THE B&O VINTAGE

We exist to move you with enduring magical experiences. Ever wondered how Bang & Olufsen used to be, back in the days? Find it out with The B&O Vintage!
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Master de Luxe 413 K from 1949.

Master de Luxe 413 K from

The Beocord 8000 designed by Jacob Jensen and it used to be a part of the very prestigious BeoSystem 8000, consisting of BeoLab 8000, Beocord 8000 and Beogram 8000

The Beocord 8000 designed by Jacob Jensen and it used to be a part of the very prestigious BeoSystem consisting of BeoLab Beocord 8000 and Beogram 8000

We love when people are still using old products! You get nostalgic. Take a look at this shot by @ mrendl

We love when people are still using old products! You get nostalgic. Take a look at this shot by @ mrendl

BeoLit 400 - 600 designed by Jacob Jensen, 1970.

BeoLit 400 - 600 designed by Jacob Jensen,

Have a look at this old record player from 1952!

From the archives: our 507 long playing record changer from 1952 could handle up to 10 records + 3 sizes + speeds

Radio Gramophone Hyperbo 5 RGF, 1934.

Radio Gramophone Hyperbo 5 RGF, 1934.

The ancestor of Beovision Horizon was launched in 1962 with the name Beovision Horisont! The TV, featuring four wheels, was a novel way to make TVs transportable and flexible!

BeoVision Horizon - Looking sharp in everyday situations

Back to the Pop with The Modular System from 1958! Designed by Ib Fabiansen, it embraced the colors and spirit of the Pop Art movement which marked the Fifties.

Back to the Pop with The Modular System from Designed by Ib Fabiansen, it embraced the colors and spirit of the Pop Art movement which marked the Fifties.

The Beocord Unitape from 1956!

The Beocord Unitape from 1956!

The BeoSystem 5000

The BeoSystem 5000

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