BeoVision 3602


Production: 1977 - 1979

Like other Bang & Olufsen colour TVs, Beovision 3602 had the automatic cut-off regulating circuit which ensured natural colours throughout the set's useful lifetime. The in-line picture tube allowed for easier and better convergence in order to avoid the usual discoloured edges - not least when viewing a black & white transmission.

Internally the Beovision 3602 was identical to the Beovision 3502 so one obtained the same outstanding picture quality and equally good sound reproduction from the large, forward-facing loudspeaker.

On the easy-touch panel one could select programmes and turn on the set in the same action. Regulators that are not used often are hidden in tow touch-release compartments - one for sound and one for video adjustments. Power consumption was exceedingly low - only 110 watts and the low heat generation made this set suitable for placing in a shelving unit.

Optional accessories: Mobile X-shaped undercarriage or trumpet-shaped stand, both in polished alloy.

BeoVision 3602 technical specifications

Market: GB
Type: 3508 - 1977-04/79 
Type: 3509 - 1977-12/78 

Picture size 22" - 56 cm 
Cabinet Wood 
Start time Ca. 5 sec. 
Automatic Aut. cut off 
Number of programs 8 VHF - UHF 
Easy touch 
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 
Sound section
Power output EMS 1000 Hz 6.5 watts 
Distortion at specified output < 0.8 % 
Frequency responce
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 volts 
Power consumption 115 watts 
Stand by 1.5 watts 

Dimensions W x H x D 61 x 41 x 42 cm 
Weight 27 kg

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