that would exercise a pair of BL5s....
    Posted to Music & Film (Forum) by richtoy on 12-21-2009
  • Re: Workshop MX3500 MX5500 How to repair and test this TV , common faults

    I have an LX5500 that has these symptoms: - The picture is ok when it first powers up (cold) but after a few minutes it gives a kind of echo on the left side of all images that varies in size with time. First it gets bigger and then it slowly (20 min) goes completely and the picture is good. Here's a picture Is this what you mean by this ?: - "The
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 12-13-2009
  • Re: Beovision 3/32 stby only

    Congratulations Sorry for the reply, i've been to a party You must be mistaken with pin 12. If you look at the wiring diagram in the service manual then nothing goes to pin 12. Are you counting the in the right direction? The only doc I can find has the following: - 1 DYNFOC 2 STATFOC 5 G1 6 Green cathode 7 G2 8 Red cathode 9 Heater 10 Heater 11
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 12-12-2009
  • Re: Beovision 3/32 stby only

    Just power down, remove the mains plug and you should be ok to test straight away. I brought a set with a fault like this complete with a surround module and STB controller and the set lasted 6 months. I have kept the chassis & speakers and had already moved the modules to one of the other BV3/32s I have. Richard
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 12-12-2009
  • Re: Beovision 3/32 stby only

    Remove the board from the neck of the tube and then see if it switches on. If it does (you will get sound) then you probably have an internal short in the tube. You can check for this with a meter. With the board removed you should have infinite resistance between all combinations of pins except 9-10 which is the heater. The usual is a short between
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 12-12-2009
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