Bang and Olufsen Beocenter 7700
Integrated Music System (1982-88)
This new Beosystem 7700 from Bang & Olufsen means that you now have a music system which gives you Hi-Fi sound of excellent quality with the Minimum of operating problems.
The system consists of the Beocenter 7700 and Master Control Panel 7700. You can play records, tapes and AM/FM radio just by pressing a single button, either the Beocenter 7700 or if you prefer to control the system from your armchair, on the Master Control Panel.
And nothing is left to chance. Every time you touch a button the Beosystem tells you what's going to happen. And it tells you clearly, so that even at a distance you're never in any doubt as to whether your instructions have been received or not.
Whether you want music in one room or in a number of rooms, the Beosystem 7700 will satisfy your music requirements for many years to come.
Type: Music Centre
Formats: turntable, tape, tuner
Power output: 30 watts per channel into 8Ω
Frequency response: 20Hz to 30kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.1%
Dimensions: 770 x 95 x 280mm
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Reviewed Sep 07th, 2014 by rcvs12
I bought, and still use, my 7700 in 1981-82 and had the speakers rebuilt in 2010 by Repair Solutions in Los Angeles 323.666.4161. The sound is spectacular. The remote functions perfectly and the only age related problems that I have are that the Cassette tape player slowed down to a stop and has not functioned for around 8 years as well as a broken plastic hinge point (on the right) on the cover lift mechanism over the cassette and radio functions.
I had it packed away in all of its original boxes (yes) for approximately 6 years and took it out not long ago. Now I am faced with numerous LEDS (?) in the front read out that are not functioning but they were when I repackaged it. Also, the connecting points on the record cover have come unglued so that when I open it the stainless top opens but the smoked plastic stays put. Now looking for someone to repair it for me. But, still, such a stunningly attractive system after all of these years and meant to be seen!