In 1972, the Beogram turntable took both the design and audio worlds by storm. Now, nearly 50 years since it was first released, the Beogram returns with the same futuristic look that made it famous. The first launch from Bang & Olufsen's new Classic Initiative that brings pre-owned models back to the factory to be renovated and upgraded, the 4000c emerges from the shadows ready for contemporary homes. The restored table had its aluminum polished and anodized for a warmer champagne glow, while new hand-crafted solid oak was added to frame each deck. The internal architecture was upgraded as well, with a new RIAA phono pre-amplifier for seamless integration between the 4000c and B&O's range of speaker options. The groundbreaking automated tangential tonearm is back as well and is paired with a new high-performance stylus. 95 uniquely numbered units are being released to coincide with B&O's 95th birthday this month.