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greenehertel
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greenehertel posted on Tue, Jul 14 2020 4:22 PM

I have a Beogram 2400 that I bought in 1977 with a MMC 4000. It doesn't look like the 2400 it looks like the 1900 and I bought it with the Beomaster 1900 and the S45 speakers.Does anyone know why this is?

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Hiort
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Hiort replied on Tue, Jul 14 2020 5:06 PM
greenehertel:

I have a Beogram 2400 that I bought in 1977 with a MMC 4000. It doesn't look like the 2400 it looks like the 1900 and I bought it with the Beomaster 1900 and the S45 speakers.Does anyone know why this is?

Not sure what you mean.

Do you refer to Beogram 2400 record player?

That record deck was sold 1979-80.

If it’s looks like the Beogram 1900, maybe it is?

The 1900 was sold 1976-77 so that correlate better to the year you mention, and was provided with the MMC4000.

Beogram 2400 was provided with another cartridge, the MMC20EN.

 

 

 

 

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Dillen replied on Tue, Jul 14 2020 5:17 PM

The US-version of Beogram 2400 (Type 5716) didn't have the sloping cover of the european version (Type 5722).
The US-version is more like the european Beogram 1500 (Type 5714)
Some Beogram 1500 actually has type number F 5716.

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