BeoMaster 3400 Tuner/Amplifier

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Manufactured: 1975 - 1977
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: Rosewood, White

Beomaster 3400 Type 2802 was a 4-channel receiver whose out put was stated as 4 x 20W or 2 x 30W, depending on how it was configured.

This receiver was a development of the Beomaster 2000 but as well as being quadraphonic, was FM only. The tuning scale was extremely unusual being a series of vertical scales rather than a single horizontal one. Despite the huge length thus provided, it still only read up to 104!

It was designed to be partnered by the Beogram 3400 which could provide the correct 4 channel input as well as the stereo cassette player, the Beocord 2200. S45 or P45 speakers made up the rest of the system.

BeoMaster 3400 Tuner/Amplifier Product Specifications

Type: 2802 (1975 - July 1977)
Sound system and loudspeakers: stereo and quadro or two sets of stereo
Features: 4 channels
FM pre-tuning: 5 stations
Muting: FM Yes
Loudness: Yes

Power output at specified distortion: 1000 Hz RMS
2 x 30, 4 x 20 watts / 4 ohms
2 x 20, 4 x 16 watts / 8 ohms
Music power: 2 x 40, 4 x 40 watts / 4 ohms
2 x 23, 4 x 23 watts / 8 ohms
Speaker impedance: 4 ohms

Harmonic distortion 1000 Hz 50 mV DIN 45500: < 0.06 %
Intermodulation DIN 45,500: < 0.3 %

Bass control at 40 Hz: +/- 17 dB
Treble control at 12500 Hz: +/- 14 dB

FM tuner: 87.5 - 104 MHz
Sensitivity: 26 dB, +/- 40 kHz < 1.5 µV / 75 ohms
Signal-to-noise ratio: DIN 45500 > 65 dB

Power supply: 110 - 130 - 220 - 240 V
Power consumption 20 - 250 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 68.5 x 7.5 x 27cm
Weight: 8.2 kg

Connections: Headphone Max. 8 V / 200 ohms
Tape: 2 sockets output 15 mV / 20 k ohms DIN
Speakers: 2 set
Aerial FM: 75 ohms
Phono: DIN

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Created: 30th November 2006
Modified: 1st February 2007

Author Notes:

Images kindly supplied by Martin Olsen.

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