We know Bang & Olufsen for keeping things current in the world of audiovisual works of art. This time however, the brand is going back to the glory days of vinyl by restoring the 1970s Beogram 4000C Turntable and making it available through a limited release of just 95 units. As a part of the Bang & Olufsen Classics project, the Beogram 4000C has been made modern at the same facility where they were originally made. The Danish brand searched the world for these 95 units, and brought them back to iconic condition at their factory in Struer, Denmark. The iconic Beogram 4000C is a turntable enclosed in a wooden case. It opens to reveal a zinc cast 300mm turntable that has belt drive to play both records at both 33 rpm, and 45 rpm. A handy push button pad allows users to change speeds, start, stop, and search tracks on your record with a sensor beside the needle. The Beogram 4000C announces the Bang & Olufsen Classic project that will go on to reintroduce other archival pieces from the Danish brand’s past. The player comes also as a celebration of B&O’s 95th Anniversary, and is priced at $11,500 per unit. Get more information about this throwback vinyl player at Bang & Olufsen.
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