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“Many friends afer listenintg to crisp natural sound...”

Written on: 23/01/2009 by zentub (1 review written)

Many friends afer listenintg to crisp natural sound purchased Bang and Olufsen Beogram 2000 speakers to compliment their sound systems, often people in the music industry.

It has never faultered and I can still pump the sound.

Using some free software called audacity you can convert your records to WAV or MP3 format for use on ipods and such.

The only problems have been caused by vandalism not by mechanical failure such as nieces pulling the plugs or ripping them, not realising they are angled.

My system has travelled thousands of miles and still looks like new, only now are modern systems catching up.

I do need to be able to get my system serviced after someone pulled the tape deck appart to see how it worked and the other vandalism was the ripping of plugs which caused one side left or right to fail, but it works fine if I plug it into the pc through the spare tape output sockets, using this I hav connected many additonal things over the years.

Mny dont know what the beosystem 2000 is anymore when I go into a B&O store and they never get secondhand ones in the repair and resale shop as they dont break down, at least not ones made pre 1990. Remote controls are just now reaching the point B&O offered 30 year ago. It should be noted that through B&O design of non resinating plastic we saw the revolution of sound systems shrinking as speakers could not handle the flimsy plastic previously.

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