BeoGram 1202 Record Deck
Manufactured: 1972 - 1974
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: Rosewood, Teak,White
The Beogram 1202, although looking very similar to the earlier Beogram 1200, was an entirely new record deck and was far more sophisticated than the earlier model. It continued with the multi-peg system of record support - possibly the decks greatest weakness - and also lacked the hinged lid of the Beogram 3000 to which it was otherwise practically identical. This is the 1200 type deck to own!
The operating system was simplified from the 1200 though the same arm and motor were used. The suspension was however far better - imagine this deck as a Beogram 3000 with a silly platter and a less useful lid and you will not be far wrong. It is however the best of the 'peg platter' decks. Very collectible.
Bang & Olufsen's preferred supplier for brackets and stands, STBbrackets, have made a wall mount solution as a general option for Bang & Olufsen Turntables. Distributed throughout the World by the Bang & Olufsen store network, the STB option adds to the diversity of mounting options and positions available.
»Wall Mounting Bracket
A universal shelf that will support all Bang & Olufsen turntables from the past 30 years. Including three cable entry points to allow you to bring cables from below the shelf or through the wall.
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BeoGram 1202 Record Deck Product Specifications
Type: 5237 (1972 - Aug 1974)
Speeds: 33,3 and 45 rpm
Rumble Better than 60 dB (DIN B)
Wow and flutter Better than +/- 0.15 % peak value (DIN), corresponding to +/- 0.06 % rms
Vernier adjustment 6 %
Stylus presurre adjustment 0 - 3.5 g (ponds)
Pickup SP 14 A
Stylus pressure 2 g (p)
Voltage: 110 - 130 / 220 - 240 V AC
Power consumption 10 W
Output: 5 mV - 1000 Hz / 47 kohms
Dimensions W x H x D 44 x 12 x 33cm
Weight 9 kg
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Created: 29th November 2006
Modified: 19th September 2012