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  • Is Prizebot too busy giving the server CPR?

    I presume the draw is officially postponed Well there's always another cold Belgian beer in the fridge I hope Prizebot gets his bits and bytes lined up for Monday...
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by richtoy on 10-31-2009
  • Re: Beomaster 1900-2 questions

    Hi The failed lamps will not cause your problem but if you are getting a lamp kit then I would recommend a capacitor kit too. Also change the bias trimmers and then see where you are. I think the 1900-2 was the first Beomaster I restored and it is still giving my son much pleasure. Another potential problem is a failed potentiometer (bass, treble or
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 10-31-2009
  • Re: Christmas came early for me this year

    Well today I had the boxes in bits to clean and work out how they work. I have photos but whenever I try to upload the server appears to freeze Anyway, there are 26 relays (13 in each box), the line in is simultaneously connected to all 5 line out via an attenuator/amplifier that is controlled by the 8 sliders. That means the a slider will only control
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by richtoy on 10-31-2009
  • Re: Christmas came early for me this year

    Well sort of. There are eight sliders which suggest that they allow the output to the speakers to be balanced and that is what the person that sold it to me suggested they do. What I can tell you is that it has an offical B&O sticker on the back: Beocomparator Series 02 The part numbers are 8802033 & 8802029. And it is number 0729 which suggest
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by richtoy on 10-30-2009
  • Christmas came early for me this year

    Look what I picked up today. It is just what I need and I did not even know it existed It allows 5 speaker sources to be switched to any 1 of 8 sets of speakers. Furthermore, it appears that in switching the speaker source you implicitly switch a single line input to one of 5 outputs.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by richtoy on 10-30-2009
  • Re: Windows 7 and Beoport

    But still no 64 bit support Will B&O ever get around to supporting this mainstream architechture?
    Posted to Beo-PC (Forum) by richtoy on 10-27-2009
  • Re: BeoVision 3-32 almost dead tube, then wait, it's all better again!?

    Well I brought a BV3/32 with a defective tube from Lifestyle AV (red flyback lines visible on menu screen) and fixed it using a homemade tube rejuvenator (40watt bulb and the mains ) This first attempt lasted 3 weeks before the internal short re-appeared so I attempted a mechanical fix. This involved my son and I holding the set with its back down towards
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by richtoy on 10-25-2009
  • Re: Need service manual for Beolab 6000

    Maybe someone with access to the online B&O service guides can tell us if your part number replaces the one in the hard copy service guide I have...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 10-21-2009
  • Re: Beomaster 4500

    Welcome to Beoworld A very sad but not uncommon end to wall mounted Beomaster 3/4500. The best you can hope for is someone selling a non-functional Beomaster3/4500 on Marktplaats (with a non broken glass) and then using it for its glass panel. Always remove all of the old failed tape with Brand Spirtus (methelated spirits) and re-glue with a small amount
    Posted to BeoWorld Dutch (Forum) by richtoy on 10-20-2009
  • Re: Need service manual for Beolab 6000

    Hi I have an original manual (I must send it to Peter for scanning) and it lists it as: - 8480248 Woofer. Richard
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by richtoy on 10-20-2009
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