BeoMaster 1100 Tuner/Amplifier

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Manufactured: 1975 - 1978
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: Rosewood

Beomaster 1100 in 1977/78 was a powerful, sensitive and compact unit incorporating an FM tuner and stereo amplifier.

The tuner had facilities for presetting four favourite stations, and once these had been permanently tuned, the programme of your choice could be instantly selected just by pressing a button. There was also a large slider and scale for manual tuning. An AFC (Automatic Frequency Control) switch was provided to help capture weak stations and keep them correctly tuned.

The amplifier section had a power output of 2 x 22 watts RMS with minimal distortion - less than 0,3% at full power. There were connections for two pairs of loudspeakers, a record player, headphones and a tape or cassette recorder (for which A monitoring facilities were also included).

Beomaster 1100 could be made up as part of the Beosystem 1100, together with other compatible Bang & Olufsen products.

The receiver cost £149.00 in 1977.

BeoMaster 1100 Tuner/Amplifier Product Specifications

Type: 2609 (1975 - Aug 1978)
Sound system and 2 sets of loudspeakers
FM pre-tuning: 4
Power output 1000 Hz RMS 2 x 22 W / 4 ohms
2 x 19 W / 8 ohms
Music power 2 x 40 W / 4 ohms
2 x 25 W / 8 ohms
Speaker impedance 4 ohms
Harmonic distortion
1000 Hz 50 mV DIN 45 500 < 0.1 %
Intermodulation DIN 45 500 < 0.1 %
Frequency range +/- 1.5 dB DIN 45 500 20 - 30,000 Hz
FM range: 87.5 - 108 MHz
Bass control at 40 Hz: +/- 17 dB Treble control at 12,5000 Hz +/- 14 dB
Power supply: 110 - 130 - 220 - 240 V
Power consumption 15 - 120 W
Dimensions W x H x D 50 x 8.5 x 26cm
Weight 5.5 kg
RIAA amplifier: built-in
Connections: headphones max 10 V / 200 ohms
Speakers 2 sets
Phono
Tape

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Created: 29th November 2006
Modified: 1st February 2007

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