Both the Beovision 3000 and 3300 models were fitted with 20″ 20AX color tubes and were the smallest of the range of televisions at time of sale.
Whereas the Beovision 3000 was controlled manually, the 3300 had the added benefit of an ultrasonic remote control - the Beovision Control Module. Other than that, both sets were technically specified the same.
The high-quality sound was obtained through the forward-facing pressure chamber speaker which handled an impressive 6,5W.
The cabinets were designed by David Lewis and Henning Moldenhawer and set the design of most all other TVs throughout the 1980s.
The two small sets were replaced by the Beovision 5000 and 5500.
Beovision 3300 Specifications
3537 ( 1978 - July 1981)
16 CH 3539 ( 1978 - Oct 1981)
GB 3538 ( 1978 - Nov 1980)
Picture size: 51 cm
Cabinet: wood veneer
Cordless remote control
Start time Ca. 5 sec
Automatic cut off
Number of programs 8 VHF - UHF
Ranges VHF 2 - 12, UHF 21 - 69
Speaker: forward-facing pressure chamber
Deflection angle: 110° in line
Aerial impedance: 75 ohms coaxial common VHF - UHF
Power output EMS: 1000 Hz 6.5 W
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
Stand by 1.5 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 62.5 x 40 x 38.5cm