BeoVision 5000

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Manufactured: 1980 - 1982

Beovision 5500 had a 50cm High Bright tube with automatic contrast regulation, so the picture always looked bright and clear, with true-to-life colour even in daylight viewing. Quality was not compromised simply because it was physically a small set. Picture and sound reproduction used the same high technology as that featured on the 26" Beovision 8800. The remote control system wa also identical, with up to 16 channels available for instant selection.

Beovision 5500 - like the other Beovisions in this family - was exceptionally cool running, with maximum power consumption under 75 watts - less than an ordinary light bulb! Because less heat was generated inside the set, vital components were exposed to less physical stress and therefore had a longer working life. High reliability was, and still is, an important factor when choosing a new TV.

If remote control or access to Teletext was not required, then Beovision 5000 was a suitable alternative offering manual selection of up to 12 stations. The rest of the facilities offered by this television set were the same as its more luxurious brother, the Beovision 5500.

BeoVision 5000 Product Specifications

3904 (1974 - Feb 1977)
AUS 3934 (1974 - Dec 1975)
GB 3306 (1981 - Aug 1982)
GB 3905 (1974 - Sept 1976)
RGB MONITOR 3405 (1981 - Feb 1984)
Special features: Automatic cut-off
Picture surface: 66cm
Table model, tambour door
Programmes: 8 UHF, 4 also VHF easy touch
Output power: 6.5 W
Speaker impedance: 4 ohms (with installation kit)
Harmonic distortion: < 1 %
Frequency range: 60 - 20000 Hz
Bass control: +/- 5 dB/ 100 Hz
Treble control: +/- 10 dB/10000 Hz
Power supply: 200-265 V
Power consumption: 180 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 48 x 77 x 48cm
Weight: 42 kg

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Created: 22nd January 2007
Modified: 10th February 2007

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