As forerunner of the Beovision MX2000, the Beovision M20 also offered a screen size of 20″ but was more basic in both its internal components and the facilities which it provided.
With its log-line speaker system situated beneath the screen offering 2 x 7W, the TV was easy to transport although was not defined as “portable” as such. It was well suited to a study, kitchen or bedroom where main set features were not required. It was fitted with a stereo decoder and could be combined with a video recorder if desired. The Video Terminal was the remote control handset offered.
Because the television was one which paved the ground for the upcoming MX-range, lessons could be learned on this set in relation to the market place. No contrast screen was fitted to protect its picture tube from dust and scratches, a facility which was later added to the combined MX range.
Not popular at the time, the television was soon after replaced by the Beovision Beovision MX2000 in 1988.
3101 (1985 - Dec 1986)
D, TXT 3103 (1985 - Dec 1986)
F, TXT 3107 (1985 - May 1987)
GB 3104 (1985 - Oct 1985)
CTV system: B/G PAL S-tuner
Picture tube: size: 51cm
TV programmes: 1 - 21
VCR programmes: 9, 31, 32
AV programmes: 0, 33, 34
Satellite programme: 0, 100 channels (0 - 99)
Digital tuning system: VHF 2 - 12, S1 - S19, UHF 21 - 69
Picture tube: 110° in line, black matrix, self-converging
Start time: approx. 5 sec
Speakers: stereo log line system, 2 x 8cm
Sound power output: 2 x 7 W / 8 ohms
Harmonic distortion: < 0.5% 2 W, < 3% / 7 W
Intermodulation: < 1 %
Frequency range: +/- 1.5 dB 30 - 20000 Hz (25 - 25000 Hz +/- 6 dB)
Power bandwidth: 60 - 15000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio: > 50 dB
Bass control: +/- 10 dB / 60 Hz
Treble control: +/- 10 dB / 10000 Hz
Power supply: 220 - 240 V
Power consumption: 70 (50 - 120) W
Stand by: < 5 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 49 x 53 x 40cm
Weight: 23 kg
Connections: A/V, audio/video IN/OUT
Terminal: Video Terminal