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  • Re: Reasonable Price to be paid for a HDR1 software update

    £0. They should do it for free. Mine does.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 07-30-2008
  • Re: Beolab 9's

    I purchased a set of Lab9's, and thought (and still do) the sound from them was awsome, I then borrowed a sub from a dealer and realised what a difference it makes (this is in a largeish room). The Lab 9s are really really nice, and produce great sound...But when you have the sub attached...you 'feel' the base, not just hear it. And that's
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 07-28-2008
  • Re: Does anybody use 4 BeoLab3 for a surround system ?

    I have 4 of these connected to a Beovision 9 (the Lounge). They sound great but ...I have a 'movie room' with 2 Beolab 9's (as fronts) and 2 Beolab 3 as rears, and a sub...The sound from the Lounge doesn't compare to the Movie room (obviously I guess)...Which is fine as I use the setup in the Lounge for general viewing, and use the movie
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 07-28-2008
  • Re: AppleTV Distribution?

    Not unless you downscale the signal, Beolink can't distribute HD signals, and none of the gear (Beomedia ect) downascales this autotmatically.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 07-09-2008
  • Re: Beocenter 2300 problems

    Hey Max..Don't know if this helps but... I have a Beosystem 2500, and used to have it hooked up to an Avant. Worked perfectly when I had it so I'd say you have a cabling problem or your 2300 is faulty.. My 2500 was purchased when they had very first come out and has never had the software updated on it, and has always worked.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 05-22-2008
  • Re: B&O TV Why?

    What a great thread....I'm more of a reader here than a poster (you might guess this from my post count)....But very few 4 page threads keep me going all the way through..!! This forum is about debate, and it should be encouraged. If Trip feels he can no longer post because of some of the replys he's getting, that is a sad day...Agree or disagree
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 05-07-2008
  • Re: b&o hdtv link - how ?

    Hey Trip, I think the pond is making all the difference here. Over her we baslically have 5 channels that transmit (an analog) signal on certian frequencies, and B&O use 'another' frequency (that we can set) to transmit any and all linked pictures to your linked TV. We do have digital here, not sure how thats goes into the mix though! So
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 05-02-2008
  • Re: b&o hdtv link - how ?

    Hey Trip, I'm not an expert on this, I only know the B&O kit I use. But this doesn't generate any additional traffic over the Coax, it simply distributes the picture (via a beosystem 3 in my case) across the link frequency on the exisiting coax, and sends the audio over the ML...exactly the same as distributing Sky HD to any other room.
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 05-01-2008
  • Re: b&o hdtv link - how ?

    Another thing you could try is this: http://www.gefen.com/gefentv/gtvproduct.jsp?prod_id=5280 Simply drops any HD signal to 480. Allowing you to distribute it over exisiting coax and ML cable. Works great for Apple TV. Obviously not HD picture quality, but allows you to listen to your iTunes and see what you're doing anywhere in the house (and control
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Beeanowefreak on 04-30-2008
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