Production: 1970 - 1971
Replacing the Beovision 3000, Beovision 3200 looked very similar to its predecessor but utilized a new type of tube which was a couple of centimeters wider across its viewing screen and had lost its rounded look to include sharper, acuter corners.
With its newer, modern looks the set remained and performed very much as before but fitted with a slightly larger loudspeaker beneath its screen. A hidden compartment allowed for fine adjustments to the Beovision’s settings. Two loudspeakers were incorporated within the set to give a full range of sound.
Beovision 3200 was replaced by Beovision 3400.
3613 (1970 - Dec 1971)
SJ 3614 (1970 - Dec 1971)
SJ, GB 3618 (1970 - Dec 1971)
Picture tube: 26-in. A 65 - 120 X
Dimensions W x H x D: 74.7 x 85.7 x 57cm
Weight: 55 kg
Voltage: 200 - 220 - 240 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power consumption: 330 W
Tuning: VHF (bands I and III), channels 2 - 11, or UHF (channel 21 - 70)
Power output: 3.5 W at 10 % distortion
Distortion: less than 1 % at 3 W
Speakers: one forward-facing speaker in undercarriage, full tonal range; one side-facing mid-range and bass speaker
Tone control range: bass +/- 12 dB at 100 Hz
Treble: +/- 12 dB at 10,000 Hz
Sound detector: ratio detector
Sound intermediate frequency: 6 MHz - 2 stages
Connections: Inputs VHF aerial, 75 ohms unbalanced
UHF aerial, 75 ohms unbalanced
Outputs: extension speaker, 3 - 5 ohms (switching feature provided in speaker socket
Connection of a tape recorder requires installation of a Type 3031 transformer
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