Manufactured: 1972 – 1973 Designer: Jacob Jensen Colours: Black, Red , White
This was the development of the Beolit 400 and like that model was FM only. However it usefully included a mains transformer so the BeoPower transformer was no longer required.
Amplifier: Power output 1 watt / 4 ohms Speaker impedance 4 ohms Harmonic Distortion At 50 mV output: < 0.8 % At specified output < 2 % Frequency response: 90 – 14,000 Hz
Dry cells: 5 batteries: 33 x 60.5mm Voltage: 7.5 volts Power consumption with Power Unit (Beolit 400 with external power supply, Beopower 600): AC: 220 – 240V Frequency: 50Hz Power consumption: 0,7 – 5W Dimensions W x H x D: 22 x 36 x 6cm Weight 2.62 kg FM Radio: Range 87,5 – 104 MHz Sensitivity <1.2µV / 75 ohms Selectivity >23 dB Limiting <7µV / 75 ohms Frequency Response 65 – 20,000 Hz Harmonic Distortion <1.2 %
Connections: External Power 7.5 V
Colours: black, white or red
Really nice Beolit 500 Radio from Bang and Olufsen. Cosmetically, the Radio looks great with some simple scratches and marks. “See the pictures through” Technically, the radio works perfectly. Has been tested. Comes with power cable
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