Brüderchen und Schwesterchen
BEOCORD VX 5000
Beocord VHS 91.2
1986 - 1990
Videorecordern im Kunststoffgehäuse beginnt mit diesem Beocord wieder
die für B&O gewohnte „sinnliche Wertigkeit“ der Geräte.
With Beocord VHS 91.2 Bang &
Olufsen created a stereo video tape recorder which, in 1987, was close to
equipment in terms of sound and picture quality. And when it came to design, operation and uses it was a natural, integrated
part of home entertainment and communication. Beocord VHS91.2 could record up to four hours of video or eight hours of
stereo hi-fi sound on just the one four-hour tape. And it could of course be remote-controlled regardless of which
Bang & Olufsen TV and music system you put it to work with.
The many picture functions included such things as distortion-free single frame pictures, play back just one picture
at a time, 'flickerless' breaks between recordings and automatic picture search with the help of the tape counter.
And Beocord VHS91.2 could also be programmed to record daily or weekly for an unlimited period of time.
With a completely new recording technique and one built-in stereo decoder, Beocord VHS 91.2 provided
unlimited possibilities for combining TV, video and music systems, such as recording stereo simulcasts.
In terms of design, colours and uses, Beocord VHS 91.2 was created to harmonise with Beovision MX2000.
And the same remote control Terminal could be used to control both units.
Beocord VHS 91.2 Specifications
4500 (1986 - Aug 1989)
GB 4502 (1986 - May 1989)
MULTI 4505 (1986 - Aug 1989)
VPS 4503 (1986 - Jan 1990)
Description: TV system I (4502)