Beogram RX2 Record Deck
Manufactured: 1985 - 1991
Designer: Jacob Jensen
This fully-featured radial record player brought an extra dimension to all kinds of music systems.
It was ideal for those who love partying, with automatic anti-skating to prevent distortion, and Bang & Olufsen's special chassis suspension which made the record player virtually 'dance-proof'.
There was also automatic registration of record size and speed. Fine quality sound reproduction was provided by the lightweight tone-arm.
This deck was the last of the B&O radial tracking decks and was closely related to the excellent Beogram 5000. This is an excellent choice as a source for vinyl in a modern system requiring very little in the way of set up yet offering good audio performance.
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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.
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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 RX2 Record Deck Product Specifications
5831 (1985 - May 1991)
USA 5833 (1985 - May 1991)
Pickup MMC 1-5
Wow and flutter, DIN < 0.07 %
Rumble weighted > 75 dB
Rumble DIN unweighted > 55 dB
Speeds 33 - 45 rpm
Speed deviation < +/- 0.2 %
5831: 220 - 240V
5833: 110 - 120V
Power consumption < 10 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 42 x 8 x 32.5cm
Weight 6 kg
Link compatibility: Data Link
Created: 13th January 2007
Modified: 19th September 2012