The retro trend has now also reached the design specialists from Denmark. However, the Beogram 4000c tangential turntable, an icon from the 1970s, is not being reissued – rather, 95 still existing copies are being disassembled and thoroughly inspected, carefully cleaned, supplemented with new parts, finally tested and fine-tuned by a team of experienced engineers at the main factory in Struer, Denmark.
B&O wants to use this campaign to demonstrate the longevity and timelessness of its creations. However it doesn't come cheap: For around 10,000 Euros, a numbered unit can be viewed in selected Bang & Olufsen stores worldwide starting October 12 and purchased starting October 19. Each turntable comes in a handmade box made of solid oak with aluminum details and with a five-year warranty.