Incredible turntable in form and function, has been serviced in the last two years, has a NOS stylus ( worth $400 on its own), and is as good sounding as any high quality moving coil cartrage.
A truly remarkable piece of vintage audio and hard to find in restored condition with lid and RCA leads. So, no you do not need a DIN converter to plug it into an amp, it’s ready to go. But just to be safe, we can give you a converter to turn it back to DIN if needed for plugging into a B&O system.
Other B&O parts, styli, motors, manuals and cartrages available on request
The Beogram 1202 represented the peak in the development of the 1200 series models. It was designed for use with a range of new Beomaster and Beocenter models, such as and . It was also the recommended choice for the system. Mechanically and electrically the Beogram 1200 was the same as the , except that it was fitted with the 1200-type platter (complete with “pegs” to support the record) and a simple removable dust cover instead of a proper hinged lid. Other than that, the extensive mass damping and electromechanical control of the more expensive model was carried over intact, making for fine performance and durability.