Manufactured: 1988 - 1990
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: black, silver
This advanced CD Player came straight out of the world of tomorrow - but it would still fit well with any Bang & Olufsen system that was created in the last ten years. It was just as easy to use as a tape recorder. The track search system was invaluable to quickly find your way around the drive. A display indicated the number of the track you are currently on.
Recording was just as easy. And you could time recordings to the second - simply press the sensi-touch panel and you could see how much time was left on a particular track or on the entire drive.
This replacement for the former BeoGram CDX that was used at the time, new 16-bit technology and a completely new optical system. The player itself was derived from the Philips CD150 machine: the same as that in the BeoCenter 9000.
The BeoGram is in good working condition, with some signs of wear (see photos). The photos are part of the description.
BeoGram CDX2 Compact Disc player product specifications
Types: 5161 (1988 - March 1990), GB 5162 (1988 - May 1989)
Frequency range: 3 - 20.000 Hz +/- 0,3 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: >96 dB/100 dB, A-weighted
Dynamic range:> 96 dB
Harmonic distortion including sound: & lt; 0.003%; & lt; 0.03 at -20 dB
Channel separation: > 94 dB
Channel difference & lt; 0.5 dB
Inverter system: 2 x 16-bit, 4 x oversampling 176.4 kHz
Low-pass filter: digital + Bessel/elliptical analogue
Damping: > 20,000 Hz > 50 dB
Phase error between L and R 0 degrees at 20 - 20,000 Hz
Analogue output: 2 V RMS at 0 dB
Output signal: for digital equipment
Power consumption 30 W
Dimensions W x H x D: 42 x 7.5 x 31
cm weight 4.9 kg
- Beogram CDX2
- Plusieurs modèles
- Type d’équipement
- Lecteur CD
- Bon état
- Nombre d’articles
- Aucun extra, Coffret
- 5 kg