|Product :||Beogram 42V/VF||
|Produced from :||1963 - 1965|
|Designed by :||———————–|
|Finish :||Rosewood, Teak, Oak, White|
Available in four finishes including oak and white, the 4-speed Beogram 42V/VF was designed to provide vibration-free playback.
Fitted with a slightly larger platter and a longer tonearm than the 41V/VF variant, the Beogram 42V was an AC-driven record deck without a built-in pre-amplifier whereas the 42VF was exactly the same technically but fitted with a pre-amplifier.
The four available tonearms were produced from the late 1950s until the mid-1970s. They were available in four varieties: ST/M, ST/L, ST/A and the ST/P (professional studio model)
The ST/M was the usual tonearm fitted to the 42V/VF although customers had a choice of the extended ST/L version as well.
A stroboscope was fitted to the rim of the turntable platter in order that accurate speed could be determined.