Vintage Bang & Olufsen BeoCom 2000 Telephone – Blue


BeoCom 2000 Corded Analogue Telephone Product Specifications

Country Type Intro. Year Last sold
Australia 1990 Q3
Austria 6988 1993 Q2 2000 Q2
Belgium 6953 1991 Q2 2000 Q2
Canada 1990 Q3
Cyprus 1991 Q2
Denmark 6946 1989 Q4 2000 Q2
Finland 1990 Q3
Germany 1991 Q3
Greece 1990 Q1
Hong Kong 1989 Q3
Iceland 1989 Q1
Japan 6990 1991 Q3 2000 Q2
Korea 0117 1995 Q3 2000 Q2
Monaco 1990 Q3
New Zealand 1991 Q4
Norway 6927 1989 Q4 2000 Q2
Singapore 1991 Q1
Spain 6986 1992 Q1 2000 Q2
Sweden 6933 1989 Q3 2000 Q2
Switzerland 6982 1991 Q2 2000 Q1
The Faroe Islands 6946 1989 Q1 2000 Q2
The Netherlands 6932 1989 Q4 2001 Q1
United Kingdom 6967 1989 Q4 2000 Q1
USA 6905 1990 Q2 2000 Q1

Category: Corded
Line interface 1 analogue
Dimensions WxHxD: 210 x 80 x 210 mm. handset included
Battery: 3.6 volt lithium Type AA (Part number: 8700028)
Weight: 1150g ( handset 100g )
Placement: Desktop
Finish: Black, Blue, Green, red
Memory (Phonebook): up to 20 numbers
Redial: 3 numbers
Quick call / service 1 buttons
Features: Listening-in
Volume control
Microphone mute
Ringer settings

Country Specifications
Country Type
Country Code
Country Specifications:
Austria 6988

Belgium 6953

Denmark 6946
Standard DTMF; Supported Supplementary Services : MWI
The Faroe Islands 6946
Japan 6990
Korea 0117
Netherlands 6932
Norway 6927

Spain 6986
Sweden 6933
Standard DTMF
Switzerland 6982
United Kingdom 6967
USA 6905

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Manufactured: 1989 – 1998
Designer: Lone and Gideon Lindinger-Loewy

Beocom 2000, the classic telephone from Bang & Olufsen… what else is there to say?

Beocom 2000 was unlike anything which had been introduced by Bang & Olufsen before.

All the parts of the phone were made by the company itself and not imported from other manufacturers. A well-equipped telephone with extraordinary sound quality, a tradition carried on with all of the Beocom range of telephones.

The design is truly timeless. The display gave information on which number your were calling and the time connected. All standard functions were of course, also available, like volume control and numeric memories, and for the more advanced user there was a special headset available!

This phone was also available in a more simple version, Beocom 600, which didn’t have the display but had the same sound quality.

The memory bank of the Beocom 2000 enabled you to store your personal top twenty, and at the touch of just a few buttons you were connected. With display, bass reflex speaker in handset, 20 numbers of memory, quick call key for an often-use or ’emergency’ number, redial of last 3 numbers called, pause function, adjustable volume control, microphone mute (for secrecy), built-in speaker for listening, adjustable tone ringer with 8 settings plus off. There was even a hidden note pad which could be used by raising the lid on the right-hand side of the unit!

Up to 1993 Beocom 2000 was produced with different coloured keys. However, from this time a more mellow design was offered with all the keys complementing each other. On its bright display with large characters the Beocom 2000 could offer you the last three numbers for redialling