|Product :||Beomaster 1100||
|Produced from :||1975 - Aug 1978|
|Designed by :||Jacob Jensen|
|Finish :||Rosewood, Teak, White|
Beomaster 1100 was actually more similar to the excellent Beolab 1700 and Beomaster 1700 combined in one beautifully-finished cabinet. The radio section however, was just an FM-only affair but was able to store four preset radio stations so that they could be summoned easily by push-button. Jacob Jensen’s ’slide rule’ tuning scale was used once more, and AFC held on to weaker FM radio stations giving the clarity that one would expect from Bang & Olufsen tuners.
Delivering 2 x 22 W into 4 ohm speakers, there were connections for a record deck, tape/cassette recorder and a pair of headphones. Two pairs of speakers could be used if desired.
Beomaster 1100 was known as Beosystem 1100 (shown below) when used with other Bang & Olufsen-compatible hi-fi products.
BeoMaster 1100 type: