BeoMaster 900 RG

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Manufactured: 1968 - 1971
Colours: Rosewood, Teak

No other stereo radio gramophone with low, modern, yet reasonable dimensions is so beautifully styled as this. It incorporates a Beomaster 900 all-transistor stereo radio and the semi-professional Beogram 1000 stereo record player. There is space for installation of of tape recorder and a record and tape storage compartment. Pneumatically damped twin lids. Two B&O pressure-chamber speakers. 2 x 5 watts output. Dimensions: 585mm high, 1293mm wide, 510mm deep. Choice of teak or Brazilian rosewood finish. - taken from the 1967 - 1968 Bang & Olufsen product catalogue.

Radiogram Beomaster 900 RG Compact included a record player - either a B&O or Garrard auto-changer - within the combined unit.

Beomaster 900RG Compact was a high-quality radiogram and included the company's first transistorised mains receiver - Beomaster 900. It was finished in either a natural teak or a rosewood veneer. It had two built-in stereo pressure chamber speakers rated at 85 Watts output. The transistorised circuitry included 26 transistors and four diodes. The radio section within the Beomaster 900 receiver had an internal FM antenna (an optional FM stereo decoder could be fitted). The receiver included an FM, MW, LW and SW radio, together with the Beogram 1000 record player. The space next to the turntable was for the storage of records, but if you had a Beocord 1500 or Beocord 2000 reel-to-reel tape recorder then the space was designed to allow this to be slotted in.

Controls: volume, bass, treble and tuning. Push button controls for on/off, gramophone, tape recorder, AFC circuitry, SW, LW, MW and FM wavebands. It had a 'stereo' indicator (optional module) and a tuner indicator.

Dimensions: (WxHxD):156.0cm x 68.5cm x 52.0cm

Weight: 54kg

BeoMaster 900 RG Product Specifications

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Created: 1st December 2006
Modified: 27th February 2007

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