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BeoLit 707

BeoLit Portable Radio

Production: 1975 - 07/1981

Designer: Jacob Jensen

Documents: Service Manual

Beolit 707 received transmissions on the FM, LW and MW bands and offered a full 1W of undistorted sound. Its wide frequency range meant that the set sounded perfect for all types of transmissions. The radio was provided with AFC on the FM band to allow for clean, sharp reception. It had a good-sized, high-quality speaker together with a retractable telescopic aerial and six programme indicators (which slid across the top tuning scale) for ease of tuning in to one’s favorite radio stations. The operation was simple and hassle-free. A connection for a tape recorder was also included.

BeoLit 707 technical specifications

Type: 1515 (1975 - July 1981) 

FM tuner 87.5 - 104 MHz 
Sensitivity 26 dB < 1.2 µV / 75 ohms 
AM tuner LW 147 - 350 kHz 
AM tuner MW 520 - 1610 kHz 

Power output at specified distortion 1000 Hz RMS: 1 W / 4 ohms 
Speaker impedance 4 ohms 
Harmonic distortion 1000 Hz, 50 mV output < 0.8% 1000 Hz at specified output < 2% 
Frequency range +/- 1.5 dB 90 - 15,000 Hz 

Dry cells: 5 batteries. 33 x 60.5mm 
Voltage 220 - 240 V 
Power consumption 0.7 - 5 W 

Dimensions W x D x H: 36 x 22 x 6cm 
Weight 2.91kg