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  • Re: Everything is different now ...

    Another thought... Steve Jobs is always thinking way ahead of the pack. He put out these two devices, the iPhone and iPod touch - both are palm-top computers with wifi. TV (in the US) is going all digital in Feb 2009. Currently, the FCC has mandates that the space between assigned frequencies used by analog TV distribution remain free. When TV goes
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 07-12-2008
  • Re: Beosound 9000 with a regular amp

    The auxiliary port is input. If the DIN cable you purchased is DIN to RCA, try connecting it to the "PowerLink1" or "PowerLink2" connecter and the RCA plugs to an analog pre-amp input on your receiver. -Rob
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 06-28-2008
  • Re: Bang to Computer

    I have two airport expresses plugged in behind two separate stereos. I can log into any machine (on the wireless network) open itunes, and select to send music to one or both of the systems. It is simple and sounds great. Good Luck! Rob
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 05-22-2008
  • Re: Just got a Beosystem 4500! Girlfriend slightly angry!

    You people got off cheap! When my wife saw what I paid for the new BS9000 and matching BL8000 she suffered from mild "sticker shock" -- she may have actually hemorrhaged. However, I sat her down and played some of her favorite music and all was forgotten... well almost... I also had to install a new stereo in her car including new speakers
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 04-23-2008
  • Re: Beogram 4000 blows fuses

    A bad capacitor will "short". So, yes, it could definitely cause a fuse to blow. If you have an "ohm meter", check the resistance across the leads on the capacitor. You can test it on the board; no need to remove it. A good capacitor will show moderate resistance when power is attached and quickly approach infinite resistance (within
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 04-22-2008
  • Re: Beocenter 9500

    Don't listen to him... it's junk... the face is broken! Heck, it probably can't be repaired. I doubt it's worth $5, er... but I am a generous type, I'll give you $20 "as is" and no questions asked... really... PS - Ric, do not read the rest. (Do you think he's "buying" this? And where can I order that face
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 04-19-2008
  • Re: My problem with B&O

    Can the Beocomm base station change wireless frequencies? If you're experiencing interference with a wireless network (and the original post did not mention it, so I mean 'in general'), simply change the wireless hub/router/etc...'s frequency. Note, the only frequencies that do not overlap are 1,6, and 11. -R
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 04-14-2008
  • Re: Amazed by sound repoduction of Beogram CD 7000

    I haven't sat and scrutinized the reproduction but I will say that my BeoGram 6500 CD player sounds every bit as good as my BeoSound 9000 when playing through the BS or the BM6500. The one thing I appreciate about both systems, is consistent sound quality. Is the difference with your really noticeable? Are you connecting the BG to the BS's AUX
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 04-12-2008
  • Re: B&O in movies

    "About a Boy" - BS9000 and BL8000. "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" - BS9000 and BL8000. And my oddest sighting to date: Married with Children (1988), "Master the Possibilities" - at the very end of the episode, Al is working as Room Service in a hotel, and as they pan the room, there is a BeoSystem 5000 with the MCP on the
    Posted to Music & Film (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 04-06-2008
  • Re: Speaker recommendations for a BM6500

    Thanks again everyone for the input. I think I have been convinced to buy a set of passive speakers... Now I just have to work within the bounds my wife set out (no wood grain veneers, nothing too big, etc...) I agree with the comments about not using a subwoofer for music. And of course, I did not miss those CX100s on ebay, but I am looking for something
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by srywrgnbr on 04-06-2008
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