Replacing Beovision 6000, the Beovision 6002 was an equally luxurious television set. It was more slimline that its forerunner and utilised a 26″ colour 20AX tube that had just been introduced at the time.
Looks-wise the newer version still retained its beautifully-finished real-wood vennered cabinet with tambour door allowing access to the TV itself.
The new set featured the similarly-looking remote control handset with its ‘hill and dale’ feature. The technical details remained the same as for the Beovision 6000. Teletext could be fitted to the set if required.
A wooden undercarriage complete with smooth-running castors both supported the set and allowed it to be moved easily.
Beovision 6002 was replaced by another luxury set, the Beovision 9000, in 1981.
Type number: 3532
CTV system IPAL
Picture size: 66cm nominal
Cabinet: wood with tambour doors
Number of programmes: 8, UHF channels 21 - 69
Picture tube: 110 degrees in-line
Start time: approx 5 seconds
Speaker: forward-facing pressure chamber
Aerial impedance: 75 ohms coaxial
Power output EMS 1000 Hz 6.5 watts
Distortion at specified output < 0.8 %
Amplifier: +/- 1.5 dB 60 - 15,000 Hz
Acoustical: +/- 10 dB 60 - 20,000 Hz
Bass control: +/- 5 dB / 100 Hz
Treble control: +/- 10 dB / 10,000 Hz
Power supply: 180 - 265 V
Power consumption: 115 W
Standby: 1.5 W
Dimensions (WxHxD): 77 x 48 x 48cm/40Kg
Finishes: teak or rosewood
Standard features: Self-styled legs, Headphone/ext speaker output, Channel indication
Optional accessories: Tape/amp, o/p kit, Teletext decoder