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Beovision 6002

BeoVision

Production: 1977 - 09/1982

Designer: Henning Moldenhawer David Lewis

Replacing Beovision 6000, the  Beovision 6002 was an equally luxurious television set. It was more slimline that its forerunner and utilised a 26″ colour 20AX tube that had just been introduced at the time.

Looks-wise the newer version still retained its beautifully-finished real-wood vennered cabinet with tambour door allowing access to the TV itself.

The new set featured the similarly-looking remote control handset with its ‘hill and dale’ feature.  The technical details remained the same as for the Beovision 6000.  Teletext could be fitted to the set if required.

A wooden undercarriage complete with smooth-running castors both supported the set and allowed it to be moved easily.

Beovision 6002 was replaced by another luxury set, the Beovision 9000, in 1981.

Beovision 6002 technical specifications

Type number: 3532 
CTV system IPAL 
Picture size: 66cm nominal 
Cabinet: wood with tambour doors 
Number of programmes: 8, UHF channels 21 - 69 
Picture tube: 110 degrees in-line 
Start time: approx 5 seconds 
Speaker: forward-facing pressure chamber 
Aerial impedance: 75 ohms coaxial 
Sound section: 
Power output EMS 1000 Hz 6.5 watts 
Distortion at specified output < 0.8 % 
Frequency response 
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 
Standby: 1.5 W 
Dimensions (WxHxD): 77 x 48 x 48cm/40Kg 
Finishes: teak or rosewood 
Standard features: Self-styled legs, Headphone/ext speaker output, Channel indication 
Optional accessories: Tape/amp, o/p kit, Teletext decoder