BeoCom 2400 Telephone

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Manufactured: 1994 - 1998
Designer: Martin Iseli
Colours: Multiple

At the time of its introduction, BeoCom 2400 was a completely new concept from the company. Since it was first released, it has become a classic - one of many from Bang & Olufsen's design studios.

The telephone was really more than just a phone, featuring a 121-memory alpha-numeric phonebook which built up as new numbers were dialled. It also had redial for the last nine numbers. Searching through the BeoCom's phonebook was extremely easy due to integrated search functions. When found, the phone dialled the number by itself after obtaining confirmation from the user.

All primary functions were available directly on the keypad, and secondary functions are accessed via a simple menu system. As with all other Bang & Olufsen telephones, BeoCom 2400 was equipped with a bass reflex speaker giving clear and easy recognisable voices. An infra-red module was available as an optional extra, giving the user the ability to control the volume on other Bang & Olufsen products.

BeoCom 2400 was superseded by the similarly-equipped (but with Caller ID) BeoCom 2500

BeoCom 2400 Telephone Product Specifications

Line interface
1 analogue

Dimensions WxHxD: 195 x 175 x 210 mm. handset included
Weight: 600g ( handset 115g )
Placement: Desktop
Finish: Black, Blue, Green, Red
Memory (Phonebook): up to 121 numbers with names
Redial: 24 numbers/ names

Volume control
Microphone mute
Call duration
Ringer settings.
Contrast adjustment in display.

module for Audio / Video volume control ( type 0073 )

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Created: 20th January 2007
Modified: 13th February 2007

Author Notes:

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