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Jacob Jensen x B&O : Playing records

What does it take to be an icon? The icon status is reached when time doesn’t seem to have any effect on its aura. Still, time has passed between 1972 and today. To celebrate and underline the relevance of the company’s creations, B&O offers a re-edition of its famous Beogram 4000 turntable designed by Jacob Jensen 50 years ago. In Denmark, the brand has created an entire department dedicated to re-editing its finest creations, optimizing them with the latest technology. Blending wireless connectivity and cabinetry, form and function, this set becomes a piece of furniture in its own right, while playing music with the best sound possible. Admit it, it’s something else than playing tunes from your phone, isn’t it?

 

Jacob Jensen x B&O : Playing records

What does it take to be an icon? The icon status is reached when time doesn’t seem to have any effect on its aura. Still, time has passed between 1972 and today. To celebrate and underline the relevance of the company’s creations, B&O offers a re-edition of its famous Beogram 4000 turntable designed by Jacob Jensen 50 years ago. In Denmark, the brand has created an entire department dedicated to re-editing its finest creations, optimizing them with the latest technology. Blending wireless connectivity and cabinetry, form and function, this set becomes a piece of furniture in its own right, while playing music with the best sound possible. Admit it, it’s something else than playing tunes from your phone, isn’t it?