BeoGram Record Decks
Production: 1983 - 1987
Documents: Schematic, Service Manual
Beogram 2000 was designed to complement Beomaster 2000 (or Beomaster 3000) as part of the Beosystem 2000. Looking similar to the machine which it replaced: the Beogram 1800, with its acres of aluminum cladding, this newer model fit with a slightly better version of the celebrated MMC range of cartridges, Datalink connectivity and a ‘repeat’ button for repeat playback of your discs (up to seven times).
One of the last of the radial turntables to be made, Beogram 2000 was fitted with a very lightweight platter to minimize torque upon starting. It was both popular and versatile and effortless to use. It also treated your discs with utmost care and respect at all times.
5821 (1983 - March 1988)
AUS 5825 (1983 - Sept 1986)
US 5823 (1983 - May 1987)
Speeds: 33 - 45 rpm
Speed deviation < +/- 0.2 %
Wow and flutter DIN < +/- 0.07 %
Rumble DIN weighted > 75 dB
Rumble DIN unweighted > 55 dB
MMC 4 cartridge
Recommended tracking force 12 mN / 1.2 g
5821-5825: 190 - 265 (90 - 130) V
2823: 120 V
Power consumption: < 10 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 42 x 8 x 32.4cm
Weight 6 kg
Link compatibility: Data Link
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