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BeoSound 9000
Guide
Contents of the Guide
To get to know your Bang & Olufsen product,
two guides are at your disposal.
The Guide
BeoVision Avant
BeoVision Avant
Guide
Reference book
Your key to using BeoSound 9000
4 Principles of operation
5 Buttons on the operation panel
The Reference
book
Using the CD player
The Guide provides information on daily use.
The Reference book gives a thorough overview
of all aspects.
To the right, you find the contents of this Guide.
The main chapters of the Reference book are listed
below:
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7
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8
Loading CDs
CD playback
Playing tracks and CDs in random order
Choosing discs to include in a sequence
Using the radio
9 Switch on the radio
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Before you start, 6
How to set up BeoSound 9000, 7
Connect the cables, 10
Getting started, 12
Adjust the volume
10 Adjust the sound volume
• Set the time, 13
• Make BeoSound 9000 start or stop at a
specific time, 14
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Playing CDs , 18
Playing CDs in different ways, 20
Playing favourite CD tracks, 21
Name your CDs, 22
Positioning CDs, 23
Display CD information, 24
• Playing other sources , 25
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Using the radio, 26
Optimise radio sound, 27
Name radio stations, 28
Play your radio stations, 29
• Adjust and store sound settings, 30
• Using the Beo4 remote control, 31
• Use BeoSound 9000 with a video
system, 32
• Looking after BeoSound 9000, 34
• The PIN-code system, 36
3
Your key to using BeoSound 9000
The BeoSound 9000 contains 6 Compact Disc
compartments and a carriage moves between
compartments enabling CD playback. Move the
carriage by pressing the direct CD selection
button next to the CD compartment.
When you switch the BeoSound 9000 to
stand-by, the carriage will always situate
itself next to the operation panel and the CD
compartment number 1.
Load button
The load button is situated in a low position on
the BeoSound 9000.
NAMING
CLEAR
TUNE
P. NO.
PAUSE
EDITING
Direct CD selection button
A selection button is situated next to all 6
Compact Disc compartments.
Press this button to play the CD in the
compartment.
CLOCK
VOL
LOUDNESS
TIMER
CHECK
MUTE
VOL
BASS
TREBLE
OK
BALANCE
RESET
OK
CLEAR
NAMING
EDIT
SELECT
ON/OFF
RANDOM
OK
CD
AM/FM
OK
CLEAR
RADIO
Whether you place BeoSound 9000
on a table, vertically or horizontally
on the wall or on the specially
designed BeoSound 9000 stand, you
can adjust the position of the
operation panel in order to facilitate
your operation of the
BeoSound 9000.
Compact Disc player
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Your BeoSound 9000 is designed for
both close-up operation via the
BeoSound 9000 operation panel and
remote control operation via Beo4.
A. AUX
4
BeoSound 9000 operation panel
• Stand-by button
Socket for headphones
NOTE! Please refer to the Reference Book for
instructions of how to remove and replace the
operation panel.
5
Buttons on the operation panel
The buttons on the operation panel are
conveniently grouped according to type of
function, so you can easily find your way
around the panel while operating the system.
A. AUX function. The button enables you to
switch on extra audio equipment.
Stand-by function. The button switches
BeoSound 9000 to stand by.
TREBLE
BASS
RESET
TIMER
MUTE
CHECK
OK
ON/OFF
RANDOM
CD
TUNE
PAUSE
AM/FM
SELECT
EDITING
P. NO.
NAMING
CLEAR
NAMING
EDIT
OK
BALANCE
VOL
LOUDNESS
VOL
Sound adjustments. The
buttons give access to sound
adjustment functions:
VOL r and VOL u: Raise and
lower the volume level.
MUTE: Mutes or activates the
loudspeakers.
TREBLE, BASS, BALANCE and
LOUDNESS: Regulate the
sound from the loudspeakers.
RESET: Resets the settings for
sound to their default
settings.
CLOCK
OK
CLEAR
Timer functions. The buttons
give access to timer functions:
TIMER: Sets Timers for when
the BeoSound 9000 should
begin to play or switch off.
ON/OFF: On or off decides
where a timer will be heard or
executed.
CHECK: Checks your Timers.
CLEAR: Clears your Timers.
CLOCK: Sets or displays the
built-in clock.
RADIO
A. AUX
OK
CD functions. The buttons give
access to the CD functions:
CD: Plays the CD.
PAUSE: Pauses playback.
SELECT and EDITING:
Programming sequences of
discs and tracks.
RANDOM and EDIT: Operate
special random and edited
play functions for the CDs.
NAMING: Names discs and
sequences.
CLEAR: Clears programmed
values.
CLEAR
Radio functions. The buttons give access to
the radio functions:
RADIO: Plays the radio.
TUNE, AM/FM and P. NO.: Tune in to stations
and number them.
NAMING: Names stations.
CLEAR: Clears stations.
What’s on the display
The display keeps you informed about what
the BeoSound 9000 is doing and about
ongoing operations, e.g. playing a CD
sequence named GLENN MILLER. For details
in the operation of the display, see Switching
between displays in the Reference book.
If PIN appears in the display the first time you
activate a function, and you have not
received a PIN-code from your Bang &
Olufsen retailer, contact your retailer to
receive a PIN-code. For further information
about the PIN-code function, refer to the
chapter The PIN-code system on page 36 in
the Reference book.
Using the CD player
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When you have loaded your
BeoSound 9000 with 1–6 CDs, you
are ready to start playing your CDs.
When you press the CD button to
start playing, all information about
the CDs will be registered, e.g. the
number of tracks. All loaded CDs are
then played.
You can change between the different
CDs and the individual tracks, to
achieve the sequence of tracks you
prefer. You can also play CDs and
tracks on individual CDs in a random
order, using the random function.
After 12 hours of uninterrupted
playing, the BeoSound 9000 stops.
If you choose to listen to another
source, the CD player switches off
automatically.
Loading CDs
Pressing the load button raises the glass door.
You can load the CDs you want to play or
remove the CDs from their compartments.
Press to raise the glass
door
Press to lower the glass
door, or…
CD
…press to lower the
door and start playing
If the carriage is situated over the CD
compartment where you want to load a new CD,
simply press the direct selection button in front of
another CD compartment to make the carriage
move.
The CD must be loaded with the text side facing
you. Hold the CD by its edges and insert the CD
(top section). To unload the CD, hold it by its
edges and push the CD slightly forward to
release it.
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CD playback
Playing tracks in random order
Start playback of a CD by pressing the OK
button in the CD section of buttons. If you
want to play a specific CD, simply press the
direct CD selection button* placed next to
the CD compartment.
If you select the random play function you will
find that the tracks are played in a different
order each time the CDs or track series are
played.
CD
CD
Press to play a CD
m
Press to play the next
track
R ANDOM ON
Press to play the same
track again or press
twice to play the
previous track
R ANDOM OFF
p
PAUSE
Press to pause playback
CD
Press to resume playing
MUTE
Press to silence the
speakers. Press again to
recall the sound
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Press to switch to
stand-by
*The CD selection buttons can be also be used to
step through the tracks of your CDs. Press the
button once – and you select the CD, press it
continuosly – and you step through the tracks of
the chosen CD.
RANDOM
RANDOM
Press to start playing CD
Press to display
RANDOM ON and cut
in the random play
function
Press twice to display
RANDOM OFF and
cancel the random play
function
If you cancel the random play function while a CD
is playing, all the tracks beyond the current track
number will be played in chronological order,
even if they have already been played while the
random play function was cut in.
You can choose to combine the RANDOM
function with the EDIT function and play your
favourite tracks in a random order. You can also
combine these two functions with SELECT and
choose to play only your favourite tracks from e.g.
two CDs in random order.
NOTE! Please refer to the chapters Select and
store a series of tracks for one CD and Enable or
disable playback of a track series in the
Reference Book with respect to further details of
the EDIT function.
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>> Using the CD player
You can make BeoSound 9000 play your
favourite CDs in a particular sequence. Every
time a CD is included in the sequence, the red
indicator next to the CD compartment lights
up.
If you want to, you can override the chosen
disc sequence and listen to a CD not included
in the sequence. Press the direct CD selection
button next to the CD you want to hear, and
playback will start immediately.
Choosing discs to include in a
sequence
The CDs you have chosen will start playing in
numerical order and continue to play for 12
hours if uninterrupted.
CD
SELECT
You can also choose to leave out a CD which
has already been included in the sequence
but only if you are still in the SELECT option*.
You press the direct CD selection button
again next to a CD you have already included.
*NOTE! The SELECT option lasts for 25 seconds
from when you pressed SELECT. If you press a
direct selection button after the SELECT option
has ended, the disc you chose will start playback
immediately and override your sequence. When it
has finished playing, BeoSound 9000 will continue
playing the sequence you chose before.
SELEC T DISC
Press to start playback
of a CD
Press SELECT and
SELECT DISC will appear
in the display
Press the direct CD
selection buttons next
to the CDs you want to
include…
SELECT
Press SELECT to start
clearing a sequence and
play all six CDs
CLEAR
Press to clear the
sequence
Using the radio
To listen to the radio, you must first
find and store the frequencies of the
radio stations.
You can store up to 60 different radio
stations in your BeoSound 9000
(refer to the Reference book for
further information).
Switch on the radio
When you switch on the radio, it
automatically selects the station which you
last listened to, indicating on the display
which radio program is playing.
RADIO
Press to turn on the
radio
m
p
Press to step through
your radio programs
•
Press to switch to
stand-by
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Adjust the volume
10
If you store a volume level,
BeoSound 9000 will start playing at
this level each time you switch it on.
Please refer to Adjust and store
sound settings in the Reference book
for further information about
adjusting and storing volume levels.
Adjust the sound volume
While you are listening to the radio or CD
player, you can of course adjust the sound
volume, at any time.
VOL r
VOL u
Adjust the volume up or
down
MUTE
Silences the speakers
immediately. Press again
to recall the sound
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