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Vintage Bang & Olufsen Beosystem 6500

Vintage Bang & Olufsen Beosystem 6500

Regular price $945.25
Regular price Sale price $945.25
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Vintage Bang & Olufsen Beosystem 6500 including Beomaster 6500, Beogram CD 6500, Beocord 6500, and Beolink 1000 remote.

-THESE ARE EURO VERSION UNITS AND INCLUDES A HIGH QUALITY STEP UP 110 -> 220 VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER.
-ALSO INCLUDES 3-WAY EURO PLUG SPLITTER
-Works flawlessly in the US with the included transformer.
-Transformer is an $80 value, included with the unit.

Includes 2x 2-pin DIN plugs for hooking your speaker wire to the speakers output on the unit (not in photos, but included).

Beomaster 6500 functions properly.
Beocord 6500 powers on and opens properly, but tape deck needs new belt.
Beogram CD 6500 powers on, opens properly, and spins, but does not play the CD.

Full Beomaster 6500 specs can be found here:
https://www.beoworld.org/prod_details.asp?pid=359

Full Beogram CD 6500 specs can be found here:
https://www.beoworld.org/prod_details.asp?pid=941

Full Beocord 6500 specs can be found here:
https://www.beoworld.org/prod_details.asp?pid=601

The units will be carefully and properly packed for shipping.
We have safely shipped fine art and vintage furniture all over the world.

Please contact with any questions.

Ref: BO25-010

MORE ABOUT THE TRANSFORMER:
-We inspected several transformers available online for quality and settled on the included Gvolz transformer.
-The Gvolz was by far the highest quality and can be fully loaded up to 500 watts (other cheap transformers recommend only 50% of wattage rating).
-The transformer is certified to CSA safety standard for use in the USA and Canada.
-Simple to use; just plug the transformer's US plug into a standard wall outlet, make sure the input voltage on the back is switched to 115, and plug the B&O unit's Europlug into the transformer and switch it on!
-The transformer can be plugged into a surge protector but DO NOT PLUG A SURGE PROTECTOR INTO THE TRANSFORMER. A regular splitter can be plugged into the transformer, but not a surge protector.

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