|Product :||Beomaster 2000||
|Produced from :||1983 - Mar 1987|
|Designed by :||Jacob Jensen|
Looking similar to the Beomaster 2300, the receiver which it replaced, the Beomaster 2000 was fitted with more up-to-date ‘flush’ sensi-touch controls. Altogether the receiver looked more modern in its grey livery and was easy to match to any other of the products available at the time.
The amplifier remained at 30W per channel and there will still five pre-set radio buttons with AFC to give good ease of use. However, the inclusion of Datalink connections was all-new and allowed the receiver to be connected to other Datalink-connected products. This allowed for yet even easier use, as, as one source was started, another was instantly turned off. You could thus change from tape to phono to radio without damaging any of the elctrical components. In this repect any of Beosystem 5000, 6000 or 8000 range products could be all used, each complying to user instructions through the complex Datalink system. Dependant on the ‘Type’ number, LW and MW was fitted as standard although for most markets Beomaster 2000 was FM-only.
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