Bang & Olufsen is now selling record players for the first time since the nineties, and on top, they renovated a model launched in 1972.
Danish company Bang & Olufsen was founded in 1925, and their name has been synonymous with high-end speakers since then. From the 1960s onward, each and every product of the company has been characterized by geometric forms and simple control surfaces, including the BeoGram 4000 turntable released in 1972.
On the occasion of the 95th anniversary of its foundation, the company renovated 95 items of the iconic product. Over the past few years, B&O has been buying up old BeoGrams: after a thorough inspection, the company’s experts renovated the record players if needed, and gave them an elegant light oak enclosure.