|Product :||Beovision 8900||
|Produced from :||1981 - 1983|
|Designed by :||Henning Moldenhawer|
|Finish :||Rosewood, Teak, White|
Beovision 8900 was a 26″ colour television which offered A2 stereo sound (NICAM was not offered). It was Bang & Olufsen’s first stereophonic TV.
Fitted with the Video Terminal remote control its amplifier provided 2 x 15 watts through its log line loudspeakers system where a 10cm woofer and a 5cm tweeter were fitted.
The screen was a 30AX in-line self-converging CRT and the set included an optional Teletext decoder. Likewise the A/V interface was sold as a separate option.
Looking very similar to the Beovision 8902 it was this particular model which superceded it.
BeoVision 8900 types: