Bang & Olufsen Stereo Cabinet

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Bang & Olufsen Stereo Cabinet

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OK.. maybe you already own a pair of PK 22s or a set of Kjaerholm's nesting tables.  You might even have a Judd sculpture nearby..
But where is the B&O Cabinet for your vintage Harmon Kardon stainless linear tracking turntable?  And what about the beautiful McIntosh tube pre-amp you’d like to see warming up your audio world?  Look no further.
Enter stage left this bad boy-a vintage Bang & Olufsen teak cabinet with metal trim and mat black enameled steel base.
This sleek and simple vessel warms up the place with all that wood and it’s snug-quad embrace to showcase your beautiful vintage stereo equipment.  What better way to keep the tech world at bay with it’s soulless sequestration of hi-fidelity sound into a miniaturized iPod attached to your iPad.  Tragic-that.
Jacob Jensen’s response to Deiter Ram’s similarly inspired work at Braun is perfectly encapsulated in this efficient vessel where high design sound equipment gets the house it deserves.
This example, most likely from a Bang & Olufsen showroom, is in original pristine condition.    
It appears to have never been used… yet.
Overall Dimensions: 54”w 16”dp 24.75”ht
Detailed Dimensions: cabinet alone 15”ht; base alone 9.75”ht
far left opening: 12.75”ht 19.5”w; far right opening top: 26.26”w 5.75”ht
far right opening bottom: 18.75”w 5.75”ht; center tall opening: 13.5”ht 5.5”w

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