October 8, 2020
Renovating the classic design with new technology.
Bang & Olufsen is resurrecting its iconic Beogram 4000c turntable.
Beogram 4000c Recreated Limited Edition is part of Bang & Olufsen’s new “classics initiative that brings pre-owned, original models back to the factory where they were originally created to be renovated and upgraded with new technology, demonstrating Bang & Olufsen’s commitment to longevity in sound, design and craftsmanship,” shares the company.
The restored Beogram 4000c features a newly polished aluminium exterior that has been anodised to change its colour tone – housed in a new hand-crafted oak frame. Further updates include an RIAA phono-pre-amplifier, a re-designed protective dust cover, and a new stylus that has been added to its signature tangential tonearm. (The original Beogram 4000 was the first turntable in its time to feature an automated tangential tonearm.)
Beogram 4000c Recreated Limited Edition will be displayed for viewing in select B&O shops from Monday 12th October.
Retailing for £9,000 and limited to 95 units worldwide, the Beogram 4000c will be available in B&O shops from Monday 19th October.