BeoGram Record Decks
Production: 1972 - 12/1975
Beogram 3000 was manufactured to be used with Beomaster 3000. Similar to the rest of the Beogram 1200range, Beogram 3000 was fitted with the SP10A pickup and could be used with a separate pre-amplifier (see details). It was mainly well screened against external vibrations and shocks which meant that there was a high level of protection for your records and your pickup stylus.
The transparent lid on this model was particularly well-hinged in that the hinge was able to hold the top in any variety of angles.
The record deck was provided with the SP10A pickup, the last bang & Olufsen record deck to be sold with an SP-type cartridge.
Fully automatic, this record deck was highly desirable in its day.
5210 (1972 - Dec 1975)
5211 (1972 - Dec 1975)
5228 (1972 - Sept 1975)
5241 (1972 - Sept 1975)
USA 5231 (1972 - Sept 1975)
Speeds: 33,3 and 45 rpm
Rumble Better than 60 dB (DIN B)
Wow and flutter +/- 0.06% RMS
Vernier adjustment 6%
Antiskating device: built-in
Stylus pressure adjustment 0 - 3.5 g (ponds)
Pickup: SP 12 A
Stylus pressure 1.2 g (pond)
Output: 5 mV - 1000 Hz / 47 k ohms
Voltage: 110 - 130 / 220 - 240 V AC
Power consumption: 10 W
Dimensions W x H x D 44 x 11.5 x 33cm
Accessories: Pre-amplifier Type 8905306
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