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BEOMASTER 1200

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LITCLICKER posted on Thu, Mar 1 2012 11:49 AM

How much do 1 of these go for? (very good condition)

I also have a Beocord 1700. How much for that?

 

Thank You,

 

Matt.    Yes

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vikinger
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For the 1200 anything between £10 (unrestored teak) to around £200 for a fully restored (all new capacitors) rarer white unit.

Let eBay be your guide!

 

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ok well i just acquired it from an elderly couple that said it has been in the attic for 15 years,so i am guessing it is as original as it gets.

 

tried ebay but couldn't find ANYthing on the 1200

 

so only 10 pound eh?  :(

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Peter replied on Thu, Mar 1 2012 10:05 PM

If complete, over £100. Needs to work though! If the perspex on the slider is clear, even better. Very collectible though not actually that great to listen to! Sounds best with Beovox 1200 speakers!

Peter

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If by complete you mean all the sliders etc,yes everything is intact,very good condition (but that is just looking at it from the outside!)
and would you say a 3 amp fuse in the plug? 5? 5 max?

Well it is for sale for the right price :)

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http://www.beoworld.org/assets/thumbnails/beomaster1200-c.jpg

 

its that exact 1.

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50 euro's in Holland and I did'nt even negotiate.

Btw, your Avatar name sounds suggestive, did you do that on purpose?Embarrassed

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LITCLICKER:
and would you say a 3 amp fuse in the plug? 5? 5 max?

3 amp will do, 5 is max

Collecting Vintage B&O is not a hobby, its a lifestyle.

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Leslie Nelwan:
Btw, your Avatar name sounds suggestive, did you do that on purpose?Embarrassed

AgreeEmbarrassedEmbarrassed

Collecting Vintage B&O is not a hobby, its a lifestyle.

LITCLICKER
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Tis just the name i have used for many years for gaming/forums.It is also my dj name :)

 

Cool

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Oh, a DJ with B&O equipment?

I like the idea! 10 times out of 10 DJ sound is appalling! And they like pushing the horror! I'm used to inserting pieces of wax in my ears at weddings and parties... You only have one set of ears... for life!

Jacques

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chartz:

Oh, a DJ with B&O equipment?

I like the idea! 10 times out of 10 DJ sound is appalling! And they like pushing the horror! I'm used to inserting pieces of wax in my ears at weddings and parties... You only have one set of ears... for life!

Totally right Jacques, I've been working in print shops my whole life, and my hearing is shot, Thursday next week they are going to tell me how bad it is.

 

Collecting Vintage B&O is not a hobby, its a lifestyle.

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