BeoCord Reel to Reel
Production: 1963 - 1964
Beocord Stereomaster was a reel-to-reel tape recorder which was novel for its time in that it had an Automatic Stop Function for if the tape should break during play. There were two variations - Type T was designed to be transportable; Type K was designed for a more static position.
The tape recorder is ready to plug in as the connections have been built in the bottom of the furniture cabinet.
The new B&O Beocord Stereomaster Tape Recorder is the ideal recorder for the discriminating tape amateur. For the first time in the world, you can have an amateur tape recorder with a built-in mixing panel for simultaneous mixing of three input signals.