Space age Rosita KL2800 hi-fi system

Rare space age Rosita KL2800 hi-fi system composed of exclusive tuner, special audio cassette player and turntable.

unfortunately too late

Technical specifications

The 46 year old Rosita KL2800 is a 70's space age hi-fi system composed of the exclusive DIN45 500 housing (white rubbing varnish edition) with the following hi-fi elements: Rosita G933 Tuner HiFi broadcast chassis, Dual 1222 turntable and Rosita 795 stereo audio cassette player with Dolby. The KL2800 has a 100 watt quadro internal amplifier. White plastic design stand included.

External loudspeakers are necessary and not included in the system.

Rosita Tonmöbel was a German hi-fi cabinetmaker from November 1954 until March 1988. The KL2800 hi-fi coconfiguration was designed by Theo Schmitz.

The product has endured basic start-up tests; it powers up, buttons work. There was no endurance or performance testing with media.
This item is sold ‘As is’; the seller is selling, and the buyer is buying the item in whatever condition it presently exists, and the buyer is accepting the item "with all faults", whether or not immediately apparent. Please see pictures for traces of use / storage. No return / no warranty / no quarantee.




White body with black inner chassis on white stand


Rosita Tonmöbel




Theo Schmitz

Audio gear

Exclusive Rosita chassis G913
Rosita Stereo-tape-deck R795 with Dolby system
Dual turntable 1218
Rosita tuner module
Amplifier 100 Watt Quadro
according to DIN45.500 (Hi-Fi technics; requirements for magnetic tape recording and reproducing systems in reel to reel and cassettes technique)


length 93 cm x depth 36 cm x width 17 cm (stand not included)


Very good, minimal wear, consistent with age and use.

Interesting facts

The Rosita KL2800 includes amonst other audio equipment a stereo cassette player. Lou Ottens, a Dutch engineer working with the major Dutch manufacturer of consumer electronics was credited with inventing the cassette tape. He played also a major role in the development of the first CD. Lou Ottens has died aged 94 (2021) at his home in the village of Duizel in North Brabant.


This item is sold ‘As is’ Collectable Object (Art. 9 Terms and Conditions)

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