BeoGram Compact Disk Players
Production: 1992 - 05/1995
Hi-fi separates are quite simply the best way to obtain top-quality sound reproduction in your home and with that philosophy, the Beosystem separates’ system, developed by Jacob Jensen and the Bang & Olufsen Design Team in the mid-1980s, was born. Following on from Beogram CD5500 and Beogram CD6500, Beogram CD7000 came into being, adhering carefully to its close relatives’ footsteps.
Again little mechanically changed from its previous incarnation, Beogram CD7000 was pretty much the same as the Beogram CD5500 and 6500 versions had been apart from sporting its own badge and differing colors.
Wonderful machines, all of these separates - but especially those from the Beosystem 7000. Nowadays they are all highly desirable and sought after. There will come a time for sure, when it’s no longer economical to purchase these old machines as fewer and fewer engineers are able to repair them. But until that day comes… enjoy!
Beogram CD7000, one of the best.
Shown below is the Beogram CD7000 (bottom right) as part of the Beosystem 7000.
5151 ( 1992 - May 1995)
AUS 5155 ( 1992 - May 1985)
GB 5152 ( 1992 - May 1995)
J 5154 ( 1992 - May 1995)
USA 5153 ( 1992 - May 1995)
Frequency range: 3 - 20,000 Hz +/- 0.3 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: > 100 dB / 110 dB A-weighted
Dynamic range: > 96 dB
Harmonic distortion incl. noise: < 0.0025% at 0 dB;
< 0.025% at -20 dB
Channel separation: > 101 dB
Channel difference: < 0.08 dB
Converter system: 2 x 16 bit, 4 x oversampling 176.4
Low pass filter: Digital + Bessel/elliptical analogue
Damping: > 20,000 Hz > 50 dB
Phase error between L and R 0 degree at 20 - 20,000 Hz
Output analogue: 1.3 V RMS at 0 dB
Output, signal: For digital equipment
5151 EU 220 V
5155 AUS 240 V
5152 GB 240 V
5154 J 100 V
5153 USA 120 V
Power consumption: 23 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 42 x 7.5 x 32.5 cm
Weight: 6.3 kg