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Beosince98
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Beosince98 posted on Sun, Nov 22 2020 12:54 AM

I am currently in the process of refurbishing my Beogram and I am thinking about getting it repainted as the paint has startet to chip and I don’t think the original paint job is of a good quality to be honest. The only problem I am facing is recreating the label at the back of the Beogram. Does anyone know what the various symbols in the bottom row of the label indicate. From my research I have found that there are always 6 symbols: Square in a square, D, N, S in a circle, S+ in a circle, and BZ19. Does anyone have the vector graphics for the Beogram 4000 label (or any other Beogram)?

Your help would be greatly appreciated!

 

 

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matador43
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Beosince98:
Does anyone have the vector graphics for the Beogram 4000 label

Hi Beosince98,

Not sure if you ask for help in that field, but I can generate the vector graphic for the sticker, as close as the original one I can do.
I will only need the size of the original since I unfortunately dont own a 4000!

I should use that picture as basis right?

Let me know…


Beosince98
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matador43:

Beosince98:
Does anyone have the vector graphics for the Beogram 4000 label

Hi Beosince98,

Not sure if you ask for help in that field, but I can generate the vector graphic for the sticker, as close as the original one I can do.
I will only need the size of the original since I unfortunately dont own a 4000!

I should use that picture as basis right?

Let me know…

Hi matador43,

I actually thought about contacting you as I absolutely love your work in the "A different kind of restoration!" post! I would actually like to purchase some new manuals for the Beogram 4000, if you have them available. I can definitely get you the size, and also some detailed photographs/scans of the original label. Please contact me at beocovers@gmail.com so we can discuss further details.

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Dillen replied on Tue, Nov 24 2020 2:28 PM

The D in a circle is the Demko mark.
It's a mark telling that the item has been tested and approved by Demko to be electrically safe to use on mains power in Denmark.
The similar S and N marks are for Norway and Sweden.

Martin

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Email sent.

Thank you for the kind words.

Beosince98
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Dillen:

The D in a circle is the Demko mark. It's a mark telling that the item has been tested and approved by Demko to be electrically safe to use on mains power in Denmark. The similar S and N marks are for Norway and Sweden.

Martin

Thank you for this insight, Dillen. I already suspected that the symbols are test marks, similar to the CE you can find on nearly every product today.
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