BeoVision 400


Production: 1965 - 1966

Three great Bang & Olufsen designers all working together, the 16″ Beovision 400 was the result of the collaboration in 1965 between David Lewis and Henning Moldenhawer while working under the jurisdiction of Jacob Jensen.

BeoVision 400 technical specifications

Sound Detector Ratio detector 
Sound IF 5,5 Mc/s 4 circuits (2 bandpass filters) 
Supply voltage 220 V AC or 12 V DC 
Stabilized against mains-voltage variations 
May be altered for operation from 240 V AC or 200 V AC 
Control Circuit Line-pulse controlled automatic gain control 
Fuses One 4-amp. rapid-acting; one 400-mA rapid-acting; one 80-mA rapid-acting 
Synchronization Automatic line hold; Vertical hold adjustable using potentiometer on rear plate 
Fly-back Fly-back lines blanked for both horizontal and vertical deflection 
Power Output 1,3 W 
Weight 14 kg (inclusive of UHF unit) 

VHF tuning Coil turret with automatic fine tuning using mechanical memory device 
UHF tuning Continuous 
UHF Aerial impedance 240 ohms balanced 
UHF Aerial impedance 240 ohms balanced 
Controls Knobs: Volume control, tone control, brightness control, contrast control, selector, UHF tuning vertical hol 
Push-buttons: On/Off switch, UHF/VHF switch 
Picture dimensions 16 in 
Video IF 38,9 Mc/s. 12 circuits (4 bandpass filters, 3 series raps for sound and adjacent channels, and a 5,5 Mc/s. series trap) 
Wave bands VHF-channels 2-11 
UHF channels 21-70 
Power consumption 50 W on 220 V 
Approx. 2,5 amps on accumulator 
Speaker LE 460 
Dimensions W x H x D: 44 x 31,9 x 26,4cm 

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