Production: 1973 - 1976
Replacing the Beomaster 3000, Beomaster 3000.2 had the same specifications as its predecessor although had been slightly improved internally to represent both technology’s onward advances as well as the company’s desire to satiate the requirements of its demanding customers who had always expected the best from Bang & Olufsen and the products which it manufactured.
Bang & Olufsen with Jacob Jensen were given 1972 iF Award for their design of the Beomaster 3000.2
The Beomaster 3000.2 was included within New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Design Collection in 1972.
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