Bang and Olufsen are known for creating premium audio experiences through their line-up of speakers, headphones, televisions, and accessories using the latest technological advancements. The company has implemented a new project surrounding the rebirth of past produced products named the Classics Initiative. The first focus of the new venture is the Beogram 4000c, a turntable developed in the 1970s. Bang and Olufsen have relocated 95 units, taking them back to their Denmark headquarter, where they are vigorously cleaned and fitted with new parts if needed. Each Beogram 4000c is individually tested and fined tuned to meet Bang and Olufsen’s exacting specifications. The limited release pays homage to the company’s 95th anniversary, each unit individually numbered. The turntables will be available for purchase on October 19th for the price of 10,000 EUR. Stay up to date with the release and shop Bang and Olufsen’s audio collection by clicking the link below.
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