Bang & Olufsen unveils limited edition of Beosystem 72-23
Bang & Olufsen has presented a limited edition of the recreated Beosystem 72-23 audio system
The Danish company Bang & Olufsen has presented a limited edition of the recreated Beosystem 72-23 audio system , inspired by the soft mood of the Scandinavian sunrise. Its prototype was produced 50 years ago, and the novelty, aptly named Nordic Dawn , is painted in honey, red and amber shades, which are combined with tonal touches of aluminum and birch wood.
In addition to its soothing pastel finish, the Beosystem 72-23 Nordic Dawn stands out for its harmonious blend of support for both analogue and digital music formats. A vintage Beogram 4000c turntable with tangential arm, restored at the Bang & Olufsen factory in Struer, Denmark, is complemented by a pair of state-of-the-art Beolab 28 active loudspeakers. Built-in Beosound Core and Beolab Transmitter provide wireless communication between system components that instantly transports listeners to the modern world digital music streaming. The system is controlled by the Beoremote Halo remote control, featuring space design.
The limited edition of the Beosystem 72-23 Nordic Dawn system appeared as part of the Bang & Olufsen Recreated Classics brand program (Recreated Classics). Only 100 audio systems will be produced within the series, each of which will be decorated with a plate with a unique serial number. The recommended retail price of the kit is 65 thousand US dollars . It will be possible to buy a rarity in selected branded B&O stores in the US, Europe and Hong Kong.