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  • Set audio master clock via BM-Link?

    Even though I bought my BeoSound 3000 in 2005, it's clock technology is decidedly pre-1990. Every 6 months I need to move its clock ahead or back an hour depending on whether or not daylight savings time is in effect. Would it be possible for a computer to control the BeoSound 3000 clock? I know that BM-Link does not currently have such a clock
    Posted to Beo-Mac (Forum) by tugster on 06-16-2008
  • Re: Beo5 Software

    I really wonder about this strategy of not distributing the software and forcing the customers to bring their device back to the dealer every time they want to adjust an option. This would be akin to a shoe store forcing you to bring back your shoes when you want to put new shoe laces on them! I suspect the days of the dedicated, limited functionality
    Posted to The Beo5 & Beo6 Remote Forum (Forum) by tugster on 02-24-2008
  • Re: Disassembling a Beo4

    Unfortunately, after just a few hours the Beo4 reverted back to its permanent V.MEM display. No amount of opening and re-cleaning of the contacts has made any difference this time. So, I'll just assume the Beo4 is permanently hosed.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by tugster on 02-24-2008
  • Re: Disassembling a Beo4

    Thanks, marcus_m, that fixed it! Just to be clear, there is a small, corrugated metal clip that presses the contacts from the circuit board to the clear plastic liner that cover all the button bubble contacts. It is located between where the red and black wires from the battery feed into the circuit board. I removed that clip, and peeled away the plastic
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by tugster on 02-10-2008
  • Re: Disassembling a Beo4

    damatt: See the red dots on the picture below Excellent. The screw under the serial # sticker was the one I missed. Anyways, I opened and disassembled the rest of the Beo4 but could not find any obvious signs of moisture remaining in the unit. Unfortunately, when it powers up it continues to show only V.MEM after any button is pressed. Is there anything
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by tugster on 02-09-2008
  • Disassembling a Beo4

    My Beo4 remote got left out in the rain, and now all it does is say "TV", and if I any button it goes to "V.MEM". My guess is that there is a bit of moisture trapped around the buttons. Does anyone have experience in disassembling the Beo4? I removed the back and the 3 small screws. However, the front plate with the buttons/screen
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by tugster on 02-08-2008
  • Re: NTSC to PAL Converter in Denmark?

    Thanks, Keith. Also, is it correct to assume that the BeoVision LE6000 does not support progressive scanning or acceptance of component inputs on the SCART sockets? In other words, setting the WII to output in 480p mode to a component video cable would do no good in the case of the LE6000.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by tugster on 01-15-2008
  • NTSC to PAL Converter in Denmark?

    I just gave one of my friends in Denmark a US version of the Nintendo WII. He is able to connect the game to his BeoVision LE6000 just fine, but the picture appears in black and white. I believe this is due to the US WII outputting an NTSC signal. And I think this tv is too old to handle both NTSC and PAL as do most tv's made in the past 5 years
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by tugster on 01-14-2008
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