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Bang & Olufsen is reviving one of its icons past with the return of the Beosystem 9000c music system.

Featuring a fully reimagined Beosound 9000 CD player from the 1990s, it comes paired with the brand’s modern Beolab 28 speakers and joins the Beogram 4000c turntable, released in in 2020.

B&O 9000C system

To make the product a reality, Bang & Olufsen has painstakingly sourced 200 original Beosound 9000 CD players and returned them to the company’s factory in Struer, Denmark, where they were first created.

The CD players are then disassembled, inspected, cleaned and repaired as needed by a team of skilled service technicians, many of whom worked on the original models in the 1990s, using the original workshop tables.

Bang & Olufsen technician at work

Building on the original’s design, B & O has chosen to invert the system’s black and aluminium finish for a modern twist, and the matching Beolab 28s are a world-first design to sport natural aluminium lamellas on the speakers with a ‘Cosmic Black’ aluminium base.

The Beosound 9000 was first introduced in 1996 with a six-CD changer and built-in AM/FM radio which offered visual playback at the height of the music format’s popularity.

Priced at £45,000 and limited to just 200 units, visit Bang & Olufsen to find out more.


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