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B&O is bringing back a turntable from the ’70s and it costs $11,000

Bang & Olufsen

It introduced the turntables again to the identical location in Denmark the place it created them virtually 50 years in the past. B&O engineers dismantled every turntable, cleaned each element and changed elements as wanted earlier than testing and fine-tuning it. 

The Beogram 4000c Recreated Restricted Version has a refreshed look, with a brand new hand-built stable oak body and a mud lid for defense. B&O polished and anodized the aluminum in a hotter champagne tone too. The turntable now has a high-performance stylus together with a RIAA phono pre-amplifier, which lets you hook it as much as your audio system over a phono or 3.5mm connection. 

B&O will exhibit the turntable at a few of its shops on October 12th and you can purchase one Beginning October 19th. Every unit is numbered and is available in a stable oak field. Fortunately, the Beogram 4000c Recreated Restricted Version has a five-year guarantee. 

Bang & Olufsen's Beogram 4000c Recreated Limited Edition

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