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Superb (and ultra expensive) from Bang & Olufsen

Bang & Olufsen Beosystem 72-22 comes in limited quantities only.

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Published 2022-03-10 - 8:00 am

When you make something in limited numbers, the price often gets steep, and when Bang & Olufsen does it, it’s almost a guarantee of a high price. Just look at this.

Beosystem 72-22 is a complete system to celebrate the 50th anniversary of B&O’s Beogram 4000 turntable. So the name means 1972-2022.

The turntable is the heart of the system, which also includes a pair of active wireless Beolab 18 speakers, a Beoremote Halo remote control and a handmade cabinet with space for vinyl records.

Bang Olufsen Beosystem 7222 III
(Photo: Bang & Olufsen)

High price

Beautiful as hell and with an equally diabolical pricetag. Only 30 sets of the Beosystem 72-22 will be made, and only for the North American market, where the price is set at $45,000. Plus tax.

And we who thought the revived version of the Beogram 4000c turntable was expensive …

Bang Olufsen Beosystem 7222 IV
(Photo: Bang & Olufsen)

There is no mention of a similar system for the European market, but one can only hope. And pray for a more affordable price.

Watch the video at the bottom of the article:

Bang Olufsen Beosystem 7222 I Bang Olufsen Beosystem 7222 II
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(Photo: Bang Olufsen)

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