Jacob Jensen designed the Beogram RX2, which was produced between 1985 and 1991. This is a fully-featured radial turntable and will complement all kinds of hifi stereo systems. Perfect for those who love to dance while spinning their favorite vinyl, due to the automatic anti-skating. This prevented distortion, and together with B&O's special chassis suspension made the record player pretty darn 'dance-proof'.
It can automatically register record size and adjust speed. The lightweight tone-arm provided fine quality sound performance.
The RX2 was the last radial machine offered by Bang & Olufsen. Buyers of this record player had to choose their pickup as the player was not sold with one fitted. Any from the B&O MMC1 to the MMC5 range fits and performs well.
This player is closely related to the Beogram 5000.
Watch a full demo of this player in this video on Youtube: Beogram RX2 Fully Automatic Turntable.
What's your Beogram RX2 worth in 2021? Here are some recently sold items with prices.
|Bang Olufsen Beogram RX2 Type 5833||09/2021||$ 452.35|
|Mint Bang Olufsen B O Beogram RX2||08/2021||$ 347.96|
|Bang Olufsen Beogram RX2 Turntable 5833||07/2021||$ 382.76|
|Bang Olufsen Beogram RX2 Type 5833||06/2021||$ 313.16|
|Bang Olufsen Beogram RX2 Turntable Type||07/2021||$ 347.96|
|See all sold items on eBay for more prices||10/2021||-.--|