Beovision 4402

Product : Beovision 4402

Produced from : 1977 - May 1982
Designed by : David Lewis & Henning Moldenhawer
Finish : Rosewood, Teak, White
Desirability : 3

Beovision 4402 was in every case identical to Beovision 4002 with the exception that with this model there was a remote control facility which could also be used with Teletext. The television was Bang & Olufsen’s first remote-controlled TV set using an ultrasonic remote control commander: the Beovision Control Module.

Equipped with a 26″ screen a good quality picture was obtained with low power consumption. Eight favourite TV stations could be stored by the push-buttons.

Two undercarriages were available as optional extras, one was a table-type undercarriage with castors; the other cross-base with castors.

Beovision 4402 represents Bang & Olufsen’s first television with remote-control as an option; Beomaster 6000, manufactured three years before, was the company’s first remote-controlled hi-fi system. Both remote-controls used ultrasonic sound rather than infra-red which is prevalent today.

Beovision 4402

BeoVision 4402 types:

3501 (1977 - Dec 1980)

GB 3503 (1977 - June 1980)

3521 (1977 - May 1982)

B, 16 CH 3541 (1977 - March 1979)

GB 3522 (1977 - Jan 1981)

NL 3543 (1977 - Aug 1981)

Details:

Picture tube size: 66cm

Cabinet: wood veneer

Number of programmes: 8 VHF - UHF, Easy touch

Range: UHF 21 - 69, VHF 2 - 12

Start time: approx. 5 sec

Aerial impedance: 75 ohms coaxial

Speakers:

1 forward-facing pressure chamber

Sound power output: 6.5 W

Harmonic distortion: < 0.8 %

Frequency range: +/- 1.5 dB 60 - 15,000 Hz

Power bandwidth: 60 - 20,000 Hz

Bass control: +/- 5 dB / 100 Hz

Treble control: +/- 10 dB / 10,000 Hz

Power supply: 180 - 265 V

Power consumption: 110 W

Standby: 0 W

Dimensions W x H x D: 69.5 x 49 x 46cm

Weight: 36 kg

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