BeoCord Reel to Reel
Production: 1968 - 1970
The Beocord 1800 (Types: 4132, 4133, 4138) stereo tape recorder was a much-respected 2- and 4-track open reel tape recorder having gained an iF Design Award in 1969 at the Hanover Fair for Jacob Jensen’s design skills. The machine offered three-speed record/playback but no mixing facilities. It was initially designed for Jensen’s much-admired Beolab 5000 System.
It was based upon Bang & Olufsen’s Beocord 2400 but lacked power amplifiers. It was replaced in the early 1970s by the Beocord 1200.
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